Last week, I published a piece here that explored some NBA tracking data for LeBron James passes that led to Laker three-point attempts last season. You can find that dataset here.

Now that we’ve explored the data and some insights from simple manipulation of the data, what if we wanted to predict how likely a shot was to go in? After all, as we saw with Kuzma, he shot 60% on corner threes, which is just not sustainable. …

Ben Howell

Sophomore studying Sport Management and Economics at the University of Texas. Writing about Baseball from an analytical and scouting perspective

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