Net Points, etc. (Ohio State) |

Net Points, etc. (Ohio State)


Bored Historian
Aug 26, 2011
I will again be doing a report after each game this season and a summary report at the end of the non-conference season, the ACC season and the post season.

Net Points
(points + rebounds + assists + steals + blocks minus missed field goals and free throws, turnovers and personal fouls) Season net points and average per 40 minutes is in parenthesis.

Tyus Battle 15NP in 40 minutes
Oshae Brissett 13NP in 25 minutes
Elijah Hughes 10NP in 40 minutes
Jalen Carey 6NP in 15 minutes
Marek Dolezaj 5NP in 26 minutes
Paschal Chukwu 2NP in 18 minutes
Frank Howard 0NP in 24 minutes
Bourama Sidibe -2NP in 12 minutes

DNP coach’s decision
Buddy Boeheim
Robert Braswell
Howard Washington



Offensive Dude of the Game, (O-Dog)
(Points plus assists)
Tyus Battle 20 points + 2 assists = 22

Shooting Efficiency
(Points minus field goal and free throw attempts)
Tyus Battle 20 points -4 mfg and 1 mft = 15

Scoring Efficiency
(Percentage of points scored divided by points they would have scored if they made every shot- minimum 10 possible points)
Marek Dolezaj 8 of 10 possible points = 80.0%

Sat Us Down
(Who scored the first SU basket of each half)

1st Half- Oshae Brissett trey 2:33 in
2nd Half- Oshae Brissett lay-up 10 seconds in

(Who scored the point that got us to 70, which gets you free tacos with your ticket stub)
Jalen Carey free throw 6:04 left.

My Man
(Who played the most minutes?)
Tyus Battle and Elijah Hughes 40 minutes



(Add each team’s offensive rebounds to their opponent’s defensive rebounds. Then figure the offensive rebounds as a percentage of that)
We rebounded 5 of our 25 misses = 20.0%
They rebounded 11 of their 35 misses = 31.4%

Effective Offensive Rebounding
(Divide second chance points by the offensive rebounds)
We got 8 points on 5 O-Rebs = 1.600 points/O-reb
They got 3 points on 11 O-Rebs = 0.273 points/O-reb

Unforced Turnovers
(Total turnovers – the other team’s steals = unforced turnovers)
We had 13 turnovers – 5 steals = 8 unforced
They had 11 turnovers – 1 steals = 10 unforced

Points per Takeaway
(Points off turnovers divided by the number of turnovers the other team had)
We had 11 points from 11 takeaways = 1.000 points/takeaway
They had 17 points from 13 takeaways = 1.308 points/takeaway

Unsettled Situations
(Effective offensive rebounding + Points per Takeaway: [Second Chance Point + Points off Turnovers] divided by [Offensive Rebounds + Opposition Turnovers)
We had 19 points in 16 unsettled situations = 1.188 points
They had 20 points in 24 unsettled situations = 0.833 points

Manufactured Possessions
(One teams rebounds + the other team’s turnovers)
We had 29 + 11 = 40
They had 31 + 13 = 44


(Shots made and attempted and the percentage for two point goal attempts, three point attempts and free throws)
We were 11 for 21 on twos, (52.4%), 11 for 24 on threes (45.8%) and 17 for 19 on frees (89.5%)
They were 9 for 24 on twos, (37.5%), 6 for 22 on threes (27.3%) and 26 for 35 on frees (74.3%)

(PIP= points in the paint, POP = points outside the paint, which is total points – PIP –free throws made, TREY: points from three point shots, TZ= Twilight Zone, which is POP – TREY, two point jumpers from outside the paint, FBP = fast break points POTO= points off turnovers)
We had 18 PIP, 37 POP, 33 TREY, 4 TZ, 11 POTO, 7 FBP
They had 14 PIP, 20 POP, 18 TREY, 2 TZ, 17 POTO, 2 FBP

Fast Break Percentage
(FBP/(defensive rebounds + blocks + steals)
We scored 7 FBP in 28 opportunities (25.0%)
They scored 2 FBP in 26 opportunities (7.7%)

First Chance/Second Chance
(FCP is First Chance Points, which is total points - second chance points – fast break points – free throws made. SCP is second chance points.)
We had 40 FCP and 8 SCP
They had 31 FCP and 3 SCP

Last Possessions
(Points scored on the last full possession of a half, a game or an overtime period.)
We scored 5 points
They scored 1 points

(Total points – bench points = starters points)
Our starters scored 60 points and our bench scored 12 points
Their starters scored 53 points and their bench scored 9 points

(The percentage of a team’s baskets that were assisted)
We assisted 13 of our 22 field goals = 59.9%
They assisted 12 of their 15 field goals = 80.0%

Team Offensive Possession Efficiency
(Possessions: Field goals attempted - offensive rebounds + turnovers + 47.5% of free throws attempted. Efficiency is total points divided by possessions)
We scored 72 points in 62 possessions = 1.161 points/ possession
They scored 62 points in 63 possessions = 0.984 points/possession
It was a 125 possession game.

Team Shooting Efficiency

(Points minus missed field goals and free throws)

We scored 72 points, missed 23 field goals and 2 missed free throws = net 47
They scored 62 points, missed 31 field goals and 9 missed free throws = net 22

(Points scored divided by potential points scored if we’d made every shot)

We scored 72 on 21 two point attempts, 24 three point attempts and 19 free throw attempts = 77 of a possible 133 points = 54.1% of possible points scored.
They scored 62 on 24 two point attempts, 22 three point attempts and 35 free throw attempts = 56 of a possible 149 points = 41.6% of possible points scored.

Breakdown by Quarters
(Points scored between the beginning of the game and the 10 minute mark of the first half, then halftime, then the 10 minute mark of the second half, the end of regulation and then overtime of there was one)

12-16, 17-15, 23-19, 20-17


(Two point shots and free throws attempted per times fouled.)
We attempted 21 two point shots, attempted 19 free throws and were fouled 17 times = 1.24; 1.12
They attempted 24 two point shots, attempted 35 free throws and were fouled 28 times = 0.86; 1.25;
They were more likely to get calls when attempting two point shots and got more free throws out of it when they were fouled.


- I’m amazed that we had only one steal in this game. That’s usually a big part of both our defense and our offense. And yet we won decisively.

- JB talks about “making shots” all the time and people get impatient with him for doing it. We won this game by shooting 52% inside the arc, 46% outside of it and almost 90% from the line while the Buckeyes shot 37.5%/27%/74%. Put the ball in the basket!

- Fouls are an opinion and we were more likely to get called for one than the home team. Assists are an opinion, too. Normally the team that was shooting best from the outside will have the highest assist percentage because, (counter-intuitively), more assists are granted on jump-shots than lay-ups or dunks. But in this game we had 37POP to their 20 yet only 59% of our shots were marked as ‘assisted’ while 80% of theirs were. The home team traditionally provides the scorers.

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