Notation

Diagram “4 factors”

  • eFG% – The shooting factor is measured using Effective Field Goal Percentage (eFG%). The formula for both offense and defense is (FG + 0.5 * 3P) / FGA.
  • TO% – The turnover factor is measured using Turnover Percentage (TOV%). The formula for both offense and defense is TOV / (FGA + 0.44 * FTA + TOV).
  • OR% – The rebounding factor is measured using Offensive and Defensive Rebound Percentage (ORB% and DRB%, respectively). The formula for offense is ORB / (ORB + Opp DRB), while the formula for defense is DRB / (Opp ORB + DRB).
  • FTR% – The free throw factor is a measure of both how often a team gets to the line and how often they make them. The formula for both offense and defense is FT / FGA.
  • %win = eFG%+TO%+OR%+FTR%

Diagram “SCORE”

  • predict – score of forecast
  • bio – score of biorhythms
  • score – score with face-to-face meetings

Diagram “Teams”

  • pwr – team strength
  • av.pts – average points
  • av.fic – average FIC
  • age – average age of the team

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Diagram “Bench”

  • bench pts – average points scored by reserve players
  • bench fic – average fic scored by reserve players

Diagram “Start”

  • start pts – average points scored by starting players
  • start fic – average fic scored by starting players

FGM – Field Goals Made
FGA – Field Goals Attempts
FG% – Field Goal Percentage
3PM – Three-Point Field Goals Made
3PA – Three-Point Field Goals Attempted
3P% – Three-Point Field Goal Percentage
FTM – Free Throws Made
FTA – Free Throws Attempted
FT% – Free Throw Percentage
TOV – Turnovers
PF – Fouls
ORB – Offensive Rebounds
DRB – Defensive Rebounds
RPG – Total Rebounds
APG – Assists
SPG – Steals
BPG – Blocks
PPG – Points
FICFloor Impact Counter

Quarter

  • hom qtr %winpercentage of wins in a certain quarter on the home site
  • away qtr %winpercentage of wins in a certain quarter away
  • glbl qtr %wintotal percentage of wins in a certain quarter
  • max pts/qrtmaximum points scored in quarters
  • min pts/qrtminimum points scored in quarters
  • av. pts/qrtaverage points scored in quarters
  • % sc/qtrpercentage of total account
  • max opp pts/qrtmaximum skipped in quarters
  • min opp pts/qrtminimum skipped in quarters
  • av.opp pts/qrtaverage skipped in quarters
  • %opp sc/qtrpercentage of total account opponent

Condition -biorhythm is an attempt to predict various aspects of a person’s life through simple mathematical cycles. The theory was developed by Wilhelm Fliess in the late 19th century, and was popularized in the United States in late 1970s.