March 10, 2010

Post All Star Break Team Ratings

Filed under: Uncategorized — wwinston @ 7:47 am

In the three weeks since the all star break here is a summary of how well each NBA team has played.  For example, the Magic have played 10.65 points better than average. The Magic have played 2.38 points better than average on offense and 8.26 points better than average on defense. Note the Nets have really improved and the Knicks are now the league’s worst team. Kudos to the unsung Bucks, who have played great. These numbers are adjusted for strength of schedule.  Makes you think that  a Lakers-Cavs final series is not inevitable!

team rat off def
Orlando Magic 10.6503 2.381671 -8.26863
Utah Jazz 8.534538 5.673864 -2.86067
Phoenix Suns 6.973403 5.906533 -1.06687
Milwaukee Bucks 6.770501 -2.64105 -9.41155
Cleveland Cavaliers 6.498408 5.683036 -0.81537
Denver Nuggets 5.865543 9.346381 3.480838
Dallas Mavericks 5.587516 3.740591 -1.84693
Portland Trail Blazers 3.872738 -3.21054 -7.08327
Atlanta Hawks 3.719502 1.407598 -2.3119
San Antonio Spurs 2.893506 -1.85892 -4.75243
Los Angeles Lakers 2.393355 -0.93158 -3.32494
Boston Celtics 2.210877 -3.47062 -5.6815
Oklahoma City Thunder 1.253714 2.15831 0.904596
Charlotte Bobcats 1.026796 -7.07207 -8.09887
Miami Heat 0.823129 -6.51539 -7.33852
Houston Rockets 0.603989 4.417139 3.81315
Memphis Grizzlies -1.30881 -0.12277 1.186037
New Orleans Hornets -1.73608 0.955302 2.691385
Chicago Bulls -2.00675 4.21517 6.221923
Indiana Pacers -2.70551 1.201415 3.906922
Golden State Warriors -2.94401 7.159773 10.10378
Detroit Pistons -2.96042 -2.95703 0.003389
New Jersey Nets -4.12119 -4.29861 -0.17742
Washington Wizards -4.81088 -6.99989 -2.18901
Sacramento Kings -6.05672 -7.00022 -0.9435
Los Angeles Clippers -7.76527 -2.70256 5.062709
Toronto Raptors -7.77774 0.595046 8.372786
Philadelphia 76ers -7.80783 -3.4387 4.369131
Minnesota Timberwolves -8.51557 -2.29555 6.220011
New York Knickerbockers -9.16104 0.673688 9.834725

By the way here are the ratings based on the entire season.

team rat off def
Cleveland Cavaliers 6.890813 2.655367 -4.23545
Orlando Magic 6.392323 1.974841 -4.41748
Utah Jazz 6.229256 3.812548 -2.41671
Los Angeles Lakers 5.923267 2.042491 -3.88078
Denver Nuggets 4.911445 7.274634 2.363189
San Antonio Spurs 4.104837 0.203764 -3.90107
Atlanta Hawks 3.95019 1.475472 -2.47472
Phoenix Suns 3.585063 9.106114 5.521051
Boston Celtics 3.502954 -2.13078 -5.63373
Oklahoma City Thunder 3.468842 -0.6062 -4.07504
Dallas Mavericks 2.699547 1.597587 -1.10196
Portland Trail Blazers 2.68712 -2.24068 -4.9278
Milwaukee Bucks 1.794867 -2.05389 -3.84876
Miami Heat 1.389825 -4.16243 -5.55226
Charlotte Bobcats 1.169847 -5.05737 -6.22721
Houston Rockets 0.338153 0.989018 0.650865
Memphis Grizzlies -0.74185 1.539117 2.280968
Toronto Raptors -1.46119 4.703916 6.165102
New Orleans Hornets -1.55549 -0.10483 1.450654
Chicago Bulls -1.89855 -1.78745 0.111107
Philadelphia 76ers -3.36791 -2.60134 0.766574
Golden State Warriors -3.39594 7.576899 10.97284
Sacramento Kings -4.04191 -0.34554 3.696374
New York Knickerbockers -4.63478 1.702795 6.337579
Washington Wizards -4.72684 -3.20742 1.519428
Indiana Pacers -4.85179 -0.12825 4.723536
Detroit Pistons -5.0039 -7.11889 -2.11499
Los Angeles Clippers -5.54965 -4.76218 0.78747
Minnesota Timberwolves -8.21322 -1.53784 6.67538
New Jersey Nets -9.59532 -8.80949 0.785828

3 Comments »

  1. Ouch. Brutal for the Raptors. See any signs of hope Wayne?

    Comment by John Thomas — March 10, 2010 @ 8:34 am

  2. I think Bosh injury has hurt. Weems and Rasho have killed them. They shold play Bellinelli and Amir more minutes, if possible. They have both been great.

    Comment by wwinston — March 10, 2010 @ 9:24 am

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