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Basketbakk Team Rebounds: eBA Concept, Stats and the NBA Statistician's Rules


Basketbakk Team Rebounds: eBA Concept & Stats and the NBA Statistician's Rules:

by Prof. Roberto Azar - December 7, 2017


In each situation a shot is taken and missed and possession may or may not change, but the rebound cannot be credited to an individual so it counts as a 'team rebound' for whichever team is awarded the ball.

A team rebound is awarded to the opponent team to the player who attempted the shot if, before the buzzer sounded, no player had gained control of the rebound.

A team rebound is awarded to the team to which the ball is awarded out of bounds or at the free throw line as a result of a missed field goal attempt or a final free throw attempt.






This includes circumstances when:

- the ball goes out of bounds without any player having secured possession;
- a final free attempt from a serial misses the rim;
- the shooter commits a free throw violation in a a final free attempt from a serial;
- a loose ball foul is called immediately following a missed field goal attempt or final free throw attempt;
- a last technical foul shot missed.

A team rebound is awarded to a team that first gains possession following a jump ball when such a jump ball immediately follows a missed field goal attempt or a final free throw attempt, before any player is credited with an individual rebound.

A team rebound is awarded following a missed shot ( either field goal or last free throw ) when a live ball becomes dead due to the expiration of a period. A team rebound is credited to the opponent team to the player who attempted that shot.

Following the NBA statistician's rules:

• A team rebound is credited to the team entitled to the ball for a throw-in if the ball has gone out of bounds after a missed goal but before there was player control.

However, this does not include cases in which the ball is out of bounds because it passes over the backboard or touches the supports or back of the backboard, the ceiling or overhead equipment or supports, unless the ball was touched by a player after the missed goal but before the ball was out of bounds.

• A dead-ball rebound is credited whenever the ball is dead after a missed goal but before it meets the conditions for an individual or team rebound.
It is credited as follows:

1.- To the team entitled to the ball for a throw-in or a free throw.

2.- To the team that shot the ball if the ball becomes dead due to the expiration of time or if the ball was shot after the expiration of time.

3.- To the team into whose basket a defensive player tips a missed shot.

4.- To the team into whose basket an offensive player deflects a missed shot without intent.

5.- To the team that gains possession according to the alternate possession rule after a missed free throw awarded for a technical foul. (See Rule 8-4.5)

As a general rule, NBA offenses rebound 32 percent of their misses. But this number is not homogeneous league-wide; it depends on the team, the shooter, and many other variables — especially team priorities. The Celtics, who famously prioritize transition defense over offensive rebounding, only rebound 23 percent of their misses, while the high-flying and physical Denver Nuggets capture 42 percent of their missed shots. The Lakers prioritize offensive rebounds, and given their personnel that makes a lot of sense for them. In this Image by Kirk Goldsberry from GrantLand.com presented by eBA Stats Basketball Statistics Analysis .
Image: by Kirk Goldsberry from GrantLand.com


As a general rule, NBA offenses rebound 32 percent of their misses. But this number is not homogeneous league-wide; it depends on the team, the shooter, and many other variables — especially team priorities. The Celtics, who famously prioritize transition defense over offensive rebounding, only rebound 23 percent of their misses, while the high-flying and physical Denver Nuggets capture 42 percent of their missed shots. The Lakers prioritize offensive rebounds, and given their personnel that makes a lot of sense for them.



About the differences between the The eBA Basketball System and the NBA statistician's rules, for example, were developed in the still concluded The eBA Clinics ONLINE, and we'll discuss them in a next message in the eBA Basketball Statistics Forums.

Finally, there is a distinction between team and dead-ball rebounds.

There can be no team rebound unless the ball has gone out of bounds without a player first earning an individual rebound.

If the ball becomes dead before it meets the requirement for either an individual or a team rebound, then a dead-ball rebound is credited.

¿ Why keep dead-ball rebounds ? Because team rebounds reflect team rebounding ability, while dead-ball rebounds do not.
In season rankings, individual and team rebounds are included, but dead-ball rebounds are not, with the exception of our The eBA Basketball System, which keeps a complete log of the dead-balls rebounds per team, player, area, time played, etc., in the same way as with all the rebounds.

Analysis of game statistics indicates that each—team and dead-ball rebounds—accounts for about five percent of a team’s rebounds.
Therefore, if dead-ball rebounds are counted as team rebounds, it could affect the league and season rankings.

The The eBA Basketball System, for all those reasons, presents the dead-ball rebounds in a separate report.





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