SATURDAY LEAGUE SCOREBOARD
We use the NBA EFF formula to create our power ranking of our players per league. To compensate for the small sample of games per season, we modified the formula to complement our league’s structure.
WHAT IS EFFICIENCY?
How do many NBA coaches quickly evaluate a player’s game performance? They check his efficiency. It is used as a tool to calculate the overall value of a player. The composite statistic is derived by using the formula below with our RTE’s variables incorporated in the formula.
NBA EFF-Q = (((PTS×+OREB+DREB+(AST×2)+(STL×2)+(BLK×2)+(DEF×2)+(CHG×2))−((FGA−FGM)+(FTA−FTM)+TO+PF))÷Played)×(Played≥4)
Player A had a better game, right? Not exactly. Player B, who shot 5-8 from the field and committed two turnovers, registered a +20 efficiency total while Player A, who shot 5-22 from the field and committed four turnovers, posted a +11.
To qualify for our final power rankings and leaderboard that determine the All-Stars and MVP Candidates, you must play a minimum of four games.