Records Exluding Teams at .333 or worse at ASB

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Jeff Fogle
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Records Exluding Teams at .333 or worse at ASB

Post by Jeff Fogle » Sat Feb 25, 2012 5:30 pm

Updating the numbers from mini-discussions that have popped up in a few threads. These are W-L records at the ASB excluding games against the seven poor teams who are currently at .333 or worse for the season. Helps adjust for schedule imbalances that may have caused a few misreads this year on various media topics.

RECORDS OF .550 OR BETTER VS. TEAMS BETTER THAN .333
Oklahoma City 22-5......(.815) (7 games vs. bad teams)
Miami 19-7..................(.731) (8 games vs. bad teams)
Chicago 15-7...............(.682) (13 games vs. bad teams)
San Antonio 19-9.........(.679) (6 games vs. bad teams)
LA Clippers 16-11.........(.593) (5 games vs. bad teams)
LA Lakers 18-13...........(.581) (3 games vs. bad teams)
Orlando 14-11.............(.560) (10 games vs. bad teams)
Dallas 16-13...............(.551) (5 games vs. bad teams)

EASTERN CONTENDERS
Miami 19-7
Chicago 15-7
Orlando 14-11
Indiana 11-10
Philadelphia 10-13
Atlanta 10-14
Boston 7-13
New York 7-14 (better lately)

WESTERN CONTENDERS
Oklahoma City 22-5
San Antonio 19-9
LA Clippers 16-11
LA Lakers 18-13
Dallas 16-13
Houston 14-14
Memphis 13-15
Portland 12-13
Denver 12-16 (slumping lately)
Utah 11-15
Minnesota 10-16

Did all this by hand, so please let me know if you see any errors...

Crow
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Re: Records Exluding Teams at .333 or worse at ASB

Post by Crow » Sat Feb 25, 2012 6:39 pm

Lakers might be better than they look on simple win % or even SRS. Chicago and Orlando probably look a bit better than they really are considering this scheduling discrepancy compared to average.

Lakers should make one or more deals. Not sure if they want to or are set up to do so well right now.

I doubt Orlando gets anything of much value out of this probable last season with Dwight whether they keep him for one last playoff run or not.

mtamada
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Re: Records Exluding Teams at .333 or worse at ASB

Post by mtamada » Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:36 pm

Crow wrote:Lakers might be better than they look on simple win % or even SRS.
And on the downside of things, even though it was clear the Celtics had some things to sort out, these stats are even more alarming.

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