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What is PER in basketball stats?

What is PER in basketball stats?

The Player Efficiency Rating (PER) is a per-minute rating developed by columnist John Hollinger. In John’s words, “The PER sums up all a player’s positive accomplishments, subtracts the negative accomplishments, and returns a per-minute rating of a player’s performance.”

What is a good PER rating in NBA?

A league-average PER is always 15.00, which permits comparisons of player performance across seasons. PER takes into account accomplishments, such as field goals, free throws, 3-pointers, assists, rebounds, blocks and steals, and negative results, such as missed shots, turnovers and personal fouls.

How do you calculate PER?

Plug in the player’s values in each category to run the calculation. In simpler terms, PER scores include basic statistics like field goals made, steals, three-pointers made, and then subtract things like free throws missed, turnovers, and fouls.

Who is the most efficient NBA player?

Michael Jordan

Rank Player PER
1. Michael Jordan* 27.91
2. LeBron James 27.39
3. Anthony Davis 27.10
4. Shaquille O’Neal* 26.43

Who has the highest usage rate in the NBA 2020?

Luka Doncic
Luka Doncic had the highest usage percentage in 2020-21, at 35.9 percent.

What is a good true shooting percentage?

What’s considered a good TS%? A 50.0 TS% used to be considered the average. But thanks to analytics’ positive effect on NBA shot selection, TS% keeps climbing. For the 2020-21 season, the league average TS% as of this writing: 56.8%.

What is the best PER ever?

Michael Jordan has the highest career PER, with a 27.9 rating.

Who has the best true shooting percentage?

Rudy Gobert has the best career true shooting percentage, at 66.2 percent.

What was Kobe Bryant free throw percentage?

Kobe Bryant had a free-throw percentage of 83.7 in his career.

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