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As you note, your premise is flawed. The Knicks did maximize their revenue relative to Jeremy Lin, at least as far as I can tell - not knowing what would've happened had he stayed in New York, anyway …
answered Dec 2 '20 by Joe
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It's unlikely offensive rebound rate would increase by two points all else equal; however, given that, a two point increase in the rate is roughly a standard deviation (probably a bit under). One sta …
answered Dec 23 '15 by Joe
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The NBA has always had inter-conference play, as do most sports leagues other than Major League Baseball. … The NBA was somewhat unique in that schedule, having no preference for division or conference opponents, in fact. …
answered Feb 25 '21 by Joe
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I believe this comes from two things: the greater impact of a few players in the NBA, and the longevity of NBA careers. … An NBA player of the highest talent level can expect to be at the top of his game for between 10 and 20 years. …
answered May 22 '15 by Joe
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Kenyon Martin was drafted first overall in the year 2000, after his senior year of college at the University of Cincinnati. He played all four years, though his first year was not a starting role for …
answered Jan 24 '21 by Joe
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Because the hook shot is not an efficient shot, largely. Hook shots are much more difficult than other "close-in" shots; while they solve the issue of the defender blocking you (somewhat), they are ha …
answered Aug 26 '21 by Joe
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Probably the Spurs in 2016, who went 67-15... finishing 6 games behind the record setting Warriors (73-9). That is tied for 7th all-time by winning percentage for any team.
answered Dec 17 '21 by Joe
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The specific foul that they're calling (and is often called a "reach in" foul) is the defensive player touching the offensive player ("making contact") in a disallowed way. "Re-routing" as referred i …
answered Jan 20 '16 by Joe
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The NBA licenses its jersey sales through NBA Properties, inc., the licensing and marketing branch of the NBA. … The last player that was able to opt out, as far as I can tell, from the NBA agreement was Michael Jordan (in 1992). …
answered Aug 24 '16 by Joe
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Kicking the ball is covered in Rule 10 Section IV of the NBA Rules. That includes also "striking the ball with his fist", ie, punching the ball, by the way. …
answered Aug 31 '15 by Joe
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There's not a perfect answer to this, particularly given NBA advanced stats are a little rougher than some other sports (MLB, NFL), but we are comparing these two possibilities: Three pointer made: 3 … But it gives us two things: Personal fouls aren't considered to have any specific value in NBA advanced statistics - meaning, there's no "penalty" for committing a foul other than the points you on average …
answered Sep 1 '20 by Joe
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It is legal in the NBA CBA to trade a player for cash (see pages 169-173). Larry Coon's excellent site covers this in detail. …
answered Jun 26 '15 by Joe
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I believe this is at least mostly answerable from the rulebook, particularly post-Harden rule. Two clarifications that don't actually answer (but make things more clear, I hope, by eliminating some m …
answered Jul 6 '20 by Joe
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The only time I could find after 2000 was the 2007 Minnesota Timberwolves, Featuring Kevin Garnett, who won three overtime games in a row Jan. 3 through Jan. 7, against San Antonio (Featuring Tim Dunc …
answered Feb 16 '21 by Joe
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Just a little further down in the same rule @posdef quotes, is this one: e. Contact which occurs on the hand of the offensive player, while that hand is in contact with the ball, is legal. This …
answered Oct 22 '14 by Joe

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