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After Week 1 of the 2020 NFL season, a web site says that the 49ers have a 25% red zone TD scoring percentage. I looked at the play-by-play of their Week 1 game against the Cardinals, and they had the following trips inside the Cardinals' 19-yard line: 1st and goal at the Cardinals' 10-yard line, which ended with a failed 4th down attempt. 1st and 10 at the ...


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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 points 2 pointer made, and-one opportunity: 2 points, and one FTA, and one personal foul Fouls in the NBA's PER (Player Efficiency Rating) are rated as such: -...


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Taking out of the equation, the likeliness that either field goal will be scored, the 3-point shot is more advantageous. In sports, you always prefer to keep what is given. The 3-point shot leaves no points up to chance. With the and-1, you are further gambling to gain the extra point. An average of 75% odds that the extra point will be scored is not a ...


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It doesn't. The scored run is considered unearned. A news article on MLB's own website describes the effect on scoring: For purposes of calculating earned runs, the runner who begins an inning on second base pursuant to this rule shall be deemed to be a runner who has reached second base because of a fielding error, but no error shall be charged to the ...


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