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Every player is listed for both teams (with the starters listed first) and their statistics in each category next to their name. MIN = Minutes. FGM = Field-goals made. FGA = Field-goals attempted. FG% = Field goal percentage. 3PM = 3-pointers made. 3PA = 3-pointers attempted. 3P% = 3-point percentage. FTM = Free throws made.
There are nine statistical categories in basketball that you can use to gauge how well your favorite team or player performs on the court. 1. Assist: An assist occurs when a pass leads directly to a teammate's scored basket.
NBA all-time stats leaders Points. K. Abdul-Jabbar 38,387. LeBron James* 37,062. Karl Malone. 36,928. Kobe Bryant. 33,643. ... Rebounds. W. Chamberlain 23,924. Bill Russell. 21,620. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. 17,440. Elvin Hayes. 16,279. ... Assists. John Stockton 15,806. Jason Kidd. 12,091. Chris Paul* 10,977. Steve Nash. 10,335. Mark Jackson.
You record team points through the Running Score section. When a player scores, you just put a slash mark in the corresponding box to keep track of teams' total points. As soon as a quarter ends, you will put the teams' total points in the Quarter Score section.
Plus/Minus (PM): The PM stat is "Plus/Minus", and reflects how the team did while that player is on the court. If a player has a +5 PM, it means his team outscored the opponent by 5 points while he was on the court. If he has a -3, then the opposing team outscored his team by 3 points while he was on the court.
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Every player is listed for both teams (with the starters listed first) and their statistics in each category next to their name. MIN = Minutes. FGM = Field-goals made. FGA = Field-goals attempted. FG% = Field goal percentage. 3PM = 3-pointers made. 3PA = 3-pointers attempted. 3P% = 3-point percentage. FTM = Free throws made.
#1 - Easy Stats for Basketball Includes all the main categories (points, rebounds, assists, etc), and then after the game you're able to share the box score via Email, Facebook, Twitter or a simple link.
Keeping track of individual player statistics using a basketball stat sheet can assist coaches, parents, and players in several different ways: Determining where the team needs to improve. Figuring out which players contribute the most on the court. Understanding a player's strengths and weaknesses.
PTS: points. FGM, FGA, FG%: field goals made, attempted and percentage. FTM, FTA, FT%: free throws made, attempted and percentage. 3FGM, 3FGA, 3FG%: three-point field goals made, attempted and percentage.
When it comes to basic stats, the average player this season is: scoring 10.2 points per game, just like Dario Saric. grabbing 4.1 rebounds per game, just like Danny Green. dishing out 2.0 assists per game, just like Eric Gordon.

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