Enhance your basketball team's performance in 3 steps!
Record your game by using a variety of available actions
Analyze your game statistics player by player or make a comparison to the opponent's stats
Depending on your analysis you make decisions on which part of your game you want to improve first and adjust your practice routines accordingly.
Share your statistics with your team, coaches, parents and fans!
Statastic lets you share each game's score, latest events and on-field players live. It's super easy and helps your friends to follow the game automatically.
HOW IT WORKS
You record your team's actions while it is player. During the timeouts or after the game you can analyze the current statistics and team's performance. This gives you the chance to immediately take action yourself: Give tips, rearrange positions, substitute players adapt your next training!
3 - Three points made
~3 - Three point attempt
2 - Regular field goal made
~2 - Regular field goal attempt
1 - Free throw made
~1 - Free throw attempt
ORB - Offensive rebound
DRB - Defensive rebound
AST - Assist
BLK - Block
STL - Steal
TO - Turnover
DDR - Double Dribbling
TRA - Traveling
FOL - Personal foul commited
TEC - Technical foul
USM - Unsportsmanlike foul
FLR - Foul received
A! - Awesome action
EFF - NBA Efficiency Rating is a composite basketball statistic that is derived from basic individual statistics: points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, turnovers and shot attempts. The efficiency stat, in theory, accounts for both a player's offensive contributions (points, assists) and their defensive contributions (steals, blocks), but it is generally thought that efficiency ratings favor offense-oriented players over those who specialize in defense, as defense is difficult to quantify with currently tabulated statistics.
+/- - Plus/Minus Index 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.
PIR - Performance Index Rating is a metric that attempts to give a perspective on a player’s total performance.
The metric is a simple addition and subtraction of positive and negative game factors.
TIM - Time played
PTS - Sum of Points made
3FGA - Number of Three point field goal attempts
3FGM - Number of Three point field goals made
3FG% - Percentage of Three point field goals made
2FGA - Number of Two point field goal attempts
2FGM - Number of Two point field goals made
2FG% - Percentage of Two point field goals made
FGA - Number of Field goal attempts
FGM - Number of Field goals made
FG% - Percentage of Field goals made
FTA - Number of Free throw attempts
FTM - Number of Free throws made
FT% - Percentage of Free throws made
ORB - Number of Offensive Rebounds
DRB - Number of Defensive Rebounds
TReb - Number of Total Rebounds
AST - Number of Assists
BLK - Number of Blocks
TO - Number of Turnover
STL - Number of Steals
FOL - Number of Fouls
A! - Number of Awesome game actions