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## How do they calculate PER?

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. The formula adds positive stats and subtracts negative ones through a statistical point value system.

## How is PER 36 calculated NBA?

The first is per-36 minutes, which is the easiest to calculate, but the most imprecise. In order to calculate per-36 minute stats, **you divide 36 by the number of minutes the player actually played**, then take that number and multiply all of the player’s stats by it.

## What is PER 36 minutes stats?

The common notation for per-minute ratings is using per 36-minute, or per 40-minute stats. … **divided by total minutes played**. For example; if a player gets 24 minutes per game, and his points average per game is 12, he’d score (36*12)/24=18 points if he’d play 36 minutes.

## Why do we use per 100000?

To calculate **death rates**, we divide the number of deaths in each group by its total population, and then multiply the results by 100,000. … This is simply a statistical tradition, which allows our local rates to be compared to other rates around the world.)

## How is stock price calculated?

Start by adding the net proceeds to the costs in order to find the gross (total) proceeds from the stock issuance. Then, **divide the gross proceeds by the number of shares issued** to calculate the issue price per share.

Offensive Win Shares are credited using the following formula: **(marginal offense) / (marginal points per win)**. James gets credit for 424.8 / 30.95 = 13.73 Offensive Win Shares.

## How are game scores calculated?

Sporting Charts explains Game Score (statistic)

The formula for calculating game score is as follows: **(Points x 1.0) + (FGM x 0.4) + (FGA x -0.7) + ((FTA-FTM) x -0.4) + (OREB x 0.7)** + (DREB x 0.3) + (STL x 1.0) + (AST x 0.7) + (BLK x 0.7) + (PF x -0.4) + (TO x -1.0).

## What is basketball usage rate?

Usage rate, a.k.a., usage percentage is **an estimate of the percentage of team plays used by a player while he was on the floor**. Usage Rate Formula. 100*((Player’s Field Goal Attempts)+0.44*(Player’s Free Throw Attempts)+(Player’s Turnovers))*(Team’s Total Minutes)

## How do I calculate an increase in percentage?

**Calculating percentage increase**

- work out the difference between the two numbers being compared.
- divide the increase by the original number and multiply the answer by 100.
- in summary: percentage increase = increase ÷ original number × 100.

## Who has the best PER in NBA history?

NBA/ABA Leaders

Rank | Player | PER |
---|---|---|

1. | Nikola Jokić |
33.91 |

2. | Giannis Antetokounmpo | 32.20 |

3. | Giannis Antetokounmpo | 31.86 |

4. | Wilt Chamberlain* | 31.82 |