Algo ayudará... pero no creo que precisamente la diferencia venga por ahí. Las posesiones tras rebote ofensivo eran antes mucho más cortas que los ataques al uso. Y con toda la lógica del mundo, porque ya empiezas cerca del aro rival.atta escribió:El reloj no vuelve a 24 tras rebote ofensivo.
Through 39 games, teams are averaging 113.3 points per game, what would be the highest mark in the last 49 years (since they averaged 116.7 in the 1969-70 season). Ten different teams have scored at least 125 points in a night, and there hasn't been a single overtime game this season.
Pace has been a factor. Through 39 games, the league has averaged 103.4 possessions (per team) per 48 minutes, up from 98.1 last season. That's a huge jump, but not as huge if you look at where we were at this point last year. Through six days (40 games) last season, the league was averaging 101.3 possessions (per team) per 48 minutes, and that mark dropped as the year went on.
But efficiency has also been a part of the high scoring. The league has averaged 107.7 points scored per 100 possessions, up from 105 at this point last season. Effective field goal percentage is up, free throw rate is up, and turnovers are down. And though the pace may slow down in the coming weeks and months, efficiency typically goes up as the season goes on. So we may be in for a historically good offensive season.