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We’re going to start this season learning about points per possession (PPP). PPP explains how efficiently a player or team uses their time with the basketball to score points. The greater the PPP, the greater efficiency a player or team has at scoring points during their possession of the basketball.

## What is a good PPP in basketball?

Anything above a 1.0 is good. Anything below it? It needs some work. Isolating by shot type, free throws are usually going to be your highest points per possession total, hovering somewhere near 1.3.

## What do the abbreviations in basketball stats mean?

GM, GP; GS: games played; games started. 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.

## What is FP in NBA?

Fantasy Points Per Minute is a terrific way to measure production in NBA DFS.

## What does PA and PD mean in basketball?

In your league standings, you’ll notice that there are columns for Points For (PF) and Points Against (PA).

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## How do you calculate PPP in basketball?

Answer: Points per Possession is Points / Possessions. Points per 100 Possessions is (Points scored * 100) / Possessions. is the formula for accurately measuring the total number of possessions.

## How many possible points can a player score on any given possession?

Players can score 1, 2, 3 (or even 4 points) during a possession. Players score 3 points for any basket made beyond the 3 point line, in bounds.

## What does t/o mean in basketball?

– AST = Total Assists By Team. – AST/TO = Assist to Turnover Ratio By Team. – TOV% = Turnover Percentage By Team.

Total Rebounds (RB, TOT) Total number of rebounds from both offense and defense. Formula: Offensive Rebounds + Defensive Rebounds.

## What is 3PM NBA?

Abbrev. Statistic
2P% 2-Point Field Goal Percentage
3FREQ 3-Point Frequency
A/TO Assist/Turnover Ratio

TD3. Three Quarter Sprint (seconds)

## What is PF and PA?

On the standings board, it stands for Points For (the total points the team has scored this season) and Points Against (the total number of points scored against the team this season.

## What is PT diff?

Point Differential is the numerical gap between points scored and points allowed. Wins in close games tend not to reflect a team’s true skill. Teams that start the season with a better record than their point differential tend to slow down and vice versa.

## What does PS and PA mean in basketball?

Pt: Points per game. Ps: Position.

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