Court Side Newspaper is proud to bring you the 2016/2017 season CIS All-Canada Team. We base the selection process only on the advanced statistic of Player Efficiency Rating (PER). This is a one-number measure of a player’s per-minute productivity. It is an overall efficiency statistic that sums up a player’s positive accomplishments, subtracts the negative accomplishments, and returns a per-minute rating of a player’s performance. Until recently only the NBA used this advanced statistic. It has never been used at CIS level.
CONNOR WOOD IS CIS PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Connor Wood, a 190 cm (6’3) guard from Carleton has the highest PER at CIS level with 32.4. Wood averaged 18,4 ppg while connecting on 49,6 % of his 2-point Field Goals and 48,7 % from three-point land. He also averaged 4,5 rpg, 2,5 apg.
CIS All-CANADA STATISTICAL FIRST TEAM
G-Kaza Keane, 185 cm (6’0), Carleton
G- Javon Masters, 183 cm, UNB
G/F- Caleb Agada, 193 cm, Ottawa
F/C- Eddie Ekiyor, 206 cm, Carleton
F/C- Grant Sitton, 206 cm, Victoria
All the above players have a PER of 26 or more.
SHANE OSAYANDE IS THE “KING OF THE BOARDS.”
Shane Osayande (198 cm, Saskatchewan) was a real beast on the glass this season. He grabbed 20,5% of all available rebounds while he was on the floor.
BRETT ROUGHEAD IS THE “BOSS OF THE BLOCKS.”
Brett Roughead (215 cm, Alberta) had a block percentage of 10.3%. While he is on the floor, Roughead swats almost one in every ten opponent field-goal attempts. Runner up is Shane Osayande with 8,1. When it came to defending the rim, Brett Roughead was the man you could count on to get the job done.
DIFFERENT TYPE OF PASSERS
Josiah Meppelink (191 cm, Trinity Western) had an assist percentage of 33,5 which means that while he was on the floor, he assisted 33,5 % of all his teammate field goals. The most unselfish player was Kaza Keane (185 cm, Carleton). His assist ratio was 35.7 (35.7 assists out of every 100 possessions he used).
These are just some of the advanced statistics that we have available. For more, please visit our Game Center.
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