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We have tons of information on all major international basketball leagues in the world. With historical overviews, standings, schedules, results, stats, players, and more. See the example below.
Schedules, results, and box scores
We also have an international basketball calendar with all the world’s scheduled games. From the past, future, and present. With live basketball results, and box scores.
Another popular feature is our daily list of international basketball transfers where we keep track of which player signs where.
Advanced search tools
Then, there is our player search tool. This is the most unique feature of our basketball database. It lets you search, filter, rank, and compare any player in the world. On any criteria! It is the perfect way to scout basketball players and teams. Let our video tutorial walk you through the many features. See below.
Of course, we also have a search tool that allows you to search, filter, rank, and compare teams as well.
If you want more information on a specific player then you can find that on his player profile. Personal data, awards, stats, splits, analytics, comparison tool, career overview, career highs, current agent, and more. Our basketball player profile video tutorial shows you all the features.
Teams have their own pages as well. With a historical overview, game log, results, stats, analytics, team roster, comparison tool, key facts, and more.
Basketball analytics and big data
Big data and analytics have entered the world of sports and have taken it by storm. When Leicester City stunned the world by winning the Premier League football championship in 2016 they did so with the help of data analytics. In the world of basketball, the Golden State Warriors have built their franchise around advanced basketball stats. Therefore, it is clear that numbers have an important story to tell, but they rely on you to give them a voice. Players, teams, basketball scouts, agents, media, and fans will all be impacted by this new trend. Basketball statistics have gone through the following evolution:
- Statistics based on average per game
- Statistics based on average per 40 (or 48) minutes
- Statistics based on possessions
Advanced basketball stats (and analytics) focus on the third stage of the evaluation; statistics based on possessions.
This methodology allows for an objective analysis of teams and players. Some teams play up-tempo and run at every opportunity. Others like to milk the clock and “walk it up”. This influences the numbers of possessions and the opportunities to score, rebound, and compile other statistics. Assessing teams on a per-possession basis provides leveled criteria to compare teams and players. For example, on offense, the advanced statistics look at how much a team would score per 100 possessions. Conversely, on defense, it looks at how many points a team would allow its opponents to score per 100 possessions. These statistics are respectively referred to as an offensive and defensive rating.
Examples of advanced stats
What was the best offensive team during the 2014/2015 Euroleague season? Well, if you look at traditional or basic stats, then CSKA Moscow averaged the most points per game. They also played at the highest pace (more possessions and more shot attempts). But when applying advanced basketball stats, you will see that Real Madrid really was the most effective offensive team because they scored the most points per possession.
If we go back further in history, most people will agree that Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain were among the best rebounders of all time. However, back in those days, NBA teams played at an incredibly fast pace. Teams sometimes averaged 120 points per game. Secondly, field-goal percentages were relatively low, so there were plenty of opportunities to get rebounds. Russell and Chamberlain were the best rebounders of their era, but according to the advanced basketball statistics, the best rebounder of all time is Dennis Rodman. Why? Rodman was truly dominant at crashing the boards. During the 1994/1995 season, Rodman grabbed an astounding 29.7 % of all rebounds available while he was on the floor. Russell grabbed 22.9 % during the 1956/1957 season and Chamberlain only 20.9 % in his best season (1968/1969).
Here is how our database can help
Here is how our basketball database can help you scout basketball players and teams and how it can also be a factor in your basketball recruiting.
Coaches can use our site for game preparation, analysis, and scouting. While GM’s can use it as a basketball search engine to find available players (free agents) or “PER” leaders at any given time. They can also compare multiple players head to head.
Players finally have a standardized player profile that matches the needs and criteria of the professional basketball world. They can highlight their advanced stats and basketball metrics to boost their market value and improve their skill level. Players can also find information about agents and teams on our site.
There are thousands of professional teams on this planet. Do they all know which players you represent? Our site can help with this. Also, our advanced stats splits, and player comparison tool, helps you highlight the strengths of your current clients and boost their market value. Moreover, you can keep track of your player’s performance wherever he plays on this planet.
The days are gone when it was enough for the media to simply write a game recap. Readers want to know more. They want data, facts, trivia, background stories, and thorough basketball research. Our basketball database offers all that and more. It is the ultimate basketball reference and basketball research tool.
Fans can use our advanced search features for endless data mining and finding interesting facts about basketball. They can keep track of their favorite team or player anywhere in the world and explore the hidden numbers behind basketball analytics and advanced stats.
“Without big data analytics, we are blind and deaf, wandering out onto the web like deer on a freeway.” – Geoffrey Moore, author, and consultant.
All basketball data in one place
Our basketball database is also a basketball search engine and basketball research tool at the same time. Most noteworthy is the fact that we have key facts on leagues and teams and also advanced stats for players. Not only for the running season but from past seasons too.
We have special features for basketball analytics. For some time, advanced basketball stats have been used by NBA teams for “smarter” forecasting and better recruiting. The process can be complicated and expensive, often out of reach for most fans, players, and clubs. But we are changing that. We provide advanced basketball stats for every player, team, league, and level in the world.
We have written several in-depth articles about basketball metrics. One of the most popular articles is “basketball stats; analytics or video?” We also have articles on the best and worst NCAA Division 3 basketball teams and various All-Season teams based on basketball data analysis and PER leaders.