Defensive Charting: Kansas vs. Missouri, 02/04/2012
|Charted By:||David Hess|
Charting-Related Team Defensive Stats
Kansas Individual Defensive Stats
Missouri Individual Defensive Stats
|Michael Dixon Jr.||32||3.5||6.5||12.0||54.2%||1||3||2||7.4||7.2||50.5%||14.7||26.6%||103.8|
These tables show individual defensive stats that were compiled via game film review by the volunteer listed below. If you'd like to volunteer to chart a game, please email us.
For the most part, these stats are similar to those seen in a normal box score, except they are from the defender's point of view. For example, DFTM stands for Defensive Free Throws Made and indicates how many made free throws resulted from fouls by that individual player.
The rest are calculated based on formulas created by Dean Oliver, and published in Basketball On Paper. In brief... Stops and Scores are the number of opponent possessions a player ended in a good (Stops) or bad (Scores) way. DPoss = Defensive Possessions, calculated as Stops+Scores. Stop% = Stops/DPoss (50% is about average). %DPoss = an estimate of how involved in the offense this player's man was (average is 20%). DRtg = Defensive Rating, which takes into account both Stop%, and how involved the player was on the defensive end.