Introducing the Sports Aptitude Plus/Minus system, and analyzing what we can learn from a huge data set of NBA players regarding the outcomes and development of those with the most desirable personality traits.
The unique psychological makeup that allowed Draymond Green to rise up from undersized second round pick to arguably the best defensive player in the NBA and a key component of championship contending Golden State.
Over the coming season, we'll be using personality profiles of 123 rookie-scale players drafted the past four years to help explore the role that situation plays into an athlete's development, and their likelihood of developing into a bust or steal in the NBA. We explore the methodology behind that in the following piece.
The conclusion of the NBA Draft Combine marks the beginning of six week sprint to the draft itself. Over the past week, two important topics were outlined that help to illustrate just how pressure-filled this sprint can be for NBA teams. With the lottery coming up tonight, this is the perfect time to continue to conversation on this topic.
Continuing our series of articles filling out our database with scouting reports of every single NBA player, we look at the first three teams in the Southwestern division, the Dallas Mavericks, Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies.
Continuing our series of articles filling out our database with scouting reports of every single NBA player are the last two teams in the Southeastern division, the Orlando Magic and Washington Wizards.