Ian HarkinModeratorSeptember 7, 2020 at 4:01 pmPost count: 4686
New data! Player metrics from the first 10 rounds of @SuperNetball. Includes absolute totals as well as per 15 (i.e. number per 15 minutes played). Who's putting up big numbers for circle feeds, assists, gains, deflections + more – click to find out: https://t.co/PpDU1YU1XG pic.twitter.com/DHtOEJ7vMa
— Aaron Fox (@aaron_s_fox) September 7, 2020SuzieParticipantSeptember 7, 2020 at 7:15 pmPost count: 2JinxiboParticipantSeptember 8, 2020 at 4:08 amPost count: 343
Has anyone read beyond page 5?Ian HarkinModeratorSeptember 8, 2020 at 4:48 pmPost count: 4686
Interested in how @SuperNetball teams are using the new rolling sub rule and what positions they are substituting onto the court? Here is a visual of the total number of rolling subs, by team and position, for the season to date. pic.twitter.com/u7ZrBbR7qk
— Alice Sweeting (@alicesweeting) September 8, 2020schmeetleParticipantSeptember 8, 2020 at 5:03 pmPost count: 25
That rolling sub analysis isn’t quite right? I’m sure party has been on the bench so the WD position at the Giants should be showing some metric?
Also – has Geva played every minute of every game?Ian HarkinModeratorSeptember 9, 2020 at 1:27 pmPost count: 4686
They are talking about subs during play. Parmenter was off for a whole half in one game but then came on for the second half. they don’t count that. They’re only talking about subs during the 15 min of each Q.
Neat question! Inclusive of @SuperNetball Rds1 – 10, a total of 522 rolling subs made. At 120, GA is the most subbed position followed by GD at 104. Least? GS & GK at 52 & 53, respectively. A look at when rolling subs are made (nearest min) for GA relative to all other positions. https://t.co/ceZuTI8U2n pic.twitter.com/6H2ZAyBvDk
— Alice Sweeting (@alicesweeting) September 9, 2020schmeetleParticipantSeptember 9, 2020 at 1:38 pmPost count: 25
Ok. Thanks for clearing that up.
(And for interpreting that <party> was autocorrected ParmyIan HarkinModeratorSeptember 12, 2020 at 12:00 pmPost count: 4686
Some people have been wondering about this, so…
What the ladder would look like with bonus points added
Of course, we must preface this by saying that if bonus points were in, then obviously teams could do things differently to change some of these results. But as it stands, this is how the ladder would look if you add bonus points for winning quarters (bonus points in brackets):
1. Vixens 69 (31)
2. Fever 52 (26)
3. Lightning 47 (19)
4. Swifts 46 (18)
5. Firebirds 37 (19)
6. Giants 36 (18)
7. T’birds 32 (16)
8. Magpies 18 (14)
Have to say… to me, that is actually a fairer indication of where teams are. I mean, we’ll know more after today, but Fever does appear to be the 2nd best team in the comp right now.
Interesting that only 3 times has a team won all 4 quarters this year. Vixens 2, Firebirds 1.
Another thing about that ladder… with up to 8 points up for grabs per game, Firebirds, Giants and even T’birds would give themselves some chance of making finals whereas with the regulation ladder, there doesn’t appear to be a great chance of it happening.
Matches in which a team has won at least 3 of the 4 quarters:
Magpies 1Ian HarkinModeratorSeptember 13, 2020 at 5:16 pmPost count: 4686
Thinking about the effect of the super shot phase on shooting effectiveness in @SuperNetball . Here we can see the score per shot of shooters in the super shot phase vs normal play to Round 11. I have only included shooters who have had more than 20 shot this season. pic.twitter.com/Gh1F0pxbCL
— Mitch Mooney (@mitch_mooney) September 13, 2020
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