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Nov
15
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by Barnstable at 5:40 PM
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Apparently people could still see it while in development, but I'd like to announce we're going to try something different.

A new section of the Lakersball forum call LB Analytics!

This section is dedicated to in depth discussion concerning stats and stats breakdowns, offensive and defensive play analysis, Salary Cap, and any topic that could use a deeper set of factual knowledge to further understand with intelligent in depth conversation.

We have buttons at the top of the page with player stats, team Salary information etc, so you have as much information as possible at hand.

As such, I contacted Pete Zayas from Laker Film Room and he was kind enough to let us feature LFR content in this section.

NOTE: Here's a few rules for LB analytics....

  • its not a place to vent WMC or Optimism. Its not a place for a bunch of jokes or Smiles, as such smilies have been disabled in this section alone (Sorry SIrron). As much as possible this new section needs...
Oct
31
by Mookie at 12:24 PM
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Hey guys! Mookie from ClubLakers here, I found the site by accident and I see a bunch of the old guys around here. What's up?!?!
Oct
19
by SFGOLDRUSHER at 2:01 AM
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Lets fudging go! Im off today and pumped to see the team full go minus KCP.

:Sunglassguy:

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:Kobejerseypull:
Oct
07
by LaVarBallsDad at 1:41 PM
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In late summer 2014, the NBA hired Jason Rosenfeld as its first Director of Basketball Analytics. Previously, the Director of Analytics for the Charlotte Hornets, Rosenfeld was tabbed to head the new group within the league, under the auspices of the Basketball Operations department. While the league had no shortages of people doing similar work in related areas[1. There is a sizable business analytics presence within the league, as well as another group responsible for monitoring and tracking refereeing decisions. That department is in charge of things like the Final Two Minute reports.], this new unit was empowered to specifically study the on court product.

A graduate of Harvard with a major in Statistics and basketball experience ranging from the work with the Bobcats/Hornets, student-managing the Harvard team to working with the Yao Ming’s Shanghai Sharks while still in college, Rosenfeld’s purview is to help ensure the league has the information it needs to make decisions...