And the real Best All Around Player in the Big Ten is…

Raymar Morgan. Say WHAT? Using my modified Dean Oliver Four Factors methodology (for details on the method see the preceding article in this series, i.e. the Pete Maravich effect), I concluded exactly that. First, lets check out the laundry list of candidates. The criteria to get on the watch list was to be among the …

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Who are the top ten players in the Big Ten?

My “How does Geary Claxton rank” post offered up a simplistic measure for determining the best players in the B10. There are other measures that are typically used. Here are three:The NBA Efficiency ModelThe NBA uses a very simplistic model for player evaluation. They simply give a player one point for each positive result (point, …

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