What is KenPom statistics?

Luck rating (Luck): KenPom defines this as a measure of the deviation between a team’s actual winning percentage and what one would expect from its game-by-game efficiencies.

How do you use KenPom ratings?

The KenPom ranking is based off the differential, or net rating, between a team’s offensive and defensive ratings. For example, last year Virginia was #1 in the KenPom rankings as their net rating was 34.22 (123.4 – 89.2). This year, their 21.84 net rating is 10th (102.4 – 80.5).

How does KenPom calculate?

I compute an adjusted offensive efficiency for each game by multiplying the team’s raw offensive efficiency by the national average efficiency and dividing by the opponent’s adjusted defensive efficiency.

What is AdjT in KenPom?

Adjusted tempo (AdjT) KenPom also accounts for tempo, which is the number of possessions that a team has per 40 minutes (throughout one game).

How reliable is KenPom?

KenPom got the exact total correct 19 times (2.98 percent) and was within five points 157 times (24.6 percent).

Where does KenPom get his data?

Where do you get your data? STATS LLC supplies the box score and schedule data. Play-by-play data is gathered from the NCAA. If you need a list of scores to feed your own ratings efforts, I provide one here.

What is luck rating KenPom?

According to KenPom, which is an analytics-based website based on pace of play metrics, the Hawkeyes have been one of college basketball’s unluckiest teams this season. Luck rating is defined as “the deviation in winning percentage between a team’s actual record and their expected record”.

What is adjusted offensive efficiency?

Pomeroy calculates Adjusted Offensive Efficiency as points scored per 100 possessions (adjusted for opponent). He ranks teams overall by their net efficiency in offense and defense (which I call KenPom Rating).