TRR/DRR/ORR

Statistic: TRR/DRR/ORR (Total Rebound Rate/Defensive Rebound Rate/Offensive Rebound Rate)

Whats is it?

  • For each category (Total, Defensive, Offensive) this statistics estimates what percentage of available rebounds a player grabbed when they were on the floor.
  • It is calculated using the formula 100 x (RB x (Tm MP / 5)) / (MP x (Tm RB + Opp RB)).
  • This statistic can also be tracked by team.

Why should I be interested?

  • This statistic is a more effective measure of rebounding ability because it eliminates variations due to minutes played, and the pace and style of a team’s or opponent’s offense.
  • Teams like the Golden State Warriors play at a fast pace and take a ton of shots. Therefore, there are more missed shots available to rebound. Looking at the percentage of rebounds gotten gives more accurate information  about a player’s ability and effectivenes than the simple number of rebounds gotten.

Why should I be skeptical?

  • As with all statistics, the numbers can be skewed for small sample sizes (players who have only played a small number of games or minutes.)
  • As with many of these advanced statistics, use this number in conjunction with more traditional stats. Don’t abandon Rebounds per Game or Rebounds per 40, but look at a player’s rebound rates as well.

Where can I find it?

  • This stat is available on the team and players pages of several stats websites. On some of these sites it is referred to as Rebound Percentage.
         Hoopdata
         Basketball-Reference
         82games
Advertisements

One response to “TRR/DRR/ORR

  1. Pingback: On the Rebound | Hickory High

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s