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  1. Changing of the Guard: Dwyane Wade’s Switch From Batman to ...

    Kirk Goldsberry

    The enduring image of the 2006 NBA Finals is Dwyane Wade careening his way through the paint, to the free throw line, and past the Dallas Mavericks on the way to his first championship. He scored 35 points per game in Miami's six-game trium...

    Blog | June 10, 2014
  2. Map of the Stars

    Kirk Goldsberry

    The 2014 NBA Finals features the two most efficient shooting offenses in the league. However, these two teams achieve these efficiencies using vastly different approaches. The Heat use a "pace and space"-style offense, l...

    Blog | June 05, 2014
  3. Best Supporting Actor

    Kirk Goldsberry

    Monday night in Miami, Chris Bosh scored the first eight points of Game 4 to spark the Heat past the Pacers. After Bosh's hot start, Miami never looked back, holding the lead for the entire game, and the team is now just one victor...

    Blog | May 28, 2014
  4. Bosh Darn: A Closer Look at Miami's Failed Last-Second Play ...

    Kirk Goldsberry

    Last night in Indianapolis, the Miami Heat were down by one point with two seconds remaining in the game. They drew up a play that got Chris Bosh a decent shot in one of his favorite areas. As a matter of fact, there are few people in the league who...

    Blog | March 27, 2014
  5. The 2012-13 CourtVision Awards: The Best Shooters

    Kirk Goldsberry

    DeAndre Jordan led the NBA in field goal percentage in 2012-13, but what does that actually mean? Field goal percentage remains our best proxy for shooting ability, but when we ignore the key interactions between court space and shooting percentage, ...

    Blog | July 12, 2013
  6. CourtVision: It Was the Best of Shots, It Was the Worst of Shots

    Kirk Goldsberry

    A look at the two most important shots from last night's Game 1. It Was the Best of Shots In their biggest possession of the year, the Spurs were surely going to come up empty. A sequence that began with a pair of screens designed to free Tony Pa...

    Blog | June 07, 2013
  7. CourtVision: The 3-Point Chill in Miami

    Kirk Goldsberry

    In the predawn of July 7, 2012, a very wealthy cruise-ship magnate got out of his English bed and sent out a tweet. "Its 2:30am in London and I was just woken up with great news. Welcome to the family #20!!" Micky Arison, the owner of the Miam...

    Blog | May 30, 2013
  8. CourtVision: Gravity's Rainbosh

    Kirk Goldsberry

    Less than 90 seconds into Monday's Game 4 between the Bulls and Heat, something seemingly uneventful happened. Dwyane Wade had just received an entry pass down on the right block, where he was doubled by Nate Robinson and Carlos Boozer. Joakim Noah w...

    Blog | May 14, 2013
  9. CourtVision All-Stars Part 1: The Eastern Conference

    Kirk Goldsberry

    So, it's All-Star weekend and the teams have already been chosen. But, I want to use this symbolic time on the NBA calendar to pay tribute to the guys who are having the most efficient shooting performances this season. I've selected my own all-star ...

    Blog | February 14, 2013
  10. CourtVision: The Best Shooters So Far

    Kirk Goldsberry

    As spatial analytics slowly creeps its way into the NBA, we're beginning to evaluate performances and tendencies in new ways. Perhaps the most basic illustration of the virtue of spatial approaches applies to shooting. Although field goal percentage ...

    Blog | January 29, 2013
  11. CourtVision: The Heat, the Wizards, and a Tale of Two Cities

    Kirk Goldsberry

    It's never too early in an NBA season to judge a player or team's performance — just ask Mike Brown. The season has just begun, but important trends are already emerging. Some are familiar; some are brand-new. In terms of scoring, as of Friday,...

    Blog | November 26, 2012