Contents

- 1 How is point differential calculated?
- 2 What is a point differential?
- 3 What is FP in basketball?
- 4 How do you calculate total points in basketball?
- 5 What happens if 2 teams finish on the same points and goal difference?
- 6 What is GF in EPL table?
- 7 What is NFL point differential?
- 8 What is the average margin of victory in the NBA?
- 9 What is a 3 3PM game?
- 10 What does G mean in basketball?
- 11 What is a good 3 point percentage in basketball?
- 12 What does race to 10 points mean in basketball?
- 13 How do you calculate points per game?
- 14 How do you read a basketball?

## How is point differential calculated?

This is **calculated** as **points** scored divided by **points** conceded, and then multiplied by 100. If two or more teams’ total **points** scored and goal differences are both equal, then often goals scored is used as a further tiebreaker, with the team scoring the most goals winning.

## What is a point differential?

**Point Differential** is the numerical gap between **points** scored and **points** allowed. Wins in close games tend not to reflect a team’s true skill. Teams that start the season with a better record than their **point differential** tend to slow down and vice versa.

## What is FP in basketball?

**FP** = Fantasy Points. FireFactor is our method of ranking players by adjusting for position played and position scarcity.

## How do you calculate total points in basketball?

The formula is simply Team A’s average game scoring **total**… times Team B’s average game scoring **total**… divided by the league average. If you play with the numbers, you’ll see that the market is already taking this phenomenon into account.

## What happens if 2 teams finish on the same points and goal difference?

3 Answers. **If two** or more **teams** end up with **same points** in **points** table, then **team** having more **Goal Difference** i.e., **Goals** Scored minus **Goals** Against, wins the title. **if Goal Differences** are also **same** for those **teams**, then **team** having more **Goals** Scored would win the title.

## What is GF in EPL table?

F, **GF** – Goals For (sometimes used in place of GS). A, GA – Goals Against (i.e., number of goals conceded by a team). GD – Goal Difference (i.e., difference between **GF** and GA, and sometimes denoted by +/-).

## What is NFL point differential?

In its simplest definition, **point differential** is the difference between a team’s total **points** (offense) and the **points** scored against them (defense).

## What is the average margin of victory in the NBA?

But the numbers are also quite a bit overwhelming: The **average margin of victory** right now in the **NBA**, about 12.3 points per game, is on pace to be the largest in league history.

## What is a 3 3PM game?

3PA, **3PM**: **Three** pointers attempted, **three** pointers made. FTA, FTM: Free throws attempted, free throws made.

## What does G mean in basketball?

Shooting Guard. Any shooting guard, guard, or guard/forward. **G**. Guard. Any point guard, shooting guard, guard, or guard/forward.

## What is a good 3 point percentage in basketball?

Three-**point field goal percentage** is usually kept as additional statistics. Its abbreviation is 3FG%. A 3FG% of. 400 and above is a very **good percentage**.

## What does race to 10 points mean in basketball?

**How does Race to 10** bet work? This is a bet to make if you think one team is superior to the other, but you’re not willing to give say 14. or more **points**, for the game at -110 odds.

## How do you calculate points per game?

**Points per game**, often abbreviated PPG, is the average number of **points** scored by a player **per game** played in a sport, over the course of a series of games, a whole season, or a career. It is **calculated** by dividing the total number of **points** by number of games.

## How do you read a basketball?

**To recap here’s the legend:**

- Numbers 1 through 5 = Offensive players.
- Circle around a number = The ball-handler.
- Numbers x1 through x5 = Defenders (numbers 1-5 can be put in triangles to indicate defenders too)
- Solid line = Player movement.
- Squiggly line = Dribbling.
- Dotted line = Pass.
- Perpendicular line = Screen.