get real....i threw the per s**t on u when u was on the tsp s**t.U pick and choose stats that fit ur argument.Hollinger created the TSP to determine the best all around shooter and the PER to determine the best all around player using the same basic prinicple.He was bored one day and came up with these calculations because he saw the qb rating in the nfl.U can't pick one and shoot down the other when it's made from the same guy on the same principles.
i can sit down and create a formula for passing in the nfl and post it under some writers name and if it fit ur argument for ur favorite player u would throw out the completion percentage stat and call it useless because it just measures overall completion percentage and not taking into account short,mid-range,and long passes
don't get mad
I pick and choose stats that fit my argument? Wow.. You do realize that the two stats are completely different from each other?
I know exactly the way both stats work. Because I think one is useful, doesn't make the other one useful by a.ssociation of having the same guy make both of them up.
Its not the same basic principle because TS% takes into account the value of a free throw, the 3 point shot and a 2 point shot, which are ABSOLUTE and not relative. PER ARBITRARILY a.ssigns the value of a rebound, turnover, block, steal, minutes per game, pace and other things in accordance to how important Hollinger thinks they are.
And honestly I'm tired of your stupidity. Do you get more points from a short/mid/short pass if none of them directly result in a touchdown? Are you trying to make a horrible argument or does it just come naturally?