A 50.0 TS% used to be considered the average. But thanks to analytics’ positive effect on NBA shot selection, TS% keeps climbing. For the 2020-21 season, the league average TS% as of this writing: 56.8%. An elite TS% is anything over a 60.0 TS%.

## What is a good true shooting percentage?

A **.** **500 TS% is about average**, . 550 is very good, and anything over .

## What is true shooting percentage in basketball?

In basketball, true shooting percentage is **an advanced statistic that measures a player’s efficiency at shooting the ball**. It is intended to more accurately calculate a player’s shooting than field goal percentage, free throw percentage, and three-point field goal percentage taken individually.

## What’s a good shooting percentage in the NBA?

Currently, all of the top ten in field goal percentage (all centers) are shooting at least 55%. That’s a pretty good standard for big men. Gary Harris is shooting 50 percent, the best of any guard. For an NBA guard, **anything over 45%** is excellent.

## What is the highest true shooting percentage?

NBA/ABA

Rank | Player | TS% |
---|---|---|

1. | DeAndre Jordan |
.6432 |

2. | Cedric Maxwell | .6294 |

3. | Stephen Curry | .6264 |

4. | Tyson Chandler | .6257 |

## How is NBA Per calculated?

The NBA publishes online all of the basic statistics recorded officially by the league. Individual player efficiency is expressed there by a stat referred to as ‘efficiency’ and abbreviated EFF. It is derived by a simple formula: **(PTS + REB + AST + STL + BLK − Missed FG − Missed FT – TO) / GP**.

## How is NBA vorp calculated?

Therefore, to calculate VORP one must **multiply the league’s average runs per out by the player’s total outs**; this provides the number of runs an average player would have produced given that certain number of outs to work with. Now multiply that number (of runs) by .

## Has anyone ever shot 100 in the NBA?

**Wilt Chamberlain** set the single-game scoring record in the National Basketball Association (NBA) by scoring 100 points for the Philadelphia Warriors in a 169–147 win over the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962, at Hershey Sports Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

## What’s a bad 3 point percentage?

Players that shoot 2 pointers are referred to as efficient scorers, but **33%-35%** shooters are subpar 3 point shooters.

## What is a good eFG%?

A player whose eFG% is **60%** is scoring at a rate equal to shooting 60% on two-point field goal attempts, a very respectable number.

## What is the formula for true shooting percentage?

True shooting percentage is a measure of shooting efficiency that takes into account field goals, 3-point field goals, and free throws. TSA – True Shooting Attempts; the formula is **FGA + 0.44 * FTA.**

## Which basketball player has the best accuracy?

NBA Basketball Player Stats – True Shooting Percentage

Rank | Player | Value |
---|---|---|

1 | Ivica Zubac |
69.1% |

2 | Rudy Gobert | 68.9% |

3 | Joe Ingles | 67.1% |

4 | Richaun Holmes | 66.9% |