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Counting the offensive rebounds as new possessions

Every offensive rebound is also a possession and can become an AP.


The offensive rebounder recovers the AP, he gets a possession and a score for himself in his good put back. We always count every offensive rebound as an extra possession and maybe, but not yet, a new AP (assist possession).

The defended assists are always born with missed, blocked or prevented shots, they are covering part of all sorts of successful shooting defense.

We can upgrade the evaluation of the assist. The question is: how efficiently has the offense been assisted and how efficiently have the assists been defended?

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