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Math Project

Kobe Bryant Stats
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Michael Shevchuk

on 9 June 2010

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Kobe Bryant
LA Lakers
27 Points Per Game Date of birth: August 23, 1978
Place of birth: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Listed height: 6 ft 6 in
Listed weight: 205 lb
4× NBA Champion (2000, 2001, 2002, 2009)
NBA Finals MVP (2009)
NBA Most Valuable Player (2008)
12× NBA All-Star (1998, 2000–2010)
2× NBA scoring champion (2006–2007)
7× All-NBA First Team (2002–2004, 2006–2009)
2× All-NBA Second Team (2000–2001)
2× All-NBA Third Team (1999, 2005)
7× All-Defensive First Team (2000, 2003–2004, 2006–2009)
2× All-Defensive Second Team (2001–2002)
NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1997)
3× NBA All-Star Game MVP (2002, 2007, 2009)
NBA Slam Dunk Contest winner (1997)
Naismith Prep Player of the Year (1996)
Kobe Bryant is one of the best nba players to ever play. He is one of the elite scorers, defensman, playmakers, and dunkers in the world. As you see all of his achievements in this next slide, you will see that he is just ridiculous. SOURCES:
http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/players/profile?playerId=110
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobe_Bryant
http://thejourneyback.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/kobe.jpg
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/ABPub/2009/06/14/2009338716.jpg I chose to do the difference between mastery and ppg above or below avg. because mastery is the combination of physical and intellectual ability and this is a huge factor in basketball and scoring. Out of 68 games this year, only 33 times his Mastery Biorhythemn predicted his PPG above and below average, which is only a 47% correction average. 19 times he scored above average on his high biorhythmn days. 15 times he scored below average on his low biorhythmn days. On his 5 Critical Days he displayed an 80% ppg above average, 4 out of five times. I chose to do the difference between Biorythmn's and ppg above or below avg. because physical, intellectual, and emotional obstacles are huge factors in basketball and his scoring ability. Physically, out of 65 games, only 27 times was it predicted whether he would have above or below ppg avg, which is only a 42% correction rate. 15 of these times he scored above average, and 12 times he didn't. On his 7 critical days, he scored 2 times above average, 3 times below, and 2 times right on his average.
Emotionally, out of 65 games, only 23 times was it predicted whether he would have above or below ppg avg, which is only a 32% correction rate. 17 of these times he scored above average, and 6 times he didn't. On his 7 critical days, he scored 3 times above average, 4 times below average, and 0 on his average.
Intellectually, out of 68 games, only 33 times was it predicted whether he would have above or below ppg avg, which is only a 49% correction rate. 17 of these times he scored above average, and 16 times he didn't. On his 4 critical days, 2 times he scored above average, 2 times below, and 0 times on average. In conclusion, both the biorythmns and the mastery have little affect, if any, on Kobe Bryants scoring. The data proves that they are not reliant enough to judge whether he is going to score a lot or not and that they do not work.
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