All-Time Player Efficiency Rating Leaders. Active players are listed in bold. * Indicates member of the Hall of Fame. PER since 1951-52. Rate statistic requirements.
The Player Efficiency Rating (PER) is a per-minute rating developed by ESPN.com columnist John Hollinger. In John's words, "The PER sums up all a player's positive accomplishments, subtracts the negative accomplishments, and returns a per-minute rating of a player's performance."
In professional basketball, the most commonly used statistical benchmark for comparing the overall value of players is called efficiency. It is a composite basketball statistic that is derived from basic individual statistics: points, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks, turnovers and shot attempts. The efficiency stat, in theory, accounts for both a player's offensive contributions and their defensive contributions, but it is generally thought that efficiency ratings favor offense-oriented player
All-Time Player Efficiency Rating Leaders. Active players are listed in bold * Indicates member of the Hall of Fame. PER since 1951-52. Rate statistic requirements.
About Basketball Reference Calculating Individual Offensive and Defensive Ratings Individual Offensive and Defensive Ratings are efficiency metrics developed by Dean Oliver in his 2004 book Basketball on Paper .
Advanced players statistics for the 2020-21 NBA season
VOP = lg_PTS / ( lg_FGA – lg_ORB + lg_TOV + 0.44 * lg_FTA ) This piece of the formula is essentially estimating the value of a possession, or the average points per possession across the league, with the numerator being league points and the denominator being an estimate of league possessions.
The player efficiency rating (PER) is John Hollinger's all-in-one basketball rating, which attempts to boil down all of a player's contributions into one number. Using a detailed formula, Hollinger developed a system that rates every player's statistical performance.