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Team Context Rating

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Team Context Ratings are based on an aggregate of points based on multiple criteria. For each criterion the best value is given 100 points, the least value 0 points, and values in between are awarded points on a percentile basis. Each criteria is weighted (multiplied by 0 to 2.0) and then sum-totaled.

Conf/Rk: Conference and conference rank, Points: Aggregate TCR points, Win %: Win Percentage (RPI Factor I), Opp W%: Opponent win percentage (RPI Factor II), Opp Opp W%: Opponents' opponent win percentage (RPI Factor III), Pythag W%: Pythagorean/"expected" win %, Conf W%: Win percentage of teams in conference, Road W%: Road Win Percentage, Pt Diff: Average point differential in games, Efficiency: Points per possession, Sc Balance: Scoring balance (20 - average scoring impact % of team players), Luck: Pythag W% - Win Pct

Weights: Win %: 1.1, Opp W%: .8, Opp Opp Win%: .6, Pythag W%: .9, Road W%: 1.2, Pt Diff: 1.1, Efficiency: 1.2, Defense: 1, ScBalance: .4, Luck: .3

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