Career Negative Offensive Impact

The data below represents a player’s offensive mistakes, relative to average rates for his era. Since values are derived by subtracting actual – expected, it is better to have a negative result. A player with a negative TOV Impact turned the ball over less than expected, while a player with a positive TOV Impact turned it over more often than expected. As a result, you should read these charts as “better numbers on the left, worse numbers on the right.” Please stay tuned for a more thorough explanation on the blog.