Shot Selection analyzes how good or bad the shots a player takes are by calculating the average effective field goal percentage for the player’s distribution of shots given league-average performance. This method excludes the player’s ability and focuses only on his decision-making. Shot selection tells us to what extent a player tends to take high-percentage shots or low-percentage shots. Shot Selection in my work analyzes shots 1) by distance, 2) by area on the court, and 3) by defensive pressure. I present the results of this process as an Expected Effective Field Goal Percentage, or EeFG% for short. You can easily convert them into points per shot multiplying the figure given by two.