Custom Color-Coded Basketball Stat Goals

Color-coded basketball stat goals

High-achieving basketball coaches set goals for their team for each game. This allows players to focus on the important parts of the team’s system, and also enforces accountability for the entire team. Hoopsalytics makes it easy to set custom goals, and easily visualize how teams met or failed to meet expectations. Every coach emphasizes different […] →Read more

Live Stream Scoring is Now … Live!

Hoopsalytics has come a long way in a short amount of time compared to our competitors. What took almost 20 years for others to build, Hoopsalytics has done in five very productive years. Our own experience as basketball coaches has fueled the growth, but much of the development has been inspired from the input of […] →Read more

How Do I Use Analytics as a Coach and Player?

As we talk with more and more coaches and players, we’re gaining even greater insights into what the Hoopsalytics platform offers to both team analytics and individual player analytics. For example, an AAU coach that I spoke with recently, old-school, asked how does he apply analytics to coaching his summer team. I asked him, “What […] →Read more

Measuring Player Improvement with Trends

Showing improvement in three point shooting.

One of the best ways to motivate basketball players is to illustrate how they are improving. With the Hoopsalytics Trends tool, you are able to show progress in a variety of statistical areas from game to game. The graph above shows how one of our players improved his three-point shooting over the course of the […] →Read more

See What Happened During that Run with the Game Summary

Basketball is a game of runs, and as a coach it’s helpful to know what went right/wrong during your last game when there was a run. The Game Summary tool in Hoopsalytics can give you valuable insights. As an example, we’re going to look at a game between UConn and St. Johns from 2024. UConn […] →Read more

Leaderboards for Basketball Leagues

Example of a leaderboard

Beside individual teams, Hoopsalytics has been providing top-level stats and analytics to various multi-team leagues. And if you’re running a league, your participants will love to have leaderboards showing which players excel in points, assists, rebounds and other categories. Leaderboards can be accessed by anyone with a login to the league Hoopsalytics account, or by […] →Read more

Our Lowest Scorer is Our Best Offensive Player

Player impact Net

One of the coolest things about basketball and analytics is how different people can contribute, even in ways that defy common sense. Here’s a recent example from my AAU club team. Remy is second-to-last in points scored, last in assists, yet our team is the most productive offensively when he’s on the floor. The above […] →Read more

Affordable Stats and Analytics for AAU Club Teams

Every spring in the USA, the most motivated players (and families) participate in AAU Club teams. Many of these players have ambitions to play beyond high school, and having the best video-linked stats and analytics is a great way to improve, as well as share with scouts and coaches. And you can easily make highlight […] →Read more

St. John’s v. UConn. What Happened?

Basketball score and margin graph for St. Johns vs Connecticut

On Saturday, February 3, 2024, the St. John’s MBB team had #1 UConn right where they wanted: up a point with 13 minutes left in the game, on their home away from home court, Madison Square Garden. The Garden crowd was rocking like it was 1985, when the Big East ruled supreme. But what happened? […] →Read more

Basketball Analytics – Who Are Your Best Players (Part 2)

Basketball Player On/Off Analytics

Using team stats for when a player is on the floor is a good way to get insight into who deserves more playing time. Our previous article shows how to use Player Impact ON the floor to get a good idea of who your best performers are. But what about the absence of a player […] →Read more