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1. One of my hypothesis is
Does individual performance affect overallgame success?
Individual performance will be measured by PIE: Player impact estimate in %. That is how much of the game the player influenced (in a good way)

game success will be measured by plus/minus which is the points difference between their team and the enemies team.

The greater the plus/minus, the stronger their victory.

I want to compare the relationship between indivisual performance and overall game success but i'm not sure how I'm going to do that.
One of my hypothesis is
Does individual performance affect overallgame success?
Individual performance will be measured by PIE: Player impact estimate in %. That is how much of the game the player influenced (in a good way)

game success will be measured by plus/minus which is the points difference between their team and the enemies team.

The greater the plus/minus, the stronger their victory.

I want to compare the relationship between indivisual performance and overall game success but i'm not sure how I'm going to do that.
This is quite a complicated topic. I think that individual performance in a team sport is very subjective. How are you going to go about measuring PIE?
3. I've sorted the database from nba. I have collected the data already.Im saying indivisual performance is PIE as its their direct impact to the game. This includes baskets made, etc.what can i do?

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