WNBA.com To Offer Advanced Statistics And Every Box Score In League History

As part of the WNBA’s historic 20th season, WNBA.com will offer advanced statistics and every box score in league history.

Starting with the 2016 season, WNBA.com will produce advanced box scores for all games.  Advanced box scores include such categories as player impact estimate (PIE), effective field goal percentage (eFG%), true shooting percentage (TS%), defensive rating (DefRtg) usage percentage (USG%), assist to turnover ratio (AST/TO) and others.  The box scores will be available on WNBA.com shortly after each game.

The league will make available the traditional box score (points, rebounds, assists) for every game in WNBA history.  All games since 2007 are now available on WNBA.com, with games from 1997-2006 to be added in the coming weeks.

In addition to the enhanced box score offering, WNBA.com now provides sortable statistics for teams and players.  Traditional numbers (points, rebounds, assists) date back to the 2007 season, while advanced numbers (PIE, eFG%, DefRtg) date back to 2014.  All data is available via mobile.

To commemorate the league’s 20th season, WNBA.com/WNBA20 is a curated video vault of the best highlights, features and moments that will be unveiled throughout the year.

About the WNBA

The WNBA, which features 12 teams, is a unique global sports property combining competition, sportsmanship, and entertainment with its status as an icon for social change, achievement, and diversity.  The league, which counts Verizon as its leaguewide marquee partner, will begin its 20th season on May 14, 2016.

 Through WNBA Cares, the WNBA is deeply committed to creating programs that improve the quality of life for all people, with a special emphasis on programs that promote a healthy lifestyle and positive body image, increase breast and women’s health awareness, support youth and family development, and focus on education.  For more information on the WNBA, log on to www.wnba.com.

[WNBA press release, Sam Tager] [Photo Credit: NBA Media Central creative assets]
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