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06-29-2012, 09:18 AM
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Slangston
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The issue I have with this whole 'advanced' statistics thing, is that it doesn't take into account a players individual growth and development. It suggests players attributes are fixed, static, and are incapable of change/improvement.

Whose to say Ennis' game doesn't round-out over the summer? Perhaps the tore he went on late season instills confidence, giving him an mental edge next year. What if his game evolves to the point where match-ups won't be much of an issue.

Young players can't be measured in numbers and statistics.

What a bunk study.

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