With all of the leaks and news that is going on in the NBA, it is very difficult to keep track of all of them.
This is why many NBA teams are now running a leak definition that helps them to keep an eye on what they have been exposed to.
Leak Definition is an algorithm that helps teams determine which players are leaking in the game and how much of them are leaking.
This means teams can monitor and see if they are having issues with leaks and other players in order to prevent further damage to the league.
The algorithm uses the following metrics to identify players that have leaked:In this example, we have four players that we have identified as leaking:Kevin Durant and Blake GriffinThe Cleveland Cavaliers are currently tied for third place in the Eastern Conference with an average of 17.8 points per game.
The Cavaliers have a combined 39.4% shooting percentage.
If we look at the shot chart for each player individually, we see that KD and Griffin are shooting well below average from the field, but also shooting at a higher percentage than their league average.
Leaking is a big problem in the league these days, with teams losing valuable draft picks and players who would otherwise go in the lottery.
The NBA has been on a tear for years and we all know what a rough ride the league has been through.
The leaks that are occurring have affected every team and every player in the organization.
The leaks have also created a problem for the league and the fans as well.
Teams have to deal with players who are just as capable of getting away with fouls and other offenses as they are to get outscored by their opponents.
Leaky players can make for a great story, but they also add another layer to the already tough season.