BTN.com offered something new for the 2013 Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament – deeper live box scores provided by Stats LLC. Use the link below to see the results:
How are they different? The Stats’ SportVU Tracking System captures X/Y positioning coordinates of the players and the ball to deliver unique performance data by merging the in-depth tracking data with traditional play-by-play information. Learn more here. The new stats include:
- Speed & Distance: Distance Run (Dist.) is the total miles a player has run in the game. Average Speed (Avg Spd) is the average speed (mph) of a player during live ball action.
- Rebounding: Rebound Chances (Reb Chances) is the number of times a player is within 3.5 feet of the ball at the time of a rebound. Rebounding % (Reb%) is the percentage of rebounds a player secures divided by his chances.
- Assists: Secondary Assists (SA) is similar to a hockey assist, the secondary assist tracks, which players help set up an assist. Adjusted Assists (AA) is the sum of assists, secondary assists and free throw assists.
Find below a number of links to BTN.com scoreboards for football and basketball, a variety of official Big Ten websites for Olympic sport schedules and scores, and official BigTen.org pages for available Olympic sport statistics, too. And if you’re looking for a comprehensive list of the Olympic sports to be televised on BTN TV, use our Olympic sports TV schedule page.
Use these BigTen.org links below to get the latest posted Olympic sports results from around the Big Ten Conference.
Use these links to the specific school websites to get the latest posted Olympic sports results from each school.