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What Happens When No One Turns the Ball Over?

So what happens when you don't turn the ball over, and you don't take the ball away from your opponent too often? Well, it might just mean you win more often. At least that is what a study by Hoop Vision's Jordan Sperber seems to say. He looked at how teams who pulled a "Bucknell" fared over the last five seasons, and found that it has a not so bad correlation to their adjusted efficiency. The dirty details are all at the link, including one team that dominates his measure over the last several years.

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