Others such as the Basketball Prospectus took the formula and suggested additional calculations based of the system, and Version 4.0 was introduced at the outset of the 2016-17 season to measure the potential value of players based on how valuable they could be if they played 67% of the minutes and had 24% of the possessions during that time on the court.
Articles on the Value Add Basketball system appear in places such as the University of Arizona basketball site, Big Apple Buckets, Bleacher Report, Breitbart (700+ articles), ESPN (another ESPN draft guide), ESPN the Magazine, Fox News, Fox Sports, Northwestern State University, the Times-Picayune, Sports Illustrated the Washington Post, blogs like Xavier Hoops Rumors and TV stations such as this one.
The system is similar to baseball WAR. However, while WAR measures one "replacement player" taking the place of a start player, in Value Add pin points the number of POINTS each college player is worth due to the "domino effect" of the impact on the entire game rotation when the player is lost.
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From there we have played around with some offshoots, but none of these pretend to pinpoint value like Value Add Basketball does.
1. Baseball - The value of 250+ starting pitchers from 2014 and 2015 with every start detailed, and with an explanation of how the metrix can work when other systems fail.
2. Football - The value of 6000+ returning players - really just for fun as a one year attempt to value everyone from tackles to quarterbacks.
3. State-by-State - The top athletes in each state (track, hockey, etc., cast your vote by sending an email to email@example.com with up to 10 players listed in your state).