Friday, March 22, 2019

Elite 8 Conferences Set: Value Add Basketball Game Plays in 30-35 Minutes With New Scoresheet

The improved score sheet enables a Value Add Basketball game to be played in 30 to 35 minutes after 5 minutes of writing in the line-ups. The sheet below is the entire game in which the Horizon League upset the Mountain West All-Stars after Nevada's Caleb and Cody Martin both fouled out. Simply put a dash over the next number after a score, rebound, steal, blocked shot or foul while keeping the running score.

Click here for Midwest Region Results

Click here for West Region Results

Click here for South Region Results

Click here for East Region Results

At the risk of losing a big part of our audience right now, one of the most thrilling games to date was the one upset of a 1-seed. Below is the completed score sheet which sped up the time needed to play from 90 minutes to 30-minutes.



To play your own game, click on the first 2 links for instructions and scoresheets, then pick two teams from any of the links below for player cards. You need only two 6-sided dice, a 20-sided die and an 8-sided die.


The playing cards are divided into six conferences of 7 teams each.

How to Play Value Add Basketball
Value Add Game Scoresheet
Pick 2 teams, click for Player Cards
All-Conference Player Cards
Abilene Christian to BYU
Cal Baptist to Duquesne
East Carolina to Green Bay
Hampton to LSU
Maine to Notre Dame
Oakland to Syracuse
TCU to Youngstown Player Cards

The archives of early stories on the first Value Add Basketball All-Conference Tournament are here.

The Value Add Basketball Game simulates each players' ability to get the ball and get shots off,  rebound, hit from the line and inside and outside the arc, dish out great assists, guard the ball, as well as steal and block shots adjusted for the level of competition they faced. While we also calculated cards for every player who played at least 8 minutes a game for all 353 teams, we decided to start with a tournament pitting all 32 All-Conference teams during March Madness. Results to date.

1-seeds. The four conferences picked as 1-seeds each won by between 12 and 30 points against the 8-seed conferences.

2-seeds won three of four with the CAA shocking the American Athletic 90-82. However, the Mid-American barely held off Ja Morant and the Ohio Valley 78-74.

3-seeds averaged winning by 4.5 points, but that included two 6-seeds pulling out close upsets. The ASun overcame the Southern 67-60,and the Horizon League won the thrilled of the tournament with a 64-62 win over the Mountain West after superstar twins Cody and Caleb Martin from Nevada both fouled out in the final five minutes.

4-seeds went 2-2 against 5-seeds with the Big South sneaking out a 76-71 win over the Sun Belt and the Big West turning in the shooting performance of the tournament with a 94-69 blowout of the WAC.


SeedEast Region1st Round2nd RoundElite 8SemiChamp
1Atlantic Coast ConferenceACC 90-60
8Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
ACC 81-64*
4Ivy LeagueIvy 72-64*
5Patriot League
ACC 79-64*
2Big East ConferenceBE 84-68*
7Northeast Conference
BE 61-56*
3Atlantic 10 ConferenceA10 74-65*
6America East Conference
Semi
SeedMidwest Region
1Big Ten ConferenceBig Ten 74-55*
8Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
CUSA 66-62
4Conference USACUSA 77-67
5Missouri Valley Conference
Midwest Regional
2Mid American ConferenceMAC 78-74*
7Ohio Valley Conference
MAC 79-50
3Mountain West ConferenceHorizon 64-62
6Horizon League
Title Game
SeedWest Region
1Big 12 ConferenceB12 83-64*
8Southwestern Athletic Conference
B12 77-67
4Western Athletic ConferenceBig West 94-69
5Big West Conference
West Regional
2Pac 12 ConferencePac12 77-62*
7Big Sky Conference
pac12 70-51
3West Coast ConferenceWCC 82-64*
6Summit League
Semi
SeedSouth Region
1Southeastern ConferenceSEC 83-71
8Southland Conference
SEC 86-50
4Sun Belt ConferenceBig South 76-71*
5Big South Conference
South Regional
2American Athletic ConferenceCAA 90-82
7Colonial Athletic Association
ASun 75-69
3Southern ConferenceASun 67-60*
6Atlantic Sun Conference


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