BBL09 Supercoach Break Evens – Round 7

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Updated: January 8, 2020

In another devastating round for coaches with the Thunder vs Heat game all but rained out with only 13 out of the possible 40 overs played, it was make or break because of that.  Coupled with the only team that had a double round being the Scorchers who’s scoring has been nothing short of terrible so far this year, it was a tough round for sure.

 

Break Evens

What we have done is worked out – roughly – what the most relevant Break Evens may be going into this round.

Now for the disclaimer: these are not perfect as we do not know the exact formula.  However, we do believe we have it close enough to give us a good idea of what a players’ Break Even may be.  Do not use these as 100% correct, they are to be used as a guide to help you with trading.  Of course there are still other factors to consider, but this is one worth considering too.

Team Averages

The Sixers are still the team scoring the most points averaging 548 per game.  Followed by the Stars with an average of 540.  Worst scoring teams are Renegades only averaging 422 points per game followed by Perth with 458 points per game.

The team giving up the most points per game average is also Perth with 546 points followed by the Renegades with 539 points per game.  Hardest teams to score against are the Stars only giving up 424 points per game and the Sixers giving up 460 points.

The Best Run

The last piece of data we now have the ability to look at is who has the best run coming up.  Who is playing the teams that are the easiest to score against and who is playing the teams hardest to score against?

So as you can see Hobart have the best three game run coming up followed by Adelaide.  The hardest is The Renegades with the Sixers being the second hardest.

 

The Most Relevant

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It has been an interesting three rounds of trading with the Stars going a double round, bye and now another double round.  It is highly feasible and acceptable if you have traded in a player, only to trade him out the next round and then trade them back in this round.  the good news though is any Stars players that you do trade in have a clean no bye run through the rest of the season.  Players like Maxwell and Stoinis now become must haves.

The Bye Team

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As mentioned above it is highly feasible that the three players traded in for the last round now get traded straight back out of your team.  In fact not only feasible but highly probable.  With Perth having the bye, double, bye mix it has made holding and trading all that much different the past 3 rounds.

 

So that is it again for this round.  Any questions do not hesitate to hit us up on Twitter or Facebook.


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Written by Zane Scheffner (@OTLS_Zano).

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