Your PI is a useful tool to see how you impact a game based on all your collected game statistics. For example, some athletes may have thought they had a ‘great’ game because they scored a lot of goals - but they may have also negatively impacted the game in a variety of ways. Or vice versa. The higher your score, the more positive impact you had on the game. This formula will adapt as we collect more data overtime & as of now, is not divided by minutes played. For this, we see a positive 6-8 Performance Indicator at a 1.5 or above & a ‘great’ game at a 3 or above.
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Modified on: Tue, 9 Apr, 2019 at 12:13 PM
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