WNBA unveils new statistical video feature for WNBA.com/Stats

LAS VEGAS – As the WNBA’s stars gather in Las Vegas for AT&T WNBA All-Star 2019, WNBA.com/Stats, the league’s official basketball statistical site, will now integrate video for 2019 statistics. Users will now have the option to select a stat and view a video list of the plays when the stat table is highlighted. This feature is available throughout the site on both sortable stats pages and individual player or team profiles. In the upcoming weeks, video will be available for the 2018 season.

The site allows the user to access numerous statistical categories such as sortable player stats, and single game box scores. as well as player profiles on such WNBA stars as All-Star captains Elena Delle Donne and A’ja Wilson.

Earlier this year, the WNBA revamped WNBA.com/Stats for the start of the 2019 season.  The redesign marked a significant upgrade to the site, which now features a new look and user experience, including exponentially more statistics, enabling users to analyze the game deeper than ever before throughout the year.

WNBA.com/Stats, which had nearly 40 traditional and advanced statistics such as Offensive Rating, Defensive Rating, Pace, and Effective Field Goal Percentage, now features nearly 100 stats with the ability to split the data creating significantly more data points.  A major reason for this increase is the access to more than 20 filters to break down the data by Player (By Draft Year, By Experience, By Position), Team (vs. Opponent, vs. Conference), Game Situation (By Quarter, Wins/Losses), Season (Pre- vs. Post All-Star Game, Last 10 Games, By Month), etc.

Other features include:

  • Advanced Box Scores: Five additional advanced box scores in addition to the traditional one.  These box scores include advanced, miscellaneous, usage, four factors and scoring statistics.
  • Clutch Stats: Data reflecting team and player performances during the last five minutes of a game that is within five points.
  • Historical Data: Statistics going back to the league’s inaugural season in 1997.
  • Lineup Data: Ability to look at any combination of lineups that a team plays with.  Users can view five-, four-, three- or two-person lineups.  They can look at how those lineups perform in a variety of ways.
  • Player On/Off Court Stats: Stat for every team and player to see how teams do when a player is on the court vs. when she is off the court.
  • Player Profiles: Statistical profile pages providing analysis for players across the history of the WNBA.
  • Improved Shot Charts: Shooting charts for individual games and season level data.  Charts can be split up using a variety of filters available throughout the site.