NBA 2000/01 Final Playoff Review

25% of athletes perform better on Positive ion ratio days such as L.A. Lakers Shaquille O'Neal Points per game during the 2000/01 playoffs indicate below. Verify advanced Posting Date of Ion Ratio Forecasts

Shaq's teammate Kobe Bryant also appears to be in the 25% group heading into the finals.

75% of athletes perform better on Negative Ion Ratio days such as Philadelphia 76ers Allen Iverson Points per game during the 2000/01 playoffs indicate below. 

This opposite correlation is easier to see if we flip the Ion Ratio (blue line in the chart above) upside down (green line in chart below) So the highest positive days are now at the bottom and the highest negative days are at the top in the chart below. 

Positive Ion Ratio Days: Average Points per Game comparison  

Shaquille O'Neal Points per game: 

31 average on positive days

Kobe Bryant Points per game: 

28 average on positive days

Allen Iverson Points per game: 

28 average on positive days

Positive Game days = Slight Advantage to Shaquille O'Neal (L.A. Lakers)


Negative Ion Ratio Days: Average Points per Game comparison  

Shaquille O'Neal Points per game: 

27.85 average on negative days

Kobe Bryant Points per game: 

33.5 average on negative days

Allen Iverson Points per game: 

33.75 average on negative days

Negative Game days = Slight Advantage to Allen Iverson (Philadelphia 76ers) 

Healthy athletes are prone to "flipping", performing better for some period with positive ion days and one day flipping to perform better on negative days for a period of time (days, weeks) then flipping again. Due to this fact it is important to review the most recent games to forecast future performance. 


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