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San Antonio Spurs Opinion Poll: Who is the best offensive & defensive player?
San Antonio Spurs Opinion Poll GRAPH
Spurs: Graph the Stats! 2016 Playoff Spurs vs Grizzlies
Opinion Poll – Students survey others to see who people THINK is the best offensive player and the best defensive player.

Opinion Poll Graph – Students graph the opinion poll results.

TRACK THE STATS - San Antonio Spurs Play-Offs.
On the record/track sheets, students record the statistics for each game. This may be done individually, in pairs, or in groups. I sometimes assign one pair of students one statistic (Total Points, Rebounds, Assists…) and give them the corresponding tracking sheet.

After each game, I have them look up and record “their” statistic for all of the players. I have students record the stats the day after each game, but it can be done at the end of each series. This can be done in class or at home if students have internet access at home. You can print the Game Log and pass it out to students, or you can have them look up the information for themselves. Directions are included for students to look up the information for themselves. Games end late, so if they do it for homework, be sure to allow at least one extra day for students to log information.

GRAPH THE STATS – I have them track stats so that they can graph them. For this reason, I usually focus in on 5-7 stats rather than having them track all of these. Then students make graphs for all of the stats we tracked. We talk about what kind of graph makes the most sense. Then we talk about how to figure out what the graph should go up by. If we are tracking Points, we have to count by something other than 1s. If we are tracking steals, we can’t count by 10s. Depending on the age/ability of the students, sometimes we decide together what to go up by and sometimes part of the assignment is to decide for each statistic what to go up by. Sometimes, usually depending primarily on time, I assign the different stats to different students and they only make one graph. As a class we end up with every stat graphed but each student does not have to do each stat.

ANALYZE THE STATS - At the end, I have students write an analysis of the data. Depending on time, age, and ability, sometimes I have them do one paragraph for one statistic. Sometimes, I have them look at multiple stats. Higher students can write a full paper analyzing stats and comparing players. They end up with a full report (graphs and analysis). Time permitting, I have them make at least one graph on the computer. Lower students can do one paragraph on one statistic.

Analysis option 2 - pick one player. Record that players total statistics and write an analysis of that player. Higher students – full paper. Lower students – paragraph.

Compare and Contrast – Students pick two players, record the statistics for those players, calculate the differences, and write a compare and contrast paragraph or essay.
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