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A/T ( Basketball )

Assist to Turnover (AT) Ratio:
Assist to turnover ratio (AT) is a basketball  (external link) statistic used to out a player’s number of assists in context with the number of turnovers they have caused.

It is intended to be representative of a player’s ball control. The theory behind the statistic is that a player who creates more assists (passes that create a point) while limiting turnovers (the number of times they lose the ball) has better ball control.

Like all sports statistics, it is an indicator that among many that do not always tell the entire story of a player’s ability. One challenge with assist to turnover , for example, would be player who frequently scores may have a low number of assists (as points scored do not affect AT) and also a relatively higher number of turnovers (as they may also take the ball closer to the net) and therefore have a lower AT ratio than a player who focuses on assists as opposed to scoring.

Equation: Assist to turnover ratio (AT) is calculated as Assists / Turnovers


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