2013 Byes



NAB Cup SC Scores

by Motts on March 19, 2013

Grabbed this from the Herald Sun tonight

TOP 10 NAB CUP AVERAGES
(min 3 games)

118.8 Daniel Rich (BL) $485,800 mid
117.0 Andrew Swallow (NM) $585,100 mid
116.8 Bachar Houli (Rich) $444,800 def
116.0 Gary Ablett (GC) $740,500 mid
112.0 Josh Kennedy (Syd) $643,000 mid
111.8 Brendon Goddard (Ess) $541,500 def/mid
109.7 Dane Swan (Coll) $675,300 mid
108.5 Jarrad McVeigh (Syd) $526,000 mid
107.5 Joel Selwood (Geel) $629,500 mid
106.5 Jack Watts (Melb) $460,100 def/fwd

BARGAIN BIN

97.0 Michael Hibberd (Ess) $395,100 def
96.8 Patrick Karnezis (BL) $262,200 fwd
82.3 Daniel Currie (NM) $109,500 ruck
80.0 Brett Goodes (WB) $128,200 mid/def
79.5 Ricky Petterd (Rich) $240,800 fwd
76.6 Brent Moloney (BL) $362,400 mid
76.6 Jordan Russell (Coll) $266,000 def
72.6 Jaeger O’Meara (GC) $115,900 mid
71.0 Dean Kent (Melb) $109,500 mid
70.0 Lewis Stevenson (PA) $115,900 def
69.8 Dean Terlich (Melb) $109,500 def
68.5 Mark Blicavs (Geel) $115,900 mid/ruck

ALARM BELLS

66.8 Travis Cloke (Coll) $436,400 fwd
64 Dustin Martin (Rich) $473,500 fwd/mid
64 Trent Cotchin (Rich) $622,100 mid
59.7 Taylor Walker (Adel) $536,000 fwd
57.3 Sam Fisher (StK) $444,100 def
57.3 Tom Scully (GWS) $424,700 mid
52.8 Shaun Atley (NM) $380,400 def
52.2 Greg Broughton (GC) $441,900 def
34.3 Tom Lee (StK) $115,900 fwd

Source: Champion Data

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Matteo March 19, 2013 at 7:12 pm

Thanks For the post Motts. Have already dropped Martin for Watts, am tempted by Rich.
Any idea when the breakevens are released?

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crabstick23 March 19, 2013 at 7:44 pm

Don’t forget to take sub affected (or effected?) scores into account when looking at these; while Dusty’s average may look bad, he actually scored 1.24 points per minute, not too much worse than your replacement Watts’ 1.7

And of course, it’s only NAB cup. I won’t be reading into it TOO much if they’re not a rook.

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Fishtopher March 19, 2013 at 9:29 pm

That’s actually a pretty big difference Crabby. If they both play about 80 minutes that an extra 35-40 points. Huge difference between a 70 and a 110.

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crabstick23 March 20, 2013 at 7:39 pm

Fair point Fish! I should’ve crunched the numbers first.

Still, as I said, NAB’s not enough for me to drop Dusty. He looked farking good against the Hawks in that first half.

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Brad March 20, 2013 at 7:41 am

Are the breakevens still about the magical number? A couple of years ago I think it was about 5017.

Scratching the grey matter here to try and remember…

It was something like average of last 3 scores, multiplied by the magical number gives you the value of the guy for those 3 weeks. Then depending on the current value of the guy, it will go up or down.

I never did figure out exactly by how much the value would increase or drop, but you’ll get an idea none the less.

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meatpies March 19, 2013 at 8:19 pm

Link below for anyone keen in getting the complete list of NAB Supercoach points

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/afl/supercoach-news/every-supercoach-score-from-the-2013-nab-cup-and-practice-matches/story-fn88c7kz-1226600597963

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Omen March 19, 2013 at 10:06 pm

How many times have you heard a player halfway through the season credit his good form to taking it easy in the pre-season? Or another player put his bad form down to struggling under media pressure about a contract negotiation? Don’t read too much of the Herald Sun.

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Nateo March 20, 2013 at 9:23 am

List is false it’s per game but no per 100 mins, martin scored 50 in like 30 points round 2

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