All Forums > Hoops Dynasty Basketball > Rupp > Player Distribution and it's relationship to PE
9/13/2012 12:42 AM

I'm aware that Playing Time and Minutes are important in improving a player's skills (along with, of course, their potential)...however, I am trying to figure out if the rate at which a player improves their PE/LP is affected by their distribution percentage.  For example, if I start John Smith, he plays around 20 minutes, and I set is distribution to 1%, will he improve in PE/LP slower than if I start him, he plays around 20 minutes, but has a distribution of 20%?  IAnybody have any insight?  Thanks!

9/13/2012 12:58 AM
I've never heard of dist having effect on improvement.
9/13/2012 1:34 AM
good question.  I'm interested in what people think about this as well.
9/13/2012 10:09 AM
Sublight is right AFAIK, it only matters how many minutes he plays, not how many shots he takes.
9/13/2012 7:13 PM
Thanks for sharing carl3298 and sublightd
9/21/2012 7:59 PM
Does that not seem backwards? If a guy shoots the ball 10 times and a guy shoots te ball once the guy shooting the ball 10 times should show faster improvement due to the effort he is putting in???
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