Distro is the number of plays run specifically for that player. This may result in a shot attempt, a foul, or a TO. It may be affected by opposing defensive sets or doubleteams. It is also affected by who else is on the floor with that player. For example, if all players on the floor at one time have a distro of 10 then there is a 20% chance of a play being run for a specific player. However, if there is one player with a 10 distro and 4 players with a 1 distro, the odds for the player with the 10 increase dramatically. Distro does NOT include normal position activity such as bringing the ball upcourt, passing during play set up, rebounding, or steals while that player is on defense.