migya wrote:There can be a points system for each criterion I list above. It would likely not be perfect but no criteria system is.
Something like 1-10 scoring system for each category; So a 10 for Production of that player could be attributed to the elite, like Jordan, Chamberlain and so forth, players that produced alot stat wise. A player like McHale would get like a 7, as he did produce well, just not like the mentioned players.
This score for that particular category can be multiplied bby every other category, so a guy like Lebron, who gets 10 for Production of that player category, gets a fairly low score in the Length of high performance in career category because he has only been around for three years.
That would give a pretty good rating score for all the players
I find that system a bit too complicated. How would you calculate the final rating?. Adding all those scores?. By average?.
And the younger players still would be penalized a lot...
I'd like to keep it simple and give a single rating to the whole team.
But whatever. If everybody wants to do it that way, I'm ok with that, too.