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== Player DNA ==
 
== Player DNA ==
  
All players have a strand of DNA which contains a breakdown of what they do for their team on offense. This DNA is divided into seven categories:
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All players have a strand of DNA which contains a breakdown of what they do for their team on offense. This DNA is divided into seven categories: Isolation, Pick and Roll Ballhandler, Pick and Roll Man, Cuts, Off-Ball Screens, Spot Up and Post Up. Each category makes up a percentage of a player's DNA and determines how frequently they utilise each offensive strategy. This data is based off actual NBA statistics compiled by Synergy Sports and is updated daily as part of the [[NBA Live 365]] feature. The DNA for each individual player is factored into the overall Team DNA data.
 
 
*Isolation
 
*Pick and Roll Hhandler
 
*Pick and Roll Man, Cuts
 
*Off-Ball Screens
 
*Spot Up
 
*Post Up
 
 
 
Each category makes up a percentage of a player's DNA (adding up to 100%) and determines how frequently they utilise each offensive strategy. This data is based off actual NBA statistics compiled by Synergy Sports and is updated daily as part of the [[NBA Live 365]] feature. The DNA for each individual player is factored into the overall Team DNA data. Users can also edit Player DNA manually as desired.
 
  
 
== DNA Tendencies ==
 
== DNA Tendencies ==
  
 
In addition to a breakdown of a player's preferred offensive strategy, each player has a tendency chart which determines a player's most likely action when they receive the ball in a certain area of the floor, such as going left or right or pulling up for a jumpshot. This does not necessarily represent a player's most successful tendencies but indicates what they are most likely to do on the court, providing deeper logic for the CPU and a guide for the human user. It may be used as a tool on offense to find out how players prefer to play in certain positions or as a tool on defense to anticipate what a player is likely to do.
 
In addition to a breakdown of a player's preferred offensive strategy, each player has a tendency chart which determines a player's most likely action when they receive the ball in a certain area of the floor, such as going left or right or pulling up for a jumpshot. This does not necessarily represent a player's most successful tendencies but indicates what they are most likely to do on the court, providing deeper logic for the CPU and a guide for the human user. It may be used as a tool on offense to find out how players prefer to play in certain positions or as a tool on defense to anticipate what a player is likely to do.
 
Tendencies are broken down into the following categories:
 
 
*Left Post Tendency
 
*Right Post Tendency
 
*Left Perimeter Tendency
 
*Right Perimeter Tendency
 
*Middle Perimeter Tendency
 
 
 
Within each category, tendencies are broken down into the following behaviour:
 
 
*Turn Left (Post)
 
*Turn Right (Post)
 
*Faceup (Post)
 
*Go Left (Perimeter)
 
*Go Right (Perimeter)
 
*Shoot (Perimeter)
 
  
 
== Team DNA ==
 
== Team DNA ==

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