So I've raised this before but with the increased amount of users I thought I'd bring it up again. Here is my preferred single value calculation for a players game, the Floor Impact Counter (FIC): (Points + Offensive Rebounds + .75 Defensive Rebounds + Assists + Steals + Blocks - .75 Field Goal Attempts - .375 Free Throw Attempts - Turnovers - .5 Personal Fouls) http://basketball.realgm.com/src_fromtherafters/138/20080109/the_reina_value/ I like it because it's simple and you have a rough idea of how a player has gone just by looking through the box score. Our current scoring system is good, but I feel is sometimes over complicated and double counts some stats (FG and 3PtFG, PFs and Ejections, etc). Not sure if we can use decimals in the ESPN scoring system so everything would need to be multiplied by 8 to get them all to whole numbers. Some of the averages for players from last season: LBJ: 21 KD: 18 CP3: 18 Blake: 16 Rondo: 15 Kobe: 14 Any thoughts folks?