Why is it sometimes good to make important decisions based on data and not just feelings?
Because a goal conceded in the last second is often not crucial, even though it seems so.
It is logical that the most efficient players play in the last minutes of the game, and this was not the case in this game.
Throughout the match, CSM Bucuresti played more efficiently when Emilie Hegh Arntzen played – 56% (14/25) than when Elizabeth Omoregie played 42% (18/43).
Not only did Omoregie play 43 attacks, but she also replaced Arntzen in the final 5 minutes with a 29:27 lead.
If coach Adrian Vasile knew that then, we are convinced he would not have made that substitution.
Another important piece of information by which CSM could avoid deciding a game in the last second is deciding how to attack because playing with one pivot 25% (5/20) was significantly less effective than attacking with two pivots 62% (13/21)
Some coaches feel things like this during a game, and we think using data can help us when the feeling is deceiving us.
HE: The app reveals data to us during the game to help make important decisions in a timely manner.
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