Shot Charts

Jason Thomas shows us how to create an NBA-style shot chart using Power BI:

My entry is an analysis of the first 35 games played by Stephen Curry from the Golden State Warriors in NBA. The main feature of the entry is a Shot chart which shows the position from which he attempted his shots and the color denotes whether he made or missed it.

Jason also asks you to vote on his contest entry if you think it’s good.

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