Move indexes are an indicator of player health and conditioning.
The moves index is measured in terms of the number of moves the player makes over a given time period.
There are no positional moves, such as “pass” and “block.”
Move indexes have been used in the NBA for several years now.
As of December 2017, the league’s top three teams in the moves index have played 13.4 million minutes, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
The moves index measures a player’s overall physical and mental state.
This could indicate a player is improving, but also indicate that a player may have been injured or could be dealing with a mental or physical issue.
It’s possible a player with a big jumpshot could be the reason why his moves index dropped, but the index is also indicative of how far he’s progressed in the past year.
As for who should be considered a move index champion, the best and worst in the league are quite evenly split.
For example, there is one player who is currently the best in the rankings, which is Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry.
However, there are two players that are currently the worst in this category, and that player is Atlanta Hawks forward Al Horford.
The Warriors have struggled this year, as Curry has averaged 17.4 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.3 steals per game.
The Hawks are tied with the Warriors for the second-worst points per game in the conference.
As the rankings move into January, the Hawks are expected to move into the top 10 of the moveset, but not the top two.
This is partly due to the Hawks having a much better record and partly due a new addition to the roster that will help the Hawks as they get ready for the playoffs.
Atlanta’s only other player to rank in the top 20 is Kevin Durant, who has averaged 26.7 points, 8.1 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 2.4 steals per contest this season.
The Rockets, Cavaliers and 76ers are also expected to get a boost in the standings with new acquisitions and new starters.
The Rockets are currently sitting at the top of the league, with the 76ers sitting at number two.
The best and bad in the Rockets moveset is guard Patrick Beverley, who currently has an 8.4 moves index.
Beverley is currently second in the ratings with 9.5 moves.
He’s ranked third among players in the two-guard, two-quarterback and four-point-play categories.
Beverley is coming off of a season in which he averaged 17 points, 7.3 assists and 3.3 turnovers per game for the Rockets.
The 6-foot-8, 250-pounder is also a plus defender, but is far from a lockdown defender.
The 21-year-old has struggled mightily this year with injuries, as he has missed 16 games due to various ailments.