Crowdsourcing minute projections for 2021

(Photo by Ryan Messier/Paint Touches)

I spent a whole lot of words spelling out how I thought the minute distributions would look like for Marquette this season, but as I said in that post, there’s a ton of conjecture there not grounded in empirical evidence. I’m fully cognizant of that limitation.

So I really am looking for help to see where everyone lands. When you have a moment, head over to the Google Doc (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-nvfGS7aaq-oZnsunRv5O7fjkDFaK5q3lrDAjkpCeMw/edit?usp=sharing), put your name in one of the empty boxes and fill out your minute projections (making sure each of the columns adds up to 40). Also, be sure to input a number in each cell (including 0s) or it messes up the average.

The “Crowdsourced” tab should be formatted to average all the responses correctly. Once we get a large enough sample, we’ll have a much better idea of what to expect.

Hit me up on Twitter (@PaintTouches) if you run into any technical issues.

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