Basketball Power Index
The Basketball Power Index (BPI) is a team rating system that accounts for the final score, pace of play, site, strength of opponent and absence of key players in every Division I men's game. BPI can be used to measure both how well a team has performed (going far beyond just wins and losses) and how powerful it is likely to be going forward.
No data for the 2016-17 season.
- BPI: The College Basketball Power Index, on a 0-100 scale (50 is average; higher is better).
- BPI RK: Rank of overall BPI among Division I teams.
- RAW: Team rating without accounting for opponent strength, on a 0-100 scale.
- RAW RK: Rank of raw rating among D-I teams, from highest to lowest.
- SOS: Strength of schedule as calculated within the BPI system (50 is average; higher represents harder schedule).
- SOS RK: Rank of SOS as calculated within the BPI system among D-I teams, from hardest to easiest
- CONF RK: Rank among teams in conference in BPI
- VAR: Average difference between team's game BPI and season BPI, a measure of game-by-game variation (higher represents more inconsistent).
- VAR RK: Rank of VAR among D-I teams, from highest (most inconsistent) to lowest (most consistent).
- AVG GAME WT: Average weight of games based on team or opponents missing key players; maximum is 1.0.
- PVA: BPI on the scale of points (same ordering); expected point margin vs an average opponent in an average-pace game on a neutral court.