Praise for

"The world's best hoops history site."

"Thanks for the most important website I use to prepare for games. You are the BEST!"

Jim Petersen, former NBA player and television analyst for the Minnesota Timberwolves.


Slate Magazine

"Equal parts research library and playground, is on that short list of sites that makes me wonder how we ever got along without the Internet."

—King Kaufman, sports columnist for

" has become the first place I go when I'm looking for NBA statistics."

—David Leonhardt, writer for The New York Times

"['s] database is a gift straight from the basketball gods."

—Eric Neel, columnist for

" is the first site I go to for player stats. It's thorough and accurate, and I like the variety of information it provides."

—Chris Young, sports columnist for the Toronto Star

" is the site I go to in order to look up player stats, both conventional and non-conventional."

—Dean Oliver, author of Basketball on Paper and consultant to the Denver Nuggets

" is an amazing resource for any kind of NBA statistical analysis, particularly with career long looks, or historical evaluations. The site constantly seems to add in the latest thinking from the basketball stats community, while maintaining a very user-friendly layout. As the name implies, it's the premier basketball reference."

—Roland Beech, creator of

"When I have a question about basketball statistics, is the first place I look."

—Kevin Pelton, writer for

" is an invaluable resource for writers, number-crunchers and fans. It puts all the necessary statistical and biographical information on NBA and ABA players and coaches a mouse click away."

—Robert Bradley, president of the Association for Professional Basketball Research and author of The Compendium of Professional Basketball

" is the single most valuable reference tool for anyone who is a fan of the NBA. The wealth of information that Justin has compiled is second to none."

—Brian Dulik, sports columnist for The (Medina) Gazette / (Elyria) Chronicle-Telegram

" is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in using NBA statistical evidence or simply wanting to better understand the history of the NBA. We in the basketball stats community have been blessed with several new and exciting data sources, but what separates Justin from the pack is that he is an active member of this community and incorporates what he learns into his statistical database."

—Dan Rosenbaum, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and consultant to the Cleveland Cavaliers

" is like that player who always boxes you out, always pressures the ball and never forces a shot. Justin does whatever it takes to win."

—Sean Forman, creator of