Speed: The earliest timing a shot can result in a green. A lowew number results in a quicker shot which means it is easier to get shots up before the contest arrives.
Green Window: The Earliest possible green timing through the latest possible green timing. A wider window is better.
Early Average: The rate shots in the first 1/3 of the green window go in.
Middle Average: The rate shots timed right in the middle of the green window go in.
Late Average: The rate shots timed in the final 1/3 of the green window go in.
Star Rating: The average rating other 2KLab members give this release.
First select 1 or more shots by clicking their checkbox. You can then view their make rate on the line graph to easily compare multiple releases or custom shots.
After picking the shot you would like to test connect a controller via Bluetooth or USB cable and make sure the shot you would like to test is the most recent box checked on the table.
You can then begin taking shots by pressing X/Square and the timings will begin popping up on the screen.
For these tests we are taking a 200 shot sample every 5mS throughout the green window for a shot. These charts tell us which shots are the fastest and most green while ignoring the new A, B, C and D system in place.
These releases are intended to be paired with the bases page. We will be adding to this table as shots finish running. This year it takes around 12 hours for a full jumpshot test to run.