Illinois Fighting Illini

#50 Overall 10th in BIG10 Tournament Odds: 21.7%
2019-20 Season
#16 ‐ #110 Off-Def
#16 Offense
#110 Defense
#50 Overall
Team Stats
Season
2019-20
2018-19
2017-18
2016-17
2015-16
2014-15
2013-14
2012-13
2011-12
2010-11
2009-10
2008-09
2007-08
2006-07
2005-06
2004-05
2003-04
2002-03
2001-02
2000-01
1999-00
Off Rating Def Rating Pace Consistency nERD
0.950 0.690 0.722 0.944 9.47
0.397 0.285 0.708 0.583 5.52
0.655 0.492 0.633 0.922 4.80
0.515 0.720 0.383 0.734 8.03
0.425 0.296 0.364 0.716 2.79
0.669 0.798 0.486 0.997 8.45
0.305 0.815 0.107 0.545 8.24
0.713 0.579 0.456 0.525 10.15
0.472 0.604 0.371 0.698 6.55
0.853 0.663 0.615 0.357 13.10
0.635 0.615 0.708 0.664 9.12
0.633 0.951 0.395 0.581 12.05
0.233 0.816 0.454 0.368 8.44
0.476 0.984 0.525 0.729 10.95
0.842 0.975 0.463 0.575 14.30
0.992 0.918 0.566 0.475 20.13
0.905 0.874 0.712 0.705 13.62
0.957 0.934 0.636 0.360 15.63
0.947 0.725 0.917 0.714 15.14
0.937 0.889 0.808 0.372 19.13
0.709 0.962 0.919 0.875 15.55

Notes:

Offense and defense analytics refers to the percentile of that team's efficiency. A score of 99% would mean that this team's offense/defense is better than 99% of all teams. Pace refers to the speed of play, and consistency refers to the predictability of their performance (lower means more consistent). These are in percentile form as well.

nERD measures overall team efficiency. It is an estimate of a team's score differential against a league-average team on a neutral court. For example, if Duke's nERD is 12.4 and Syracuse's nERD is 6.5, we would expect Duke to win by 5.9 points on a neutral court.