A team's offense can be checked across 7 different stats:
A team's offensive 3-point field goal percentage is its made 3-point shots divided by its attempted 3-point shots.
3P% = 3PM / 3PA * 100
Michigan State led the country in 3P% with a 43.4% clip in 2015-2016.
The Spartans attempted 739 3-point shots and made 321 of them.
3P% = 321 / 739 * 100 = 43.4%
In comparison, Prairie View A&M ranked dead last in 3P% in 2015-2016, shooting 27.3% from behind the 3-point line.
A team's offensive 2-point field goal percentage is its 2-point makes divided by its 2-point attempts.
2P% = 2PM / 2PA * 100
2016 NCAA Champion Villanova posted a 2P% of 57.4%. That ranked 2nd amongst all Division-I teams.
The Wildcats made 739 of 1288 2-point shot attempts.
2P% = 739 / 1288 * 100 = 57.38
In comparison, Quinnipiac shot 38.3% from 2-point land, that was dead last amongst all teams in 2015-2016.
A team's offensive free throw percentage is its free throw makes divided by its free throw attempts.
FT% = FTM / FTA * 100
Maryland made 572 free throws out of 745 attempts in 2015-2016. At 77%, Maryland ranked 8th in the country.
FT% = 572 / 745 * 100 = 76.78
And in comparison, Harvard shot 59.1% from the free throw line. This was rated second-to-last amongst all Division-I teams in 2015-2016.
A team's offensive block percentage is its opponents total blocked shots divided by the team's 2-point field goal attempts.
Blk% = Opp. blocks / 2PA * 100
Ohio State only had 5.8% of its shots blocked by opponents in 2015-2016. This was good for 4th in the nation.
The Buckeyes attempted 1340 2-point shots and opponents blocked 78 of those attempts.
Blk = 78 / 1340 * 100 = 5.82%
Virginia Tech had 13.9% of its shots blocked in 2015-2016. That clip ranks 349th in the country.
A team's offensive steal percentage is its opponents number of steals divided by the team's offensive possessions.
Stls% = Opp. steals / Offensive Possessions
Kentucky's steals percentage was 6.3% in 2015-2016. This means only 6.3% of Kentucky's offensive possessions ended with their opponent stealing the ball. It was good for 4th in the country.
The Wildcats had about 2,477 offensive possessions and their opponents recorded 155 steals.
Stls% = 155 / 2477 * 100 = 6.26
In comparison, Colorado registered an offensive steals percentage of 10.5%. This means 10.5% of Colorado's offensive possessions ended with their opponent stealing the ball. The 10.5% clip was 327th in the country.
A team's offensive assist percentage is its total amount of assists divided by its made field goals. This includes both 3-point and 2-point makes.
A% = Total team assists / FGM * 100
Evansville posted a 67.7% assist rate in 2015-2016, good for 2nd in the nation. The Purple Aces had 595 assists on 879 made baskets.
A% = 595 / 879 * 100 = 67.69
North Dakota State, a 12-seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament, only posted 43.9% assist percentage in the same season. This ranked 334th amongst all Division-I teams.
A team's offensive 3-point attempt percentage is the percentage of 3-point shots it attempts divided by its total shot attempts. It answers the question, does this team shoot a lot of 3-point shots?
3PA% = 3PA / FGA * 100
In 2015-2016, Wyoming led all Division-I teams with 52.9% of shots coming from behind the 3-point line.
Wyoming attempted 829 3-pointers out of 1570 total shot attempts.
3PA% = 829 / 1570 * 100 = 52.85
In contrast, Florida Golf Coast attempted only 24.7% of its shots behind the 3-point line. That's percentage was second to last in the country.