Use the filter below to view both average player possessions by minute of the game (blue bar) and effectiveness of the team during those minutes (orange line) when the player is on the court

The effectiveness shown is an average of NetRating (points scored per 100 possessions - points allowed per 100 possessions).
This average also takes into account the NetRating generated in the previous and next minute in order to smooth the data somewhat. This will mean that players such as Adam Gibson who have played no minutes early in the first quarter will have their orange rating line begin one minute prior to the blue possessions bar. This is a product of the algorithm attempting to smooth itself.

The black dotted line shows 0 NetRating. If the NetRating curve is above this, the team is a net positive during this time, if it's below - the team is a net negative.
The orange dotted line shows the team average net rating for each quarter, regardless of who's on the court.

The blue bars show average total possessions (both offensive and defensive) this player has played during this minute of each quarter.
One bar represents one minute. For example the first bar in each quarter represents 10:00 -> 9:00 on the clock.

This blue bar is an attempt to represent when each player is likely on or off the court, based on the games played so far this season.

Example Usage:
Set the filter to Tom Jervis
The blue bars show the majority of Jervis' possessions during the first quarter are predominantly during the first 5 minutes, which is in line with what would be expected from a starter.
The orange bar in the fourth quarter shows that the team has performed well when Jervis has been on the court during this time (although the blue bars would indicate he has been used sparingly in these minutes). The same is true at the end of the first quarter.
The third quarter is interesting because the orange effectiveness line follows closely the blue possession bars. This would indicate that Jervis has been used correctly during this time, playing the largest number of possessions during his most effective time, and being removed from the court when he has become less effective.