The NBA sent out some figures regarding the use of the NBA Replay Center. While it was created to enhance the performance of NBA referees, reduced the average time of reviews by more than 50 percent compared to the previous season. Over 51 percent of the plays looked at by the Replay Center were the combination of two-point/three-point made field goals and end-of-period made field goals. Those two types of plays also required the two shortest average replay times.
Final statistics for the regular season included:
- The NBA Replay Center conducted 2,162 reviews, averaging 42.1 seconds.
- 1,596 replays were upheld or overturned. 80.8 percent of these calls were upheld (1,289) while 19.2 percent were overturned (307).
- NBA Replay Center monitored a total of 1,225 games, averaging approximately 1.76 reviews per game.
- The top two triggers the NBA Replay Center reviewed this season were the two-point/three-point made field goal (623 instances) and end-of-period made field goal (482 instances).
- 858 live look-ins to the NBA Replay Center from across the country were conducted by the NBA’s national television partners and regional sports networks