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basketball-reference-scraper · PyPI

basketball_reference_scraper. Basketball Reference is a great resource to aggregate statistics ...

basketball-reference-web-scraper · PyPI

Basketball Reference is a great site (especially for a basketball stats nut like me), and ...

Scraping Basketball Reference - Eyal Shafran

Date Wed 18 October 2017 By Eyal Category Code Tags python / NBA / web scraping / basketball-reference In this post I'm going to scrape www.basketball-reference.com in order to get some generic information for every player that played in the NBA.

Intro to Scraping Basketball Reference data | by Michael ...

From a sports-reference site, like basketball-reference.com, it’s easy to grab one table. You don’t need to do it programmatically, you can copy and paste or even “export to CSV”.

API - Basketball Reference Web Scraper

The structure of the API is due to the unique URL pattern that Basketball Reference has for getting play-by-play data which depends on the date of the game and the home team. Python Data Structures. from basketball_reference_web_scraper import client from basketball_reference_web_scraper.data import Team client.play_by_play(home_team=Team ...

GitHub - jaebradley/basketball_reference_web_scraper: NBA ...

Basketball Reference is a great site (especially for a basketball stats nut like me), and hopefully they don't get too pissed off at me for creating this.. I initially wrote this library as an exercise for creating my first PyPi package - hope you find it valuable!

Intro to Scraping NBA Data with BeautifulSoup | by Dan Watson ...

In this post, we walk through setting up a virtual environment for our python packages and then scrape data from basketball-reference.com with beautifulsoup.

Scrape Tabular Data with Python. How to scrape NBA players ...

df from beautifulsoup by Yufeng. To move the first row to the headers, simply type. df.columns = df.iloc[0,:] df.drop(index=0,inplace=True) To get all the tables of the page in the same way as the first table (tables[0]), I created a dictionary and use the attribute ‘id’ of each table as the key within the for-loop.