Check out Freakonomics for a guest post by none other than our esteemed General Manager David Berri. Monopoly vs. Monopsony: The Economic Battlefield of the NBA Lockout Dave reviews some of the problems in the lockout including. Monopolies vs. Monopsonies: As Patrick went over a while back the NBA players …
All wins are not created equal. When we say Kevin Love is worth $45 million and Kobe Bryant is “only” worth $20 million, we leave out the fact that wins are worth more in Los Angeles than Minnesota. This didn’t sit well with Arturo, our Director of Analytics. He decided …
Dre takes a look at the research from Chris Chabris about how our brains fool us and how the NBA owners have fooled themselves.
Dre reviews the best Spurs based on their prime years spent in San Antonio.
Some good linking links with Dave Berri talking the lockout and attractiveness in NFL quarterbacks.
Dre looks at the top performers in the 1995 playoffs which featured some marquee match ups with Shaq, Jordan and Hakeem. The surprise though is that the real stars were Horace Grant and Clyde Drexler!
Dre examines the NBA owners and how their lack of basic financial understanding means their lockout won’t solve a thing.
Devin shares a few highlights from a great article on exploitation in the NCAA.
In his latest for the Huffington Post, Dave Berri responds to Sports Illustrated.
Dre puts together his all time Nuggets time using the top players from their primes. The Run and Gun Nuggets of the 80s pair with the 2000s Nuggets for a killer combination.