Jeremy and Dre take a look at the clutchest players in 2010-2011 and examine how clutch may be overrated.
Currently I am involved with an assortment of projects. So my ability to contribute in this forum (or for any other blog I am involved with) is limited. Although I am not writing much on-line (I am writing quite a bit elsewhere), I am still reading stuff. And here is …
Jen Rhee and the crack team at BusinessDegree.net have a great visualization of Jeremy Lin and even a comparison to Kobe Bryant!
Dre compares Jeremy Lin to some other NBA greats.
Dre looks at even more lessons learned from Jeremy Lin and how the NBA has been reacting to him.
Arturo looks at modeling the NBA draft and how there’e value to be found everywhere.
My latest for Freakonomics – Ball Hogs and Long Meetings – allows me to express my general dislike of meetings (a sentiment — as my colleagues at Southern Utah University know — I express at every meeting I attend). In addition to expressing my dislike of meetings, my post also …
Greg Steele examines the up and coming talent that is Jeremy Lin and if anyone could have had any idea!
I ran into a post on Marginal Revolution about Jeremy Lin, titled “Is Jeremy Lin a Fluke?”: Nate Silver says no. I say that in Mike D’Antoni’s offensive schemes a lot of point guards reap more than the statistics they would pick up on other teams and from other offenses, and …
Mosi Platt from the Miami Heat Index and Profesor David Berri discuss all time greats, NBA superstars and where Dwight will wind up.