The past two days I have had two articles posted at Time.com. Today’s story looks at Sex and the Super Bowl. Yesterday I looked at how losing inefficient scorers helps an NBA team win more games.
Currently browsing author
Stat analysis doesn’t help many sports fans. And other stuff I have done lately.
Recently I have made a number of comments on college sports. Links are presented here. I also note the productivity of the players currently playing for the University of Kentucky.
Here is quite a bit more on my latest for Time.com. And yes, it goes on and on and on…
Does Kobe shoot too much? Is it a problem when college football rivalries end? Two stories that are unrelated (but did appear in the past week).
Jonathan Weiler discusses the lack of productivity from Andrea Bargnani, a story that is still not understood by the media that covers the Knicks.
My latest for Time.com explores immigration and sports.
My latest for Time.com discusses exploitation in Men’s College Basketball.
My latest for Time.com focuses on Kobe, Jordan, and a few other shooting guards.
Bill James recently offered some very interesting thoughts on baseball stats. And apparently he is not a fan of WAR.