Economist Shane Sanders offers an interesting discussion of triathlons.
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Julien Rodger discusses a proposal to add more excitement to the Major League Baseball season.
An attempt to explain the question WAR answers and the questions WAR is not going to answer
Jonathan Weiler discusses a recent column by Bill Simmons on Carmelo Anthony. DJ provides an assist!
On Friday I took a test on LeBron’s move back to Cleveland. Let’s say I didn’t score a 100%.
Here are the college Wins Produced numbers for the players selected out of college in the 2014 NBA draft. Make sure you read all qualifiers before adopting any emotional response!
Rich Campbell is a marketing professor I used to work with at Cal-State Bakersfield. We have both moved on from CSUB (I am at Southern Utah University and Rich is at Sonoma State). But we still keep in touch. Recently Rich decided to include me in his work on sports …
Here are some links to radio interviews (and/or podcasts). The topic covered include tennis, the World Cup, the NBA Draft, the Clippers, and LeBron James.
My latest for the Atlantic looks at the NBA draft. And the biggest gathering of sports economists in the world is this weekend!
Jonathan Weiler comments on the relative merits of John Stockton and Isiah Thomas. If you are an Isiah fan… well, this may not make you happy!