Dave uses the study of sports and economics to help understand why the bonuses given to Wall Street executives were misguided.
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Dave Berri offers a few thoughts on the NFL draft.
Paul Shirley talks about Kobe Bryant’s Achilles injury and how NBA trainers could do a better job of tracking their effectiveness.
Paul Shirley, former NBA player and author, wonders why we care so much about Brittney Griner’s ability to put a ball through a hoop.
Dave chimes in on the Forbes overrated list, which includes the work of two of the biggest names in sports stats.
Dave examines how the Rockets can win games without James Harden and if they can expect to keep up the trend.
Dave examines a potentially great Utah player getting no love.
Dave takes a break from talent evaluation in sports and instead looks at talent evaluation in movies.
Dave examines a potential sleeper pick that could solve everything for his terrible Detroit Lions
Dave examines Jean-Jacques Taylor’s definition of average as applied to the Dallas Mavericks.