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Traditionally, New Year’s Day is the day for people to watch college football. When I was growing up, there weren’t many bowl games on any other day. Of course, now there are 35 bowl games and January 1st isn’t so special. That being said, football will start in about an …
Chris Herring of the Wall Street Journal and I debated the value of Carmelo Anthony on Christmas.
Julien Rodger proposes a simple method to stop tanking — the double-edge lottery sword!
Right now I am thinking about the Lions collapse. But I don’t want to talk about that! So let’s talk about Rudy Gay again…
People think the “Thunder Plan” is to lose a bunch of games and get picks at the top of the draft. When we look at the numbers, though, a different “truth” emerges.
The early returns on the Raptors without Rudy Gay once again illustrate how inefficient scorers — that PER argues are above-average — are not helpful players.
The Suns are suddenly contenders this season. The box score allows us to name the name that is primarily responsible for the changes we see in Phoenix.
This is the 10th season of Charlotte Bobcat basketball in the NBA. So far, it hasn’t been very inspiring. The Bobcats have only made one trip to the playoffs and have never won a playoff game. If the season ended right now, though, the Bobcats would be the 7th seed …
Winning in the NBA can be tricky, but Alexander Barza shares a secret that most successful NBA teams already know.