Arturo deals with all the pending business from Round 2 and 3 and finds that the Top two players in the playoffs may just be the critical matchup in the Finals.
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Dre examines the two Staples Center tenants. The Lakers have been the pinnacle of success. The Clippers have been the exact opposite. Yet in a mere two seasons the Clippers are now a more popular product.
Devin examines the durability of #1 and #2 picks during the lottery era.
Dre reviews Kirk Goldsberry and Eric Weiss’ paper on interior defense that they will be presenting at this years Sloan Analytics conference.
Voters, we need to talk. Andre Drummond is the rookie of the year. This is not a question, it is a fact! Andre Drummond is outperforming his peers at an insane rate. It’s not even close. Even if Drummond doesn’t suit up for the rest of the season, it would …
The Weekly Wages of Wins videocast. In which the Sacramento Supersonics, Rajon Rondo, Dwight Howard, the All-Star game, and George Karl are discussed.
Dre answers a question about why the Lakers are “underperforming” this season.
Devin takes a look at the All-Star starters — who got snubbed and who shouldn’t have made it.
In the first edition of the Wages of Wins 5 on 5, we discuss the Lakers, Awards Races, disappointments, and Phil Jackson.
Dre and Jeremy examine the recent “Kobe Assist” presented by Kirk Goldsberry. They show how he airballed but how he can turn the research into an amazing slam dunk.