Basketball

One Play: The Cleveland Cavs’ Horns Play

In last night's Cavs-Celtics game, Cleveland surrendered their sixteen point first half lead. This led to a competitive end. Thus, during the second half...

Soccer

What Did We See at Old Trafford?

Boy it feels good to be back and writing articles. So sorry for the long delay, but here I want to start out with...

In a Premier State of Mind

For the first time in many years, we are finally seeing a Premier League race worth watching.   A season not marked by widespread margins...

Weekly Roundups

Basketball: Frank Vogel Falls Victim To Larry Bird's Warped Thinking Gregg Doyal discusses the circumstances behind Frank Vogel's firing. He posits that it was Larry Bird's experience in the 1980s, which was significantly warped by his team's talent, that resulted in...
Basketball: Accounting for Complementary Skill Sets When Evaluating NBA Players’ Values to a Specific Team Joseph Keuhn discusses how certain players utilize skills that make them more valuable to their teams. He refers to players like this, especially those who are...
Basketball: How The Trail Blazers Became The Hottest Team In The NBA: Love, Learning, and Losses Jason Quick discusses the route the Blazers took to becoming an effective NBA team. According to his analysis, it started this summer when the team...
Basketball: Russell Westbrook Wasn’t Supposed To Get Better Than Kevin Durant Neil Payne analyzes situations where a team's "robin" has overtaken its "batman" in terms of talent. What he finds is that unlike Scottie Pippen taking over for Michael Jordan, Pau...
Basketball: Kyrie Irving Shines Brightest ON Kobe-LeBron Night Dave McMenamin studies the relationship between Kobe Bryant and Kyrie Irving. Kobe Bryant's tutelage directly when Kyrie Irving came into the NBA effected the latter's development of a midrange game. Critiquing A Friend: Lakers'...

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