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05 – West Brom, Exciting Times Were Had

Ashwin, Jim, and Jordan recap this week’s important matches!

Why The NBA Analytics Community Dislikes Kyrie Irving, RotoDen, And The Future Of Sports:...

Hey all, So, first, some good news. Now I will be serving as an editor at the new sports website, RotoDen. This is an awesome...

My Very Detailed, Way Too Long Analysis Of The Cavaliers’ and Warriors’ Offenses

The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers have played each other nineteen times over the past three years. The Warriors have won eleven of...

Isaiah Thomas’s Defense Is About To Become A Big Problem

The past forty-eight hours have been a dream for Celtics fans. They beat the Wizards to go to their first conference finals since 2012, got...

Stop Saying “Chris Paul Is Not A Winner”

The Utah Jazz beat the Los Angeles Clippers in seven games. It was the closest series so far this postseason in terms of point...

Playoff Strategy: Can Oklahoma City Defend Houston’s High Pick-And-Roll?

This season James Harden has arguably been the best player in NBA history at attacking via the high pick-and-roll. On this play, where the...

Playoff Strategy: The Jazz Cannot Defend The Clippers’ Pick-And-Roll

Per Synergy Sports, the Los Angeles Clippers rank as the fourth best team at attacking via a pick-and-roll ball handler (.919 points per possession)...

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...

Jusuf Nurkić’s Injury And The Portland Trailblazers’ Future

On February 13, 2017, Neil Olshey traded Mason Plumlee to the Denver Nuggets for a future first round pick and Denver's little-used backup center...

An In-Depth Look At How The Spurs’ Suffocating Defense Is Making Them The Best...

Since I was a little kid, every NBA season had a moment where I thought to myself, "the San Antonio Spurs are the best...

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