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February 07, 2015

"The Rockets Have Taken Their Radical Offense To New Extremes — And It Could Change The NBA Forever"

The consensus now is that medium-range jumpers are losers.

"What Everyone Knows About Deflate-gate"


One of the commenters writes, "Those who can, do. Those who can't, report on gossip about the doers."

February 03, 2015

"College basketball’s one-and-done rule must be done with immediately"

John Feinstein argues for a change that would help reduce the terrible "student-athlete" scandals in college basketball.

February 01, 2015

"Soft Football, Hard Science"

Daniel Engber at Slate, nicely done:

That’s the lesson of #deflategate and the egghead-meathead nexus it revealed. Football-talk could use a bit more science. But science-talk could use a bit more football.

January 31, 2015

"Research explains why so many people are obsessed with sports"

Piece argues that it's all about the hormones.

January 28, 2015

"Dear Patriots Haters"


(Personally, no matter who it is, I'm tired of trial-by-leaks.)

January 25, 2015

"Messi-To-Neymar Is As Beautiful As Soccer Gets"

You just don't see things like this every game.

"NFL Draft Experts Hated The Draft That Turned The Seahawks Into The Best Team In The League"

Worth remembering if you read those "expert" evaluations of NFL drafts.

The 2012 NFL Draft is the biggest reason why the Seattle Seahawks have been the best team in the league over the last two years. . . .

They drafted five players that have become a part of their core, and got many of them in the late rounds . . . 

January 10, 2015

"That's Deep, Man"

How Aaron Rodgers throws the deep ball.

(I'm psyched for Ice Bowl II--The Revenge.)

January 09, 2015

"The bizarre, multibillion-dollar industry of American fantasy sports"

Supposedly, $11 billion per year.

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