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Category Archives: Monday Media
Advancing methodically, the NBA is embracing analytics and making them the new normal. This offseason footed the bill to install and run SportVU player tracking cameras in the remaining arenas that didn’t have them, institutionalizing complex data. Last month it … Continue reading
The above image, featuring “C-Webb’s Keys to the Game” for last night’s Heat-Hawks game, has been making the rounds today, and with good reason. Most “Keys to the Game” double as vapid statements (Play Your Game) or are statistical platitudes … Continue reading
This week’s sports controversy du jour—Bay Area radio broadcaster Damon Bruce’s profoundly misogynistic rant—was somehow prompted by last week’s sports controversy du jour—Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito’s abuse of teammate Jonathan Martin. Sports controversy Inception or something. There has been plenty … Continue reading
With a helter-skelter start to the regular season preventing any dominant narratives from developing, the offseason’s heavy discussion of tanking has continued. Driven hard throughout the summer months by TrueHoop’s Tank Week and Henry Abbott’s continued writing on the topic, … Continue reading
In the run-up to every NBA season, it seems like everybody publishes some sort of Twitter must follow or top NBA blog list. Pointing readers to other sources of information they might not know about is great, but most lists suffer in … Continue reading
“Oh Dear God!” When those are the first words out of a General Manager’s mouth at a press conference, you know it’s going to be a good one. For the entire summer, the main story surrounding the Portland Trail Blazers … Continue reading
The NBA season is too long. The last two months of the regular season are an uninteresting wait for the playoffs, and the schedule is so compact that “schedule losses” are a very real phenomenon. There are too many injuries … Continue reading