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Tag Archives: James Harden
In honor of the Dallas Mavericks, who have decided to grow beards until the team record reaches the .500 mark (the Mavs are currently 21-28 and 5-5 in their last ten), it’s time to take a look at their facial … Continue reading
With the 2012-2013 season fully underway, fans can turn their attention to the various rites of autumn that accompany tip-off, the NBA’s harvest season. There are many rites to choose from: taking lots on the futures endangered coaches, overreacting to … Continue reading
It’s only the start of the NBA season and already people are yelling about a lot of stuff. Today the Discussants are accosted by one of those yellers. THE LAKERS ARE 1-3 THE ENTIRE IDEA WAS A SHAM! Jacob Greenberg: … Continue reading
Halloween is over, time to start thinking about Christmas right? While you ponder that, here are some of the articles we enjoyed most this week. CourtVision: The James Harden–Kevin Martin Shot-Chart Comparison Kirk Goldsberry Grantland There are many interesting questions … Continue reading
At the Blogs With Balls conference that I attended last weekend, advanced analytics frequently came up, and was the topic of an entire panel. As a proponent for and user of “beyond the boxscore” metrics to evaluate basketball players, I … Continue reading
This was a heavily hyped Finals matchup. Has it lived up to expectations? Jacob Greenberg: Yes, I must begrudgingly admit that these Finals have lived up to expectations. All of the games have been extremely close, competitive, and for the … Continue reading