Scoring 50 in the NBA – Everything you need to know

We (and yes, I am including you) have been starving for the NBA to come back, willing it to take any form. Straight to the playoffs, group play, 72-game season, whatever, bring it back now. We will take it. The quality of play may be questionable, but let's not pretend that the NBA's worst is… Continue reading Scoring 50 in the NBA – Everything you need to know


George McCloud, a three point pioneer

The three-pointer has gone from gimmick to a staple to the NBA. The youth of today are modeling their games after sharp shooters like Steph Curry and James Harden. Just look at the below charts illustrated below with the average three pointers attempted and made per game year by year in the NBA. Its growth… Continue reading George McCloud, a three point pioneer


Fueling Championships – Five Stars

This is a historic post. For the first time ever, I am using the analysis of a friend. That friend is Steve. He emailed me the other day (that is how you know you're officially old, your friends email you and say stuff like, "please see attached" or "be advised") about this segment he heard… Continue reading Fueling Championships – Five Stars


NFL Passing Leaders

The NFL has continued to push the league towards offense and points - primarily fueled by passing - which is more appealing to the general audience. Its been expedited with continued rule changes, inventive offenses, and deeper analytics. Just a week or so ago, the NFL passed rules to allow for review of PIs and… Continue reading NFL Passing Leaders

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BYU v Utah: what this rivalry means

It's rivalry week and one that I look forward to every year, with somewhat measured enthusiasm. The rivalry means something to me, 100% and I will not pretend it doesn't. I grew up a Cougar, but became a Ute. Its a unique position to know what the other side feels. This game is personal for… Continue reading BYU v Utah: what this rivalry means