Kirk Goldsberry tweeted the below image (I added some notes on there) out a few days ago. (He is a great follow on Twitter and has some cool illustrations. He made a really cool map of the NBA's most important moments, players, etc. Anyway.) And it caught my attention. This image coupled with the "Steph… Continue reading Mid-Range dead? Pickup always knew…
The transfer portal has been transformative for college football. With the ease it has allowed high profile players like Jalen Hurts or Justin Fields to shine. It has also brought more pressure on coaches to give younger players playing time and meaningful minutes. It is not a reach to say that every player is now… Continue reading College Football’s Transfer Portal
The shot clock is one of the best rules in the NBA and should be instituted at almost every level of basketball as it eliminates a lot of other stupid rules. Anyway, the below list is comprised of things that do not make sense to me in the NBA. I am sure they were grounded… Continue reading These things in the NBA do not make sense
Consider for a moment that the only two team sports, baseball and football, allocate wins or losses to an individual player. That cannot be found in basketball, volleyball, water polo, soccer, cricket, lacrosse, hockey, and (most importantly) handball. Let me back track a bit, my first statement isn't technically true. Baseball is the only sport… Continue reading Are wins a QB stat? Tom, are they?
In the ever-ongoing quest to determine which schools is the best in Utah (BYU, Utah, Utah), I dive down into the depths of getting to the NFL. BUT before we dive down... it should be noted that BYU and Utah State will be the only schools to have alumni in the Super Bowl; both players… Continue reading BYU v Utah v Utah State Pt. II – Getting to the league