Tag Archives: wages of wins

Parity in the NBA?

Dre at Wages of Wins has a post claiming that parity is impossible in the NBA.  I decided to be a little contrary and see if it were possible (and I see now that people in the comments have suggested … Continue reading

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A Quick Thought on Kickoffs

Dre at Wages of Wins has a post up discussing the 4th down choices from the game last night, noting that out of 9 tries two of the best teams in the league made the wrong choice three times.  I … Continue reading

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Diminishing Returns in the NBA

It probably isn’t worth it at all, but the interwebs have been abuzz recently with discussions of diminishing returns, especially as it relates to rebounding and Wins Produced.  Before anyone gets too excited, I don’t have any data of my … Continue reading

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Quarterbacks Are Still Inconsistent

A quick post to keep things moving along during the holiday.  Brian Burke at Advanced NFL Stats has recently been trumpeting success rate as a useful measure that he’s used for a while without knowing quite how useful it is.  … Continue reading

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