Monthly Archives: May 2012

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Just wanted to pass along this article on how pretty much nothing you can do will get you very far in predicting the NHL playoffs.  Given how my picks are doing this year, I found it confirming and comforting. Advertisements

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How to Play More in the NBA

There was some discussion over at the APBR board about Matt Bonner (and, to a lesser extent, Nick Collison) recently, namely as to what they do exactly that has them rated so highly in some metrics (primarily RAPM).  That led … Continue reading

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NBA Conference Finals and Stanley Cup Predictions

Well, you win some and you lose some.  This year has happened to have three coin-flip series from my point of view, and I missed on all three of them.  And the NHL is, well, hockey.  And so we have … Continue reading

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The No-More-LA Predictions

The Lakers and Clippers both bowed out as expected, so things should be a bit easier to manage around the Staples Center now.  A quick update on the NBA and NHL playoffs:

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NBA Round 2 and NHL Conference Championship Predictions

I was out of town this weekend, so some of these predictions are slightly belated.  On the plus side, the models that make the picks are completely public, so you already know what I’m going to say.  Here we go!

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Prediction City – Updating the NHL and NBA Playoffs

I made two rounds of predictions last time, for the NHL’s second round and the NBA’s first.  Let’s see how I’m doing.

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