Pickled Bob Ley
Pickled Bob Ley
I agree with this to a point. Obviously, in situations where a defender has the choice of giving up an open layup or dunk or fouling, the decision becomes even more clear: Make the foul. But my assumption is that those decisions are clear enough that they will not be swayed by a small change in incentives because the… Read more
God damn it.
That’s not how any of this works.
I use this because it doesn’t require me to recharge it, because it doesn’t block the rest of my audio setup, and because for the life of me I couldn’t figure out how to make the much-liked over-ear version output game audio. I’m sure my teammates hate it, though.
Of course. Josh Gordon has talked about his addictions and the ways they extended well beyond recreational use. Many of us mocked the NFL’s policies when Gordon was suspended again and again, but the private nature of “substance abuse” violations belied the seriousness of his addiction. That does not appear to have… Read more
D.Va’s real name is Hana Song, my guy.
Yeah, I replied to the wrong comment. What I get for coming back to Kinja.
That’s not really how it works in practice. The cost to the university, in actual cost of providing services to the athlete and potential revenue lost by doing so, is nowhere near the sticker price attached to these scholarships, because — again, in practice — hardly anyone attends college paying full freight. Andy… Read more
No, you’re right: It’s trash.
I think the opening scene should last 80 minutes and depict Rocket Racoon carrying out a grid-based search-and-rescue mission, cataloguing salvageable equipment and nameless corpses.
What about Draper, Kara
Albert is bad.
The PIE numbers are actually a bit aside from the point here — those are impressive and important to the team, but as you know, agnostic to having a positive or negative impact on the game. The way clutch numbers are useful for a given team in a given season is that they are the best way to account for score effects… Read more
That is not what data nerds say about sustained crunch time stats in basketball.
When people say Westbrook is making his team better, they are not talking about “assists.” He’s among the lead leaders in improving teammates’ shooting percentages when he passes to them for a shot compared to when they take any other shot, and has been for some years. The team is not only worse on a per-play scoring… Read more
Every statistical indicator available to us suggests he makes his teammates better.
This post is from five years ago, so I’m not sure I’d call it the “new” method anymore.