Category Archives: Weekly Links

Links We Like: 3/29/13

It’s been a while since our last set of links, but we’re back in force to bring you the best reads from around the web for your weekend reading. – Jeff Sullivan analyzes Justin Verlander’s $180 million contract at FanGraphs … Continue reading

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Links We Like From The Week of Feb. 11

Our own John Ezekowitz teams up with Luke Winn at Sports Illustrated to examine Michael Jordan’s college years The beautiful game finally gets ball tracking technology Steve Staude at FanGraphs works through improving linear weights Tom Tango goes up against Wages of … Continue reading

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Links We Like: Good Reads From the Week of Feb. 4

What was the best Super Bowl ever?: Deadspin’s Reuben Fischer-Baum comes up with a definition for “watchability” and applies it to past Super Bowls. Denver is the NBA’s most well-rounded team: Over at NumberFire, Zach Warren looks at lineup balance … Continue reading

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Links We Like: Good Reads From the Week of Jan. 28

Visualizing paths to Cooperstown, via FlowingData. Brian Burke studies whether being clutch is a persistent skill in the NFL. Just how little do Super Bowl ads cost major companies? Our own Professor Goldsberry looks at which NBA players own which spots on the floor. The Guardian … Continue reading

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