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What is the chance of an NBA comeback when down by 35?

By Professor Carl Morris The Sacramento Kings came back to win on Monday night (Dec 21), when down by 35 points against the Bulls in Chicago with 20 minutes and 50 seconds (20:50) left.  When two even NBA teams play the chance that the trailing team would win from that situation is … Continue reading

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Consistency: The One Thing The Nets Are Good At? Part 1 of a Series.

By David Roher Consistency is funny. We usually consider it a good thing to have, and we remember prolonged, steady excellence for a long time. Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hit streak. Cal Ripken’s 2,632 consecutive games. Oscar Robertson’s 1962-season-average triple-double. Takeru … Continue reading

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A History of MLB Parity, Part 2: Labor Relations

By David Roher Click here for the original post on parity.

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A History of MLB Parity

By David Roher

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