Monthly Archives: April 2010

Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law–Inaugural Issue

Our sports inclined friends over at the law school have been very busy recently.  In addition to hosting visits from guests like NBPA head Billy Hunter and MLBPA chief Michael Weiner and organizing a sports law symposium on the upcoming … Continue reading

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The Value of an NBA Playoff Seed

By David Roher More than half of the teams in the NBA make the playoffs year. This makes a lot of the drama at the season’s conclusion about seeds. Having a 3 instead of a 4 or a 6 instead … Continue reading

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ESPN’s Andy Katz Visits HSAC

HSAC was thrilled to be joined by senior college basketball writer Andy Katz at its latest meeting. Just nine days removed from one of the wildest NCAA tournaments in recent memory, Katz spoke to the club about next year’s … Continue reading

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The HSAC “Stumbling On Wins” 5-Book Game Theory Giveaway

By David Roher I’m very excited to announce the HSAC blog’s first giveaway contest. David Berri was nice enough to send us a few complementary copies of his and Martin Schmidt’s new book, Stumbling on Wins. Darren Rovell’s blurb on … Continue reading

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