Whether you are a fan of the NBA or a network executive looking to attract as many viewers to TV screens as possible, your hopes for the postseason are the same: an exciting outcome. Thanks to a Mike Beouy-created statistic, the excitement index, the CNS data lab found that the first round of the playoffs for this year are more exciting than last year’s.
Gabe and Connor discuss the potential consequences of Rajon Rondo’s injury, jump around the sports landscape for some quick stats, and perform an original song about the playoffs in D.C. Lyrics: You trudged through months of late-night games against the…
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland — The Washington Wizards just won their division for the first time in nearly 40 years, and the biggest driver of their success has been franchise superstar John Wall. The four-time all star is putting up career…
Connor and Gabe talk about the NHL and NBA playoffs, bird watching and Canada. Audio Source: Canada
Connor and Gabe discuss odd basketball trends, present the first ever Sleepy Floyd award, take credit for the Cavaliers losing spell and hit hypothetical baseballs.
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Both the Wizards and the Celtics are in a close race for the second seed in the NBA’s Eastern Conference and the deciding factor on who claims it could come down to the amount of miles each team has to travel for the remainder of the season
D.C. United has struggled to maintain their reputation as one of the MLS’ most storied franchises over the past several seasons, bringing in no hardware and only one top-four appearance since 2010.
If it seems like the Washington Wizards win or lose a lot of nail biters, that’s because they do. The team’s games are decided much later than an average NBA team’s games, a CNS analysis of win probability data shows.