Matt Blum University of Washington '17
NCAA BB SQ
NCAA FB SQ
Hey thanks man, I appreciate it. It really surprised me how few examples there were. A couple others like Steph/Klay and Wall/Beal were close, but it was very interesting how rare CJ and Dame’s combined scoring ability is.
in The Fascinating Partnership Of CJ McCollum And Damian Lillard
2/16/17, 7:44 PM
in response to Les Tobias
Hey thanks Zack, I’m glad you liked it!
in The Indiana Pacers Go On The Offensive
9/30/16, 12:52 AM
in response to Zack Weiner
Thanks man, I appreciate it. It should be fascinating to see what all the young guys can do when they are basically given full control of the team.
in It’s Almost Sunny In Philadelphia
8/18/16, 7:20 PM
in response to Nathaniel Siegel
A Tale Of Two Big Men
by 25 May 2017, 6:00 PM
Boston and San Antonio lost their All-Stars, but how have Al Horford and LaMarcus Aldridge responded to this adversity?
The Real Value Of Extended Playoff Rest
by 11 May 2017, 12:49 PM
As the Warriors and Cavaliers get extended time off before they have to play again, how does history show the rest will impact their games?
Golden State’s First Major Obstacle: Steve Kerr’s Health
by 27 April 2017, 2:05 PM
Steve Kerr’s injury recurrence will keep him out for the foreseeable future, but how will this impact Golden State going forward?
John Wall Is Ready For His Close Up
by 20 April 2017, 10:00 AM
John Wall has been amazing all season long, and he is ready to take the Eastern Conference by storm.
Andre Iguodala’s Case For Sixth Man Of The Year
by 13 April 2017, 10:00 AM
Andre Iguodala is the hidden force behind the best team in basketball, and he deserves some recognition for Sixth Man of the Year.
Can The Cavaliers “Flip the Switch”?
by 7 April 2017, 5:54 AM
The Cleveland Cavaliers have been mediocre since the end of February, but how likely are they to turn it on in the playoffs?
The Trades Shaking Up The Top Of The NBA Lottery
by 30 March 2017, 11:20 AM
A primer for the most important trades impacting the top of the Draft Lottery.
Why The NBA MVP Award Should Be A Four-Man Race
by 10 March 2017, 9:58 AM
For much of the season the MVP has been between just two men, but it’s time to give two others the credit they’re due.
A Statistical Analysis Of The NBA Draft