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10 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
There’s Too Much Good Content Online
Whether it’s information or entertainment, the content producers are churning out more than we can consume. Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, iTunes, all of the websites, and etc. have presented us with an overflow. The solution is to pick out the best three sources of information and/or entertainment and drop the rest.
12 minutes | Oct 26, 2017
Equilibrium: The Hack to Correctly Predicting What Will Happen
Even without being familiar with an entity, you can better predict what will happen with it in the future by looking to its norm. Anything outside of the norm, absent an underlying fundamental change, will quickly revert back to the mean.
18 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
Lamarcus Aldridge’s New Contract and Joel Embiid Drawing Fouls
My thoughts on the Spurs betting on Lamarcus Aldridge despite his bad vibes. Also, why Joel Embiid is stupid for trying to draw fouls and Chris Paul’s departure might not be so bad for the Clippers after all. Plus more thoughts and predictions from around the NBA.
31 minutes | Oct 12, 2017
Pau Gasol Bludgeoned Spurs Cap Room; Offseason Grades Out Horribly
What happened with Pau Gasol’s contract? We don’t know but clearly the Spurs slipped and fell this offseason. The 2018-2019 cap room takes a huge hit along with the Spurs/Pop’s infallibility narrative. Not signing Jonathan Simmons on the super cheap was another huge mistake. While he’s the best duel coach and front office guy in […]
14 minutes | Oct 12, 2017
Tilman Fertitta vs. Chris Paul’s Supermax Extension: Will CP3 Get the Money?
Tilman Fertitta had his introductory press conference as the Houston Rockets owner today and I took notes. One of the hidden stories is whether Tilman is going to spring for Chris Paul to get a supermax extension worth $205 million over 5 years. In the last year, Paul would potentially earn $55 million at the […]
14 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
The Opt-Out Society: Companies Have Consumers on the Ropes
Consumers now have decisions made for them unless they take action to opt-out. Somehow companies have flipped the switch and put the onus on consumers to opt-out of their emails, information theft, and automatic playing videos rather than opting-in for them.
14 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Why Are There Only 2 Search Engines in the Information Age?
We’re in the information age and yet there’s only one viable search engine for us to get information from: Google. Not only that but Google’s results are highly filtered/censored. Bing sucks. How come other companies haven’t come along?
16 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
Steph Curry is Being Disrespected by the Golden State Warriors
Kevin Durant was brazen enough to talk down about Under Armour. Steve Kerr ranked Durant higher and left Steph Curry out of his championship speech. Joe Lacob wanted to offer him less than the max. Isolated, maybe these things don’t mean to much but taken together, it looks like Steph – and all he’s done […]
36 minutes | Oct 10, 2017
2017-2018 NBA MVP Odds Preview: Pick Someone from the East
Kawhi Leonard and Lebron James have the highest odds of winning but my favorite picks for winning the 2018 NBA MVP are Kyrie Irving and Giannis Antetokounmpo. One of their biggest advantages is playing in the weak East and being able to rack up easy wins.
10 minutes | Oct 1, 2017
NBA Coaching Records are Very Misleading; It’s a Team Game
Whenever an NBA coach’s record is used to fulfill a narrative of whether the coach is good or bad, it’s entirely misleading. NBA records are largely outside of the coach’s control.
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