Home Sweet Home: home field advantage and empty stadiums in The Premier League

August 10, 2020

            The coronavirus pandemic changed the world as we knew it. The sports industry took a hard hit as a result of this change, and leagues across the world had to halt their seasons in order to avoid the spread of the virus. The Premier League, which played their last game before the break on March 9, continued their season again on June 17. It was one of the first…

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The End of the Hiatus: NBA Stats Takeaways

July 23, 2020

In our previous article, we explored how injuries may (or may not) impact the restart of the NBA season. Today, we will take a look at some important offensive and defensive statistics to assess each team’s chances of advancing deep into this season’s unusual finish. This post will highlight teams that got off to fast starts earlier this season—as well as teams that did not—in order to predict those that…

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NBA Players Are Ready to Return to Basketball. But Are Their Bodies?

July 12, 2020

Believe it or not, we are quickly approaching the restart of the NBA season. After a hiatus that has lasted over four months, most of the players have arrived in Orlando to enter the NBA’s bubble and (hopefully) conclude the season. The 22 teams left in playoff contention will hold training camps and intersquad scrimmages to prepare their players for what should be a grueling and exciting conclusion to the…

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Why watch classic games?

March 30, 2020

The Coronavirus has seemingly halted every aspect of life and, with that, sports has all but come to an end for the near future. Or has it? While this is certainly true of current live sports, the vast treasure trove of classic/past sports has filled that hole in our heart. While it may seem, at first, quite boring to watch a game where the outcome is no in doubt —…

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