Tag: stats

  • Jeremy Lin: What Kind of Numbers can the Brooklyn Nets Expect From Him?

    Jeremy Lin: What Kind of Numbers can the Brooklyn Nets Expect From Him?

    The Brooklyn Nets are going to play Jeremy Lin in a bigger role than he’s ever had, and more minutes than he’s ever played. This means a whole different set of stats for Lin, and this is an attempt to gauge what kind of numbers we’re going to see from him next season.

  • Stats Worth Remembering From Super Bowl 50

    Stats Worth Remembering From Super Bowl 50

    As the curtain comes down on the 2015 NFL season with Super Bowl 50 over and done with, it’s an opportunity to look at some of the numbers that made the Denver Broncos win over the Carolina Panthers, especially when it comes to MVP Von Miller, Cam Newton and Peyton Manning.

  • Scoring is Trendy Again in the NBA

    The NBA game changes and evolves. The way it’s played, and the way it’s been viewed by the professionals and the amateurs. An interesting trend and change this season has been individual scoring. Not just Kevin Durant reaching new heights and achievements by LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony. A lot more players are suddenly scoring 20 points or more.

  • Best NFL Quarterbacks Lose Together

    For the first time since Ben Roethlisberger took his first NFL snap in 2004 for the Pittsburgh Steelers, he joins Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady in dubious milestone, as all four quarterbacks were part of a losing effort on the same week.

  • De’Anthony Thomas – Next Reggie Bush or Better

    It’s hard to compare De’Anthony Thomas of the Oregon Ducks to anyone, because he’s putting up incredible numbers, three games into his sophomore season, leading both the Pac-12 and the NCAA in touchdowns.

  • All 16 Squads for Euro 2012

    With 10 days to go, the Euro 2012 squads have been announced. Both hosts (Poland, Ukraine) seem to be underdogs in their respective groups; Germany head into the tournament as the favorites, hoping the rumors about the champions, Spain, are true. We’ve got our group of death (Group B – Germany, Portugal, Netherlands, Denmark) while the English and Italians prepare for another colossal failure.

  • David Beckham’s 2011 MLS Season in 5 Minutes

    David Beckham probably enjoyed his best MLS season in 2011, aiding the Los Angeles Galaxy to win their first MLS Cup since his arrival, contributing 2 goals and 11 assists, all summed up in a 5 minute video.

  • Dirk Nowitzki Making History in the 2011 NBA Playoffs

    Dirk Nowitzki scored 26 points and grabbed nine rebounds, clinching the series for the Mavs with one huge three, as usual, in the fourth quarter, putting the Mavericks over the Thunder once again after a big deficit. Nowitzki averaged 32.2 points in the series and in general, is having an amazing playoff run, taking the Mavs to the NBA finals for the second time and the first since 2006.

  • Dwight Howard – First Time For Everything

    It was quite a happy night for Dwight Howard (26-15) and the Orlando Magic, beating Phoenix in Arizona for the first time since 2001.

  • Pep Guardiola and 1000 Barcelona Days – The Numbers

    It’s been 1000 days since Pep Guardiola became the Barcelona manager. Here are some of the numbers he’s racked up during his very successful tenure at the Nou Camp.