The Miami Heat Index Joins the Wages of Wins Network

Posted on July 30, 2010 by


We have another member of The Wages of Wins Network.  Mosi Platt has started “Miami Heat Index”, a blog that will examine the Miami Heat from the Wins Produced perspective.   Mosi’s blog started yesterday, and he already has two columns posted:

The Bottom Three – For Love or Productivity?

The Three Kings and the Five Rings

With Mosi’s blog, we now have seven members in the network.

Of these seven, the following four are essentially devoted to a specific team (although Ty and Robbie often offer stories on subjects that are not specifically about their favorite teams):

Miami Heat: Miami Heat Index (Mosi Platt)

Milwaukee Bucks: Courtside Analyst (Ty Willihnganz)

New York Knicks: NYK Mistakes (Andrew Shookhoff)

Washington Wizards: Roblog (Robbie O’Malley)

And we have three blogs that are not team specific.

Arturo Silly Little Stats  (Arturo Galletti)

The NBA Anti-Expert (Shawn Ryan)

Nerd Numbers the Blog (Andres Alvarez)

With 30 NBA teams, it looks like we have 26 teams that still need a blog.  So if you ever thought about starting a blog – and you really like Wins Produced (and who wouldn’t?) – now is a good time to get started. 

By the way, if you didn’t want to start a blog – but still wanted to comment on your favorite team – we still need team reviews for 15 teams.  The NBA Analysis page has links to thirteen reviews from the 2009-10 season.  And the reviews for Portland and Detroit should appear by Monday.  The following teams, though, still need to be reviewed: Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Houston, LA Clippers, LA Lakers, Miami, New Jersey, New Orleans, New York, Orlando, San Antonio, and Utah.  So if you are interested, please send along a review. 

– DJ

P.S. By the way, if you already wrote a review for one of these teams that I claim we are missing – and I posted this review – please let me know. When I created the NBA Analysis page I left off reviews by Sam Cohen and Mike Madden.  This omission wasn’t a statement about the quality of these reviews.  It was a clearly a statement about my ability to keep track of what is going on in this forum.