Browsing Archives of Author »Arturo Galletti«

The Bottom Line on the NBA Finances

November 8, 2011


Arturo uses every public data source he can find to break down the NBA finances for every team. Yes, every team.

Could Your City Give a Sports Team a Good Home?

October 31, 2011


In which Arturo identifies the most attractive metropolitan areas for Sports expansion/relocation and points the way to an Inland Empire.

The State of the Lockout

October 28, 2011


Where Arturo attempts to measure the state of the game by the numbers.

How the Owners Plan to Steal a Billion Dollars

October 20, 2011


Where Arturo breaks down just why the owners locked the players out.

Are the Owners using a Cheat Sheet to beat the players?

October 19, 2011


Arturo breaks down how new deals affect the salaries NBA players. It turns out for most players the pay cut is not enough to make up for loss in playing time. And it's possible the owners know this.

Scorers are overrated

October 4, 2011


Arturo uses math to attempt to quantify how much using scoring as the only measuring stick can miss the boat on real value. Most of the time.

The 100 Best NBA Regular Season Teams from 1978 to 2011

September 5, 2011


Arturo gets some free time and uses it to take a look a some historical data and remind us that yes the 96 & 97 Bulls where really that good.

Grant Hill is NO Dwyane Wade

August 21, 2011


Arturo provides a counterpoint in defense of Wade and argues some notable players off the NBA top 50.

Defending Rodman (featuring the 100 Most Productive Seasons since 1978)

August 13, 2011


Arturo makes a simple argument for the Greatness that is Dennis Rodman.

Beating their Opponents: Introducing Wins Prevented

August 11, 2011


Arturo takes a look at measuring player shutting down the opposition and finds some obvious and not so obvious results.