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Weekend Podcast: Sports Economist Rodney Fort on NBA Lockout and Roster Depreciation Allowance

November 5, 2011 by


Rodney Fort visits the Wages of Wins to explain all about Roster Depreciation Allowance, the NBA Lockout and negotiations.

Wages of Wins Podcast: Fantasy 3 on 3

October 5, 2011 by


Dre and Mosi grade the Wages of Win 3 on 3 Fantasy draft with some insights from Devin.

Have Owners’ Bargaining Positions Changed During the NBA Lockout?

September 13, 2011 by


Mosi reviews reports on which owners are hawks and which are doves. How we think about each owner depends on which reporter covers the story and when the story is told.

Miami Heat and Phoenix Suns Podcasts with the Wages of Wins

September 12, 2011 by


Wages of Wins Networkers are back on podcasts including a guest spot at Valley of the Sun and the return of the great tandem of Mosi and Alfedo.

NBA Lockout: Foreign Invasion is a Phantom Menace

August 8, 2011 by


Mosi dispels the myth that players going to foreign leagues gives them any leverage (at least this season)

Kobe Bryant and Amare Stoudemire are the Most Overrated NBA Players by Fans and the Media

August 1, 2011 by


Mosi takes a look at the overrated and underrated players in the NBA based on fan and media voting.

Wages of Wins Network Bullets

July 26, 2011 by


Looking at links from around the Wages of Wins Network. What do Dave Chappelle and Dwyane Wade have in common? Who were the greatest Sonics? News of the lockout and more!

NBA Lockout and Inception of Conventional Wisdom

July 24, 2011 by


Mosi reexamines several of the myths exposed in The Wages of Wins and shows how the "virus of misinformation" can be hard to kill.

North Carolina and UCLA Produced the Most Wins for the NBA

July 18, 2011 by


Mosi examines the 10 most successful schools for generating NBA talent since 1978.

NBA Overpays for College Education

July 15, 2011 by


Mosi Platt examines the difference between levels of college education and performance. It turns out that more school does not prepare you as an NBA player but it may prepare you for contract negotiations.