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NY Times: Sizing Up the All-Stars

Posted by Justin Kubatko on February 17, 2011

The title says it all:

Keeping Score: Sizing Up the All-Stars

Look for it in tomorrow's print edition as well.

3 Responses to “NY Times: Sizing Up the All-Stars”

  1. Robert August de Meijer Says:

    I hope not too many people think: "you choose Albridge above Anthony because you work for Portland". I'm also afraid just briefly mentioning that Albridge is a better defender (without stats to back that up) might confuse people.

    Anyhow, I can only agree with you.

  2. Babbler Says:

    Those charts in the Times columns always look very sloppy because the "0"s are omitted from the end of decimals. You guys need to fix that, or get the Times to fix it.

  3. koberulz Says:

    "Another exercise in the long-running demonstration that statistics are a lousy way to measure good basketball play."

    Righto else do we determine anything?