CTN: What Can Stats Do For You? (Part I)

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5 thoughts to “CTN: What Can Stats Do For You? (Part I)”

  1. Hey Knickerblogger, sorry this is OT, but will you be updating the stats daily this season? I noticed the player stats are still the ones from last season, at least for GSW.

    I would have e-mailed you but I can’t find the contact info on the page

  2. I can’t believe you still have to argue this stuff. It’s like having to argue that people should wash their hands before eating or something. By the way, as a Seattleite, I offer my condolences in the matter of the Jerome James signing. But at least you got Nate. I’m personally glad he’s gone, because he grew up three houses from me and his friends drive cars with freaking loud sound systems, but he’s going to be a good nba player anyway.

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