With 82 games over a 169 day schedule it's an almost certainty that each team will experience performance significantly above and below their true talent level. We look at the consistency of each NBA team.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have been outshot by an average of 8.5 shots per game. Historically this is one of the worst we've ever seen, 3rd behind the '01 Thrashers (-11.3) and the '91 Nordiques (-10.4). What's amazing is that despite this, the Leafs have a winning record.
During the 2013 MLB season Manny Machedo burst on the scene with 51 doubles but only 14 home runs in his first season. How have the doubles of high hitting rookies translated the next season and over their career? Read More
Johan Santana is among the best pitchers of his generation in which he went 86-39 from 2004 to 2008. But with some injuries he had a quick decline from 2011 and on. We take a look as to whether he can make a comeback to previous form with the Baltimore Orioles. Read More
The 2014 MLB season is nearing and we decided to answer a few questions such as whether a pitcher will strikeout 16 in a game and how many no-hitters we can expect and if a reliever will record more than 50 saves. And more.. Read More
What impact did turnovers have to the 2013 NFL season? We take a look at how each teams turnover ratio compared to its winning percentage with a close look placed on a few of the standout situations. Read More