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StatMan – Episode #69: Coronavirus’ impact on major sports currently

In today’s episode, Steve talks about the impact of the Coronavirus on major sports currently, the state of the players, precautions needed to be taken and how games in general will be affected on the basketball court, soccer fields, and NHL plains, and much much more. You’ll Also Learn Why 2 games doesn’t change the…

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StatMan – Episode #68: Why the 2020 NBA MVP Is Over

The 2020 NBA MVP is over and in this episode I will explain in detail why. Regardless of what criteria we use Giannis is the winner by a mile. Sometimes in the NBA award landscape, there is simply no need for debate. When one preeminent superstar soars above his contemporaries in such a convincing manner,…

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Episode #67: Sports has a weird way of aligning things; Kobe Bryant Memorial & Events After

That’s the main topic today but You’ll Also Learn Michael Jordan’s Crying Meme joke. Sabrina Ionescu NCAA Record on 2.24.20 Brady Beal’s historic 50 point back to back night since… Kobe Bean Bryant. James Harden 31 point half .. ties one of Kobe’s record in the last 20 years. 2. Resources StatMuse NBA NCAA Stats…

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Episode #65: Damian Lillard deserves our respect

Damian Lillard deserves our respect and the NBA body needs to show it by its actions here is why… Since the NBA introduced the three-point field goal in the 1979–80 season, the 50–40–90 shooting threshold has been reached by eight players: Larry Bird with the Boston Celtics Malcolm Brogdon with the Milwaukee Bucks Stephen Curry…

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Episode #64: My Kobe Bryant Tribute (1978-2020)

In today’s episode, my Kobe Bryant Tribute, I tried to keep my composure and failed miserable when talking about Kobe Bean Bryant and his influence in the basketball world, his personal life, my personal life and beyond. Anyone to knows me, understands my struggle at the moment but during this episode I hope you all,…

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Episode #63: Are the Lakers really this good?

Are the Lakers really this good? In today’s episode we talk about things I learned from the NFL championship weekend and also whether the Los Angeles Lakers are really as good we make them out to be. What you will learn today The Chiefs came back to beat the Titans and the 49ers crushed the…

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Episode #62 | Why Bill O’Brien, just why? – STATMAN –

As “Nuke” LaLoosh said in Bull Durham, “Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains.” That movie will never go out of style. After another fascinating weekend of NFL action … Kyle Shanahan is a genius. The Vikings never had a chance. The best team from the regular season has abruptly entered its offseason….

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Episode #61 | 32 Things I Learned this past NFL Wild Card Weekend

The 32 things I learned from wild-card weekend of the 2019 NFL playoffs: Over the course of two days, the N.F.L. saw its playoff field upended, with the No. 3 seed in both conferences being sent home by the No. 6 seeds, while each game was decided by a single score. It was a wild-card…

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Episode #60 | 2020 NFL Wild Card Weekend Breakdown and Prediction

Welcome to a new decade and the new year 2020! We want to start of the year right with the breakdown of the 2020 NFL Wild Card Weekend Breakdown and Predictions. This won’t be your typical breakdown but more of a detailed evaluation of every playoff team THIS weekend; their strengths and weaknesses will be…

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Episode #59 | Dynamic Duos & Drew Brees consistency

We are back from a two week hiatus! — In today’s episode we are talking about the Twitter poll circling around who would win a game of 21 between prime Kobe and Shaq vs. Anthony Davis and LeBron James.. Do you know who I am taking?! We also get down on the consistency of Drew…

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