Using era-adjusted metrics to level the playing field, we ranked the ten greatest quarterbacks of the Super Bowl era.
The NBA postseason has come to an end and it’s time to evaluate the performances of the league’s players using expected effective field goal percentage.
Myles Turner has proven himself to be one of the league’s best defensive big men, yet he has not garnered such praise from the national media.
In his fourth season in the league, Jokić has carried the Denver Nuggets to new heights. The Serbian star is playing the game in a way we’ve never seen.
The NBA regular season is over and we can now evaluate the performances of the league’s players using expected effective field goal percentage.
The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has come to an end and we can now see how well The Spax’s statistical model fared. Spoiler: we did alright.
Public perception of Peyton Manning has worsened so much that he has become the poster boy of postseason failure. Let’s remember how good he really was.
The best basketball players make their teammates better. These players don’t just score points — they create opportunities for their teammates to thrive.
How does The Spax’s March Madness algorithm stack up against some of the most well-known statistical models out there? Pretty well.