We simulated 10,000 iterations of March Madness. Here’s what happened.
That’s right – it’s time to model March Madness! For the fourth year, we’ll be predicting the outcome of the Big Dance.
We use our predictive March Madness model to simulate 10,000 iterations of the tournament. Here’s what we found.
It’s that time of the year – we’re creating a new model using detailed data from the past thirteen tournaments to predict March Madness 2022.
March Madness has come and gone and it’s time to take a look at how our model performed in this year’s tournament.
After a hiatus in 2020, the most exciting postseason competition in American sports is back. Let’s use data to predict the results of all 67 games.
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.
There are many prospects coming out of college that look NBA ready. However, Cam Reddish has emerged as the most hit-or-miss prospect in the draft by far.
How does The Spax’s March Madness algorithm stack up against some of the most well-known statistical models out there? Pretty well.