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Wizards to Sign Underwhelming Murry

Media reports say the Washington Wizards are close to signing D-League guard Toure’ Murry to a 10-day contract. While the Wizards could use some backcourt help because of injuries to Bradley Beal, Garrett Temple and Martell Webster, regression from Rasual Butler, and crummy play from newly-acquired Ramon Sessions, it’s unlikely Murry will offer much help. 918 more words


2014 Hitter Evaluations: James Loney

With only 49 days until Opening Day for the Rays I figured it was time to start moving along through our hitter evaluations. Today we’ll be looking at what worked and didn’t work for Loney in 2014 while also taking a broader look at his career to see where he excels and falls short. 1,464 more words

2014 Play of the Week - WK17

As I did last year, I will once again be selecting one play each week through the 2014 season where I felt as though special movement was displayed. 841 more words


The Eagles QB Situation

It’s time.  I’ll save my comments about yesterday for later, because I just can’t wait any longer to address the QB situation.  The general narrative seems to be: Sanchez sucks, but Foles is also bad, so the team isn’t going anywhere until it gets a QB.   2,157 more words

Player Evaluation

The Seraphin Problem

Fifth year center Kevin Seraphin has consistently gotten playing time as Washington’s backup center. I’ve written many times about why this is a bad idea, but it hasn’t cost the team much. 559 more words


Usage Adjusted Possession Rates

Over the course of a single regular season, a skater’s impact can be measured by a variety of different metrics that vary in repeatability and predictive value. 1,044 more words

Eagles Bye Week Review

I desperately need a non-preview post, and with the Eagles heading into the post-bye week part of the schedule, now seems like a great time for a high level look at how this season is progressing.   1,581 more words