The NBA regular season has become more boring with each additional game. How should Cavs fans react?
Using WhatIfSports.com to answer the question on how good the Cleveland Cavaliers bench would have been in its prime.
Is Shake Shack a good thing for Cleveland? Jacob Rosen writes about that and more in bringing back The Boots to While We’re Waiting.
Tim Raines finally got into the Hall of Fame, but how long will Jim Thome and Omar Vizquel have to wait?
And the beat goes on. First, it was Ben Alamar, ESPN’s Director of Sports Analytics, who created quite the kerfuffle with his initial Kyrie Irving post on Dec. 22. Now, Jeremias Engelmann, the creator of ESPN’s Real Plus-Minus statistic, continued the lighting-rod topic with a follow-up post on Wednesday. The two posts have centered on a main
Kyrie Irving’s value has been in question of late. Although he might not be an MVP candidate, he’s still quite a deserving All-Star for the dominant Cavaliers.
Andrew Wiggins continues to be a hotly debated player on the internet. Is doesn’t seem fair or accurate to declare that his career is already a bust. Even with all of the analytics.
New minor league baseball logo changes have drawn headlines everywhere for their outrageousness. But isn’t that what the minor leagues should be all about, anyway? Let’s make sports fun again.
The Cleveland Indians rank No. 6 in MLB’s local TV ratings, despite ranking third-to-last attendance. Why could this be? WFNY’s Jacob Rosen shares some theories and discusses the playoff TV schedule.
Why has J.R. Smith not signed a new contract yet with the Cleveland Cavaliers? It’s complicated. Both sides have their points. And it likely could continue to drag on until Opening Night.
Mike Trout, by any objective measure, is the best player in baseball. He’s also likely the best young player of our lifetime in any sport. So why isn’t he the MVP?
Not every hot take about the Cleveland Browns has to be an entire referendum on football analytics. So, let’s have some patience, shall we?
Jacob Rosen shares seven main thoughts on the never-ending debate of Cleveland Indians attendance. Spoiler: It’s complicated.
The 2016 NFL Draft is here and your Cleveland Browns are ready to deploy all those fancy new analytics you’ve been hearing about.
The National Basketball Association is the most progressive of the major North American sports leagues. For many, it was only a matter of time until this day arrived. If you followed the world of sports business, then you probably knew that the NBA would be the league to make the first move: jersey sponsorship advertisements
Jacob Rosen writes about the future of ESPN and sports TV, and how fast things might evolve over the next 5-10 years.
Jacob Rosen rants about sports journalism complaints, the TV metrics business, and his excitement for the new O.J. Simpson TV crime drama.
WFNY’s Jacob Rosen asks data scientist Trey Causey for his thoughts on football analytics and the Cleveland Browns.
Jacob Rosen applauds recent changes on the National Baseball Hall of Fame voting process, but says that more reform is still necessary for the future.
The Cleveland Indians had designated Chris Johnson for assignment 10 days ago upon signing Rajai Davis to make room on the 40-man roster. Not surprisingly, the 10 days went by without a team claiming Johnson nor a trade being completed with another team. Therefore, the Indians have elected to release Johnson thereby eating the rest