Pat Mayo and Rob Pizzola go from beginner to advanced strategy on How to Bet on the NFL. They start by outlining and explain the different types of wagers and what they mean, along with bankroll management then advance into line value, research, using tools, how to track bets, assessing value on a number along with the common mistakes and errors most bettors make in sports betting. Plus, why you should take advantage of the bonus offers from sports betting sites. MMN Props Pool: Get up to a $100 deposit match at Prize Picks (http://bit.ly/PrizePicksMMN) using code "MMN" at sign up. Full details here: https://mayomedia.substack.com/p/nfl-prop-contest-golf-picks-afc-wins CASH GIVEAWAY CHECK LIST Apple Review & Sub: http://bit.ly/PMEiTunes Join Newsletter: https://mayomedia.substack.com/people/32468255-mayo-media Sub to MMN YouTube: https://bit.ly/YTMMN Week 1 DraftKings PME Listener's League: https://bit.ly/21W1PMEDKLL Sub to the Mayo Media Network: https://bit.ly/YTMMN NFL Stats & Tools Code “MAYO” for discount: https://www.runthesims.com/mayo NFL RESEARCH: https://youtu.be/YwfMLloiX1k How to Play NFL DraftKings, Strategy & Tips: https://youtu.be/pXkjPOwv5I4 Show Index 00:00 Intro 1:47 Giveaways 4:17 Line Shopping & using Bonus Offers 8:09 Bankroll for Beginners 10:37 How much do you have to win to actually win 13:07 Beginners — Tools & Tout Services 17:49 Beginners — Terminology & Advice 24:02 Parlays — Pros & Cons 25:57 How to Determine +EV/Closing Line Value 29:34 Sample Size of Process 32:06 Square/Public Side (Moving Numbers) 37:44 Why do spreads/numbers move? 40:29 Misinformation/Timing 44:59 Sportsbook sponsored content 53:31 How Rob became a Pro Sports Bettor 1:00:28 Same Game Parlays 1:04:07 Traps/Bad Ideas 1:09:41 Kelly Criterion 1:13:36 Weekly Process
Sabrina Chazen: Blogger Behind #SameStyleDifferentSize On this episode of How'd She Do That? Emily welcomes Sabrina Chazen, a blogger formerly known as Sample Size 16. Many of you may recognize Sabrina from her social media as she seeks to share her favorite plus-size fashion finds with many.Sabrina received a degree in political science from Chapman University in 2009 and upon graduating married her husband and began teaching swim lessons while looking for a job in Los Angeles. In the early years of her blog, Sample Size 16, Sabrina was an executive assistant and then worked at Exclusive Artists, which is an agency that represents celebrity hairstylists, makeup artists, wardrobe stylists, photographers, and so forth.Since then Sabrina launched her eye-catching Same Style, Different Size campaign in which she shows how women can be confident in whatever body they're in. We know you're going to love getting to know Sabrina throughout this episode... one you'll want to share with a friend!
On this week's #SampleSize episode, our Sample Size Investigations team is back, and this time we take notorious fast fashion behemoth, Shein, to court. In the opening of the case we set the stage, building a character profile of the brand by examining its founding, the evolution of its business model, and the controversial moves they've made en route to becoming the number one downloaded shopping app. Next, the prosecution builds the case against Shein, bringing to light recent thievery committed by the brand at the expense of crochet fashion designer & small business owner, Bailey Prado. Even calling to the stand expert witness and fashion blog, Diet Prada, to help shine a light on this specific fashion crime. Finally, in defense of Shein, we take a look at US trademark law, discussing it's lack of protections for fashion designers, allowing Shein free reign to prey on the works of small businesses. And yes, we do talk about THAT challenge, and the messiness associated with it, so you definitely don't want to this episode! If you're not already following us on Apple Music or Spotify, make sure to hit that "follow" button on the top of our show's profile page & if you enjoyed this episode, rate us 5 stars and leave a review, telling us what you liked best! To stay updated on everything Sample Size, connect with us on all major social media platforms @SampleSizePod. See you next episode!
On this week's episode of #SampleSize we talk about Couture Week, which happened last week. We talk shows we liked and shows we disliked. We also announce a new addition to the Sample Size family, and the new show we have in the works. Lastly, we take a good look at the BET awards and ask ourselves, what happened to the once illustrious show for premier black talent. You don't want to miss out on these conversations. Don't forget to rate and review if you enjoyed the episode, and we'll see you next time.
Listen to hosts Samantha Spiers and Wildcard Cameron discuss the FDA's approval of Aduhelm, a new drug developed to treat those with Alzheimer's disease. Discussion includes what is this drug, why is its approval controversial, and why did the FDA go ahead and approve it. Post production by Scott Stronach. Check out other Sample Size episodes here and reach out to us on twitter or email us at samplesizeshow.gmail.com if you have any topics you want us to cover in the future!Please consider donating to organizations providing supplies and relief to India to help with the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit UNICEF or Mutual Aid India. Sources: https://www.npr.org/2021/06/07/1003964235/fda-approves-controversial-alzheimers-drug-aducanumab https://www.npr.org/2021/06/11/1005567149/3-experts-have-resigned-from-an-fda-committee-over-alzheimers-drug-approval https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-alzheimers-disease https://www.forbes.com/sites/joewalsh/2021/06/17/manchin-wants-biden-to-oust-fda-chief-over-controversial-alzheimers-drug-approval/?sh=43bb08626c80 https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2021/06/17/alzheimers-drug-controversy/ https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33656288/ https://www.fda.gov/advisory-committees See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This episode is not a Sample Size episode, but instead an interview given recently by Wildcard Cameron on The Decentralized Web podcast. We're excited to share this discussion with you about decentralized web technologies, data privacy, and why the way we think about data is changing. Don't know what decentralized web means? Find out by listening to this episode and other episodes from The Decentralized Web podcast!Check out Sample Size episodes here and reach out to us on twitter or email us at samplesizeshow.gmail.com if you have any topics you want us to cover in the future! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, Linda Hengerer talks with Susie Black.Born in the Big Apple, Susie Black calls sunny Southern California home. Like the protagonist in her Holly Swimsuit Mystery Series, Susie is a successful apparel sales executive. Susie began telling stories as soon as she learned to talk. Now she's telling all the stories from her garment industry experiences in humorous mysteries. She reads, writes, and speaks Spanish, albeit with an accent that sounds like Mildred from Michigan went on a Mexican vacation and is trying to fit in with the locals. Since life without pizza and ice cream as her core food groups wouldn't be worth living, she's a dedicated walker to keep her girlish figure. A voracious reader, she's also an avid stamp collector. Susie lives with a highly intelligent man and has one incredibly brainy but smart-aleck adult son who inexplicably blames his sarcasm on an inherited genetic defect. Looking for more? She loves to hear from readers, who can email her at email@example.com. The first book in the series, and Susie's debut novel, is Death by Sample Size.I'll update with Susie's website after it goes live.Get to know Susie - The Tart Words Baker's Dozen:1. Plotter or Pantser? Combo? SUSIE: Combo. I plot the beginning and the end but let the story and the characters take me through the middle to the end. 2. Tea or Coffee? SUSIE: Coffee, lots of it. Without me, the Columbian economy would collapse. If I'm drinking tea? Better stay clear of me as that's the first clue I am under the weather. 3. Beer, Wine, or Cocktails? SUSIE: Wine with dinner. Since I don't like the taste of most liquors, the only ones I drink are disguised in one of those fruity concoctions you drink at a tropical resort. 4. Snacks: Sweet or Savory? SUSIE: Both. I am a non-discriminatory nosher. 5. Indie Published, Traditionally Published, or Hybrid? SUSIE: Traditionally published. 6. Strict Writing Schedule: Yes or No: SUSIE: No. I'd never follow one so there'd be no point. 7. Strictly Computer or Mix It Up? SUSIE: Strictly computer. 8. Daily Goal: Yes or No SUSIE: Nope. See question 6 for the reason. 9. Formal Track Progress: Yes or no SUSIE: No. See question 6 again. 10. Special Writing Spot? SUSIE: Yes. Two: On the forward deck of my houseboat or in my home office facing the golf course. 11. Writer's Block? SUSIE: So far, thank goodness, no.12. File of Ideas: Yes or No SUSIE: Yes. I have so many I'd have to live to be 150 to write them all.13. Favorite author(s)? The late, great Joan Hess, and Carolyn Haines.
I had so much fun talking with Author Susie Black. Her book Death by Sample Size is such a blast and I know you'll love the characters. To follow Susie on her Facebook page Author Susie Black. I certainly can't wait to have her on the show again to talk about her next book. To support the show you can become either A Guiding Clue, A Clever Sidekick, or A Small-town Sleuth on our Patreon page www.Patreon.com/TheCozySleuth or you can give a one-time donation and become a member of my Ko-fi Klatch on www.ko-fi.com/thecozysleuth and now you can find us on Zazzle at www.zazzle.com/themysticcozy
When Pesach purchased Bud Selig's memoir, he was ready to spend 336 pages rolling his eyes. Imagine his surprise when he actually (gulp) liked it, thereby completely destroying his own self identity. But that's OK, and he tells Scott that it's actually essential reading for any baseball scholar. They also discuss the increasingly important reality of parity this year, and whether we can expect it to last. And people freaked out over the Baseball Rabbi's making statistical observations last week after just three weeks of baseball. Were they right to be skeptical or were they wrong? Hint: they were wrong. (We'll show you why.) Join the Baseball Rabbi team as a Patreon subscriber! Go to https://www.patreon.com/baseballrabbipodcast for bonus episodes, Baseball Rabbi merch, and more! To purchase Bud Selig's memoir, For the Good of the Game, click here.
We need information to make decisions. And when our decisions involve random processes ... information can become a little problematic. Sometimes we are forced to take measurements of different outcomes of a random process. We call these 'samples.' You may have done something like this in high school when you measured the heights of your fellow students to plot a histogram to get some idea of the random nature of student height. But how many student heights do you need to get to be comfortable you know enough about all student heights? We call the number of students whose height you measure the 'sample size.' Do you need to learn more about working out the sample size for something you are working on? The post SOR 649 Extrapolation and Sample Sizes appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
Welcome to Sample Size! On today's episode we talk about the return of the Met Gala, everyone's favorite elite fundraising event and fashion showcase, and we imagine what we would wear if we were sent an invite. We also talk about why you shouldn't put the squeeze on superproducer DJ Mustard, especially if he's paying you to shop for him. Finally we talk NFTs! Yup, society's current buzziest term, we explain what a NFTs is, and imagine its possible role in the fashion industry. Thanks for tuning in, don't forget to rate and review this episode! Social Media: IG: @samplesizepod + @yeahnoe + @tone.b0ne Twitter: @samplesizepod + @yeahnoee + @tone_b0ne TikTok: @samplesizepod + @yeahnoe + @tone.b0ne
Grand Final hangovers, bathwater drinking, cellar-dwellers causing upsets, blowing epic halftime leads... and that was just Round 1.It's hard not to overreact to an exciting opening round of footy, but 'The Boys' are here to present the facts, and keep you on track for Round 2.On this week's episode...Coach’s Corner: What does a head coach look for from a Round 1 match? (2:00)Footy Stock Exchange: Who are The Boys buying, selling and holding this week?SELL: Melbourne (5:08) & Collingwood (6:50)BUY: Sydney (9:39) & St Kilda (11:42)HOLD: Brisbane (13:20) & Geelong (13:55)Plus, The Boys provide a preview of the Round 2 action as well as some trademark value picks for you to play around with this week.If you want to skip ahead to listen to the preview of a specific game the timestamps are below:MUST WATCHCarlton vs. Collingwood (14:33)Geelong vs. Brisbane (18:49)Sydney vs. Adelaide (23:15)St Kilda vs. Melbourne (26:27)Western Bulldogs vs. West Coast (28:21)50-50 MATCH UPSFremantle vs. GWS (32:09)TIP & FORGETPort Adelaide vs. Essendon (35:15)Gold Coast vs. North Melbourne (38:01)Richmond vs. Hawthorn (39:32)GREENBACK BOOGIE (42:26)
On this episode of Sample Size, we tackle fashion twitter's latest scandals: infamous IG model Ari Fletcher's being featured in a Vogue ad and beloved designer Mowalola being called out for backing out of collaborations and stealing designs. Lastly, we take a deep dive into the history of the art of Haute Couture. We discuss the qualifications of the art form, some notable black couturier, and Noelle goes on a rant about how important Theirry Mugler and Alexander McQueen are. Listen in, and join in on the conversation by letting us know what you think on social media @samplesizepod on IG & Twitter or visit our site, www.samplesizepodcast.com! If you enjoyed the episode, don't forget to rate and review us, so other like-minded individuals can find this podcast.
On the second episode of Sample Size we tackle fashion’s latest news; Megan the Stallion’s controversial Harper’s Bazaar cover and Kanye West’s stylistic impact on his soon-to-be ex wife Kim Kardashian. We also take a deep dive in Rihanna’s LVMH-backed empire after the announcement that Fenty, the mogul’s luxury line, is closing for business, in order to answer the question of what makes a celebrity clothing line successful. Socials: IG: @samplesizepod, @yeahnoe, @tone.b0ne Twitter: @samplesizepod, @yeahnoee, @tone_b0ne Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Don't forget to rate and review us! If you have any comments, concerns or collaborations feel free to reach out! See you next time1
In our premier episode we introduce the world to our two cohost, Noelle & Tone Bone. We discuss why we wanted to start a podcast and all that went into the planning. We also play a round of quick hit questions where we answer questions that give insight into our versions of fashion. Which then leads to our discussion about brand collaborations, where we define what a collaboration is to us, and what we love and hate about two (or more) brands getting together to collaborate. Finally we end this episode discussing brand fatigue and the biggest reasons we get tired of a brand. There's a lot to hear on the first ever episode of Sample Size! If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to rate and review us on whichever app you used to listen, and we hope you give us 5 stars! If not, please let us know where we can improve or if you have any topics you want us to discuss and/or any questions you wanted to ask please send an email to email@example.com. See you in two weeks!
Sample Size is back with our first episode of 2021! Listen to hosts Samantha Spiers and Wildcard Cameron discuss the downfall of Parler. Discussion includes the consequences of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, the ethics of big tech companies removing Parler so quickly, and the role of hacktivism. Listen to episode 18 "Parler Tricks" for information on what is Parler.Post production by Scott Stronach. Sources: https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-55643774 https://slate.com/technology/2021/01/parler-google-apple-amazon-aws-okta.htmlhttps://www-businessinsider-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.businessinsider.com/jack-dorsey-speaks-twitter-trump-ban-capitol-riots-2021-1?amp_js_v=a6&_gsa=1&&usqp=mq331AQFKAGwASA%3D#csi=0&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&share=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.businessinsider.com%2Fjack-dorsey-speaks-twitter-trump-ban-capitol-riots-2021-1 https://www.politico.com/news/2021/01/11/parler-amazon-antitrust-suit-457579 https://gizmodo.com/every-deleted-parler-post-many-with-users-location-dat-1846032466 https://gadgets.ndtv.com/social-networking/news/80tb-parler-posts-photos-videos-leaked-by-security-researchers-law-enforcement-can-use-to-identify-january-6-attackers-2350920 https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/parler-capitol-hill-personal-data-b1785343.html https://www-businessinsider-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.businessinsider.com/parler-shared-information-fbi-capitol-riot-suspect-2021-1?amp_js_v=a6&_gsa=1&&usqp=mq331AQFKAGwASA%3D#csi=0&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&share=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.businessinsider.com%2Fparler-shared-information-fbi-capitol-riot-suspect-2021-1 https://www-businessinsider-com.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.businessinsider.com/parler-website-is-back-online-2021-1?amp_js_v=a6&_gsa=1&&usqp=mq331AQFKAGwASA%3D#aoh=16110067422729&csi=0&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&_tf=From%20%251%24s&share=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.businessinsider.com%2Fparler-website-is-back-online-2021-1 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In an annual tradition, Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Kevin Arnovitz discuss some of the league's statistical anomalies and whether they'll hold up. Will Paul George's hot shooting continue? How unreal are Nikola Jokic's passing numbers? Can Trae Young shake his cold spell? All that and more in the small sample theater.
The Utah Jazz played their first pre-season game Saturday v. the Phoenix Suns and David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider uses the sample size of one to breakdown what we saw from the Jazz. The offense showed amazing pace, space and three point shooting. Two players were particularly impressive to Locke and a few rotation notes were worth mentioning. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode I talk about a sample size of one.
Sure the season's only 60-games long. That's not stopping The Athletic's Marc Carig and Andy McCullough from handing out MLB Midseason Awards! (Yes, they included Trout) The guys also discuss if the season can be considered a success so far and what team should the Dodgers fear the most in the first round. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Memphis Grizzlies' season is over, and the bubble taught us plenty of lessons. It led to some hasty overreactions, both positive and bad. Parker Fleming takes Joe Mullinax's spot tonight to talk with 92.9's Connor Dunning about the small sample size in the bubble, and what we saw from Ja Morant, Grayson Allen, Dillon Brooks, De'Anthony Melton, and Jonas Valanciunas. Follow @sbngrizzlies, @gbblive, @PAKA_FLOCKA, and @Cdunning929 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hour 3- Dale, Fitzy, and Hart preview the Bruins series against the Hurricane and Andy vents about everything from Bill Belichick to people littering. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
Do you have to express 'confidence' in the results of analysis? Do you know what a 'confidence interval' is? Do you realize that whatever confidence you have in yourself, the confidence that matters the most is that of your boss or decision-maker? If confidence is something you deal with, then this might be a podcast for you! The post SOR 573 What do We Have Confidence In? appeared first on Accendo Reliability.
In this episode, Justin interviews the newest coach at Consistency Breeds Growth, Justyna Dapuzzo, MS., about her epigenetics research and how she applies it to her individualized coaching style for her athletes. Justyna can be contacted at:firstname.lastname@example.org or at Consistency Breeds GrowthFollow Justyna on Instagram: @email@example.comEpisode Summary0-2:30 Info & Promos05:55 DNA Info Readily Available 07:25 Justyna Explains her research around BPA10:05 BPA Fat Solubility & Processed Food11:30 Changing Paradigm with Saturated Fats15:00 Confounding Factors in Epigenetic Research16:00 Statistical Significance & Study Considerations17:05 What is DNA & What Environmental Factors Impact It?19:00 Protein For Muscle AND DNA!!20:25 Specific Genes & Food Associations24:00 Non-Specific Coaching & Obsolescence 25:00 Keto, As An Example28:00 Study & Sample Size, Funding & Long-Term Considerations30:00 Epigenetics 32:00 Gene Profiles, Training and Informed Performance42:00 How To Get In Contact with JustynaSponsorsConsistency Breeds GrowthUse Promo Code: "CBG"Genopalate (United States Only)Use Promo Code: "CBG"Xendurance-Shop Through This Link!!PermaSleep-Shop Through This Link!!Or: Use "CBG75" for 75$ off any mattressDadBod Fitness Online ProgrammingThe Starving PodcastInstagram: @the_starving_podcastJustin's Instagram: @jrome_cbgJordan's Instagram: @sleepinginonschooldaysGmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMusic: The New Idea StoreFB: The New Idea StoreGmail: email@example.com
One of the most common causes for problems we see in manuscripts at JAMA is an inappropriately calculated study sample size. This seemingly mysterious process is explained by Lynne Stokes, PhD, professor of Statistical Science at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
Elevate your critical appraisal skills as we review the first RCT of remdesivir and share the latest and greatest COVID-19 stories including: Llama antibodies, Stroke statistics, Future Waves, Exit Strategies and Awake Proning. We’re joined by everyone’s favorite Curbsider/internist/epidemiologist, Rahul Ganatra MD MPH (@rbganatra). Rahul provides critical appraisal of the newest randomized control trial (RCT) on remdesivir from the Lancet, and gives us a lesson on why statistical power is so important to consider. We also share updates on strokes, awake proning, pandemic predictions, and we reveal another reason to love llamas (besides those luscious lashes). Llama mia, here we go again! Show Notes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | firstname.lastname@example.org | CME! Credits Written and Produced by: Sarah P. Roberts MPH, Rahul Ganatra MD, MPH, Emi Okamoto MD, Paul Williams MD and Matthew Watto MD Cover Art: Beth Garbitelli Hosts: Sarah P. Roberts MPH, Matthew Watto MD, Paul Williams MD, Rahul Ganatra MD MPH, Emi Okamoto MD Editor: Matthew Watto MD (written materials); Clair Morgan of nodderly.com Sponsors We are excited to announce that the Curbsiders are now partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Check out curbsiders.vcuhealth.org for more information. Time Stamps 00:00 Intro 02:10 Fun animal facts: Llama antibodies 09:10 Remdesivir RCT by Wang et al 12:40 Power and Sample Size 16:32 Baseline Characteristics, Results and Author’s conclusions 19:15 Rahul’s conclusions: How chance and bias effected the results 24:00 Right censoring; Viral load and timing of antivirals 30:30 Final thoughts on Remdesivir RCT by Wang et al; Looking ahead to the NIAID (ACTT) trial 33:53 Are patients really having less strokes and heart attacks? 38:20 Awake proning 43:30 Paul teaches us not to use the term “happy hypoxemic” 45:00 CIDRAP viewpoint on future waves and exit strategies 50:22 Outro Goal Listeners will hone their skills in critical appraisal as they update themselves on all things COVID-19 Learning objectives After listening to this episode listeners will... Critically appraise recent research on remdesivir as a treatment for COVID-19 Recognize the consequences of COVID-19 on strokes Discuss the potential benefits of proning for COVID-19 patients Describe different scenarios likely for the pandemic’s future Disclosures The Curbsiders report no relevant financial disclosures. Citation Ganatra R, Okamoto E, Williams P, Roberts SP, Watto MF. “#214 COVID Cakes 3: Llamas, Remdesivir, Strokes, Predicting the Future, and More!”. The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast. https://thecurbsiders.com/episode-list May 18, 2020.
Don't worry, we will not show you any equation for calculating the sample size. But we will show you how to do it and why you should be careful on some important parameters. Then you can see some examples in the ebook provided by Jon. The post How to calculate your sample size with Jon Bergsteinsson appeared first on Medical Device made Easy Podcast.
The Bucks find themselves in the midst of a historical regular season, but will that dominance translate to the playoffs? Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Kevin Arnovitz discuss that as well as the impacts of rookies Zion Williamson and Ja Morant and what the stats say about their futures (20:35). Plus, can Russell Westbrook propel a new-look Rockets team through the playoffs? (40:00)
Today is one of those days where we each had a little different idea of what the show was gonna be! It’s a good one though because you’re gonna get two thoughts on a subject that’s really important in business and while we had different ideas on the show the point is basically the same. … Continue reading Episode 182 – Sample Size Matters →
The perils of predicting the futureAkimbo is a weekly podcast created by Seth Godin. He's the bestselling author of 19 books and a long-time entrepreneur, freelancer and teacher.You can find out more about Seth by reading his daily blog at seths.blog and about the workshops at akimbo.com.To submit a question and to see the show notes, please visit akimbo.link and press the appropriate button. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We're trying to claw back. Let's see what happens. 01:13 - How'd We Do in GW16 07:00 - Man. United / Rash 16:13 - Spurs 19:30 - Sample Size 24:21 - Liverpool 27:23 - Man. City / Kev 38:10 - Questions From Slack 53:20 - GW17 Captaincy & Our Transfers 01:02:02 - Anus Slaps / Last Words / Outro Check the boys out at http://fmlfpl.com || support at http://patreon.com/FMLFPL || on twitter @FMLFPL || rate/review/subscribe on iTunes or any podcast app and cheers! #FPL Fantasy Premier League #FantasyPremierLeague
In this annual early-season tradition, Brian Windhorst, Kevin Pelton and Kevin Arnovitz wonder if James Harden can average 40 points per game, if LeBron James can lead the NBA in assists (9:30) and if the Lakers' defense can continue shutting down its opponents. Plus, they discuss the two most surprising starting units (31:12) and Paul George's GOAT campaign...after two games (53:57).
The Utah Jazz will play the Philadelphia 76ers tonight. David Locke, the radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider takes a look at the 76ers and what the Jazz are confronting. Then Locke takes a look at some small sample size notes as the Jazz work towards 10% of the season. Then he looks at the rest of the NBA and if he who shall not be named is back Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
EP75 - Small Sample Size Theater w. Jeremy Stevens Nick Agar-Johnson (@NBAJohnson) and Jeremy Stevens (@Taco_Haus) go through some small sample size theater, analyzing the most surprising players and teams through the first portion of the season. They discuss Trae Young’s scoring explosion, Malcolm Brogdon’s offensive wizardry, and other players who have stood out in early action. Then, they talk about the most surprising teams in the league, including the Timberwolves’ hot start and Sacramento’s disastrous start to the season. Finally, they wrap up by discussing the eternal conundrum better known as the New York Knicks.
Salman Ali (@SalmanAliNBA) and Forrest Walker (@DUNOTS) discuss:-Way-too-early takeaways from Week 1 of the Rockets' season-Russell Westbrook looks really good-James Harden's shooting struggles-Rockets defense a problem?-Why so much small ball in the beginning?-How does Houston look in relation to other contenders?-How do Harden and Westbrook look together?-Thoughts on new points of emphasis rules, coach's challenge, and moreListen to The Red Nation Hoops Podcast on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher, and Spotify.
In this very special episode, three of the world's greatest fantasy football players reveal the surprisingly simple strategies and tactics they've used to become NFL fantasy football masters. As we did before the 2018 season, host Matthew Freedman welcomes Chris Raybon and Sean "The Oddsmaker" Koerner as they detail their approaches to game scripts, error rate, rankings, mock drafts and more. For our team of experts, today's goal is simple: deliver the preeminent reference tool needed to turn intermediate NFL fantasy players into league champions... all in about 45 minutes. TIME CODES Position Strategy (2:00) Draft Preference (9:00) Ceilings/Floors/Volatility (12:15) Errors Rate and Sample Size (16:15) Rankings and ADP (18:15) Mitigating Downside (22:30) Injuries (23:45) Mock Drafts (26:50) Game Scripts (33:30) Trades and Waivers (41:30) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices