“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars” – Khalil Gibran The biggest three point shooting star in the 90’s was Reggie Miller the skinny frail looking shooting guard for the Indiana Pacers. He was like of the Steph Curry of the 90’s, a baby faced sharp… Continue reading Prime number athletes … Reggie Miller #31
Like everybody else who grew up in Toronto in the 80’s and 90’s I loved watching the Leafs, sure they were horrible for most of the 80’s and only got better in the early 90’s. But they were our team for better or worse. I remember looking forward to “Hockey Night in Canada” every Saturday night to watch… Continue reading Prime Number athletes… Mike Palmateer # 29
It was one of the best highlights of the 2015 – 2016 NBA season. February 27 2016, Golden State vs Oklahoma, 4 seconds left in the overtime … game tied, 118 – 118. Golden State guard and league MVP Stephen Curry dribbles the ball up court along the left side. Three point three seconds left… Continue reading Do the statistics prove that Stephen Curry is a three point shooting genius?
I’ll bet you might still remember the Pythagorean Theorem from grade 9 math class. You know the one that related the sides of the any right angle triangle with a2 + b2 = c2, where c is the “hypotenuse” while a & b are the lengths of the other two sides. You’ve probably even know… Continue reading How the Pythagorean Theorem says the Blue Jays will win the American League East Division!