Because revenues are spread evenly across franchises, owners don't gain much financially when their teams win.
Managers seem to think that youth, points scored, and Final Four experience predict college players' pro performance. History tells a different story.
Research indicates that the factors that make college football players early-round draft picks are useless at predicting success in the NFL.
The star NBA foward isn't as valuable to the Knicks as their fans—or their front office—think.
And here's a cockamamie plan to get it for them.
Some blame rookie coach Jason Kidd for the Nets' poor season, but there's not much any coach can do about a roster full of aging players or an unproductive combination of skills.