The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast


Wharton Moneyball: Tennis Rankings, Sports Injuries, & Golf Analytics

Ep. 139

Episode from 2/27/19

This episode of Wharton Moneyball covers everything from sports injuries to golf coverage and analytics. First our hosts explore the headlines talking tennis rankings and the Raptors vs Celtics game. Then they talk to an established doctor in the realm of sports medicine about training to prevent injury. Plus they get into golf, Tiger Woods, and player stats with a golf writer and editor at Sports Illustrated.


Dr. Lyle Cain specializes in arthroscopy and treatment of sports-related injuries, as well as open and arthroscopic treatment of knee, shoulder and elbow injuries. He works at the famed Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Center and is also the Team Physician for the University of Alabama and other universities.

Follow him on Twitter: @drlylecain

Daniel Rapaport is a Golf Writer and Editor at Sports Illustrated. He oversaw the launch of's golf vertical and is in charge of's golf content, including shaping tournament coverage plans, editing stories and more. 

Follow him on Twitter: @Daniel_Rapaport 

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