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Wharton Moneyball: Super Bowl Underdogs, Massey-Peabody on CFB, & Jeremy Lin of the Atlanta Hawks

Ep. 131

Episode from 1/2/19


Happy New Year and welcome back to Wharton Moneyball! Hosts Eric Bradlow and Adi Wyner kick off the year with a big name guest, Atlanta Hawk's Guard Jeremy Lin! They get into training regimens, analytics in basketball, hot hand and much more. Plus they talk to fellow host and 1 half of Massey-Peabody, Cade Massey, about the 2018-2019 CFB Season. That and much more. Tune in!


Guest:

Jeremy Lin - Atlanta Hawks Guard. Jeremy played at Harvard before moving to the NBA where he has played nine seasons with teams including the Knicks, Lakers, Nets and more before joining Atlanta this offseason

Follow him on Twitter @JLin7


Check out his vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5e_P_-3tY1nDPhXoSX-jGw

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