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Wharton Moneyball: CFB Conference Championships & NBA Motion Tracking Data

Ep. 127

Show from 11-28-18 


In this episode of Wharton Moneyball the whole crew covers sports headlines, focusing on the teams they think will make the CFB conference championships. Then more college football with Seth Walder, an analytics writer at ESPN. Plus motion tracking in the NBA! Tune in


Guests:

Seth Walder - A Sports Analytics Writer at ESPN since 2017. Prior to joining ESPN, he worked as a reporter for the New York Daily News for six years, primarily covering the New York Jets and New York Giants.

Follow him on Twitter @SethWalder

Read his articles here: http://www.espn.com/search/results?q=seth%20walder#gsc.tab=0&gsc.q=seth%20walder


Luke Bornn - VP of Strategy and Analytics for the Sacramento Kings as well as a Professor ant Sain Francisco University. He was formerly Head of Analytics at AS Roma & a Professor at Harvard.

Follow him on Twitter @LukeBornn

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