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2012.07.22 23:55 Redditors meeting redditors throughout WI!

Hello and welcome to /r4rwi! "r4r" stands for "redditor for redditor." This is the WI version of /r4r, so you can meet others from and in WI for any kind of connection whether it be to discuss local music, see movies together, date, or anything else.
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2020.11.25 01:07 Katsyukii Cheapest cat relocation service

Im trying to get my cat from living with my mom in San Diego, CA and I am currently in Milwaukee, WI.
He's a persian/tabby mix, about 10-12 lbs and up to date with all his vaccinations.
I'm thinking about sending him alone as cargo on a plane, but I'm not sure which airline to pick or which one is the best one for it's price.
Pic of my boy
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2020.11.09 20:03 autotldr Bucks player signs $750K settlement agreement over arrest

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 35%. (I'm a bot)
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown and the Milwaukee city attorney have agreed to a revised $750,000 settlement of a lawsuit Brown filed after getting taken to the ground, shocked with a Taser and arrested during an encounter with police in 2018.City Attorney Tearman Spencer is recommending the payment plus an admission that Brown's constitutional rights were violated during the arrest that began with a parking violation outside a Walgreen's store.
Spencer's recommendation came in a letter he sent to Milwaukee Common Council members.
The Bucks said in a statement Monday that "We are pleased that Sterling's lawsuit has been mutually resolved and that there's been an important commitment by the City of Milwaukee and its Police Department to make changes to the MPD's standard operating procedures."
Brown rejected the Milwaukee City Council's original offer of $400,000 made in 2019.
The latest offer also includes unspecified changes to the police department's policies, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
In a letter dated Nov. 4, Spencer recommended the new settlement proposal to the Common Council's Committee on Judiciary and Legislation "Because of the unpredictability of a trial, and the city's risk for exposure to compensatory and punitive damages, as well as additional attorney fees and costs."
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2020.10.19 17:26 cilantro_samosa [OC] Which front offices and agents are the 3 major newsbreakers connected to? I went through 6000+ tweets to find out!

If this sounds somewhat familiar, that's because I did a 2019-2020 version and posted it back in March.
In terms of changes from that post:
TL;DR
Tracked tweets of Woj, Shams and Haynes from 2018-2020 to see whether any of them report on a certain team or a certain agent's players more than their counterparts. Here is the main graph concerning a reporter's percentage of tweets per team separated into three periods (2019 season, 2020 offseason, 2020 season). Here is a separate graph with the Lakers and Warriors, because Haynes's percentages would skew the first graph.

During times like the NBA trade deadline or the lifting of the NBA free-agency moratorium, it’s not uncommon to see Twitter replies to (or Reddit comments about) star reporters reference their performance relative to others.
Woj is the preeminent scoop hound, but he is also notorious for writing hit pieces on LeBron (sources say it’s been widely rumoured that the reason for these is that Woj has always been unable to place a reliable source in LeBron’s camp). On the other end of the spectrum, it has been revealed that in exchange for exclusive intel on league memos and Pistons dealings, Woj wrote puff pieces on then-GM Joe Dumars (see above Kevin Draper link). Last summer, Woj was accused of being a Clippers shill on this very discussion board for noticeably driving the Kawhi Leonard free agency conversation towards the team.
This is the reason I undertook this project: to see whether some reporters have more sources in certain teams (and certain agencies) than other reporters.
First I’ll explain the methodology, then present the data with some initial comments.

Methodology

To make this manageable on myself, I limited myself to tracking the 3 major national reporters: Shams Charania of the Athletic, Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports and the aforementioned Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
The time period I initially tracked for was from January 1, 2020 to the end of the regular season March, but after finding a Twitter scraping tool on GitHub called Twint, I was able to easily retrieve all tweets since September 27, 2018. However, a month ago, Twitter closed their old API endpoints, and Twint ceased to work. I used vicinitas.io but the data loading became more time-consuming. Therefore, the tweets are up to the date of October 15 2020.
How I determined information was by manually parsing text tweets by the reporter (no retweets):
Now, I didn’t take every single text tweet:
Next, I had to assign possible teams to each tweet:
With all the methodology out of the way, here’s the data! (Here’s a link to a full Google Sheet)

Teams

Here's a graph of number of tweets per team per period, with the colours denoting reporter.
On a quick glance, here's which teams saw a significant period-over-period increase in number of tweets:
And here's which teams saw decreases over a period-by-period basis:
The problem with just using number of tweets is that it's not close on totals between Haynes vs. Woj or Shams. Here's a graph showing total number of tweets in each period for all three reporters. Haynes's most reported period doesn't even stack up to the least reported period of Woj or Shams.
Instead, let's look at percentage of tweets per team per period.
Now, you'll notice that there's two teams missing from the above graph: the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers. Here's the graphs for those two teams. As you can see, they would skew the previous graph far too much. During the 2019 NBA season, 27% of Chris Haynes's qualifying tweets could be possibly linked to the Warriors, and 14% of his qualifying tweets could be possibly linked to the Lakers.

Agents

Here's the top 10 agents in terms of number of potential tweets concerning their clients.
Agent Haynes Shams Woj Total
Rich Paul 15 28 24 67
Mark Bartelstein 4 16 30 50
Jeff Schwartz 3 10 25 38
Bill Duffy 2 13 14 29
Leon Rose 1 12 15 28
Aaron Mintz 2 9 15 26
Juan Perez 5 10 8 23
Aaron Goodwin 11 8 1 20
Steven Heumann 1 6 12 19
Sam Permut 1 13 5 19
Woj has the most tweets directly connected to agents by far. It wasn't uncommon to see "Player X signs deal with Team Y, Agent Z of Agency F tells ESPN." The agents that go to Woj (and some of their top clients):
One thing I found very intriguing: 15/16 of tweets concerning an Aaron Turner client were reported on by Shams. Turner is the head of Verus Basketball, whose clients include Terry Rozier, Victor Oladipo and Kevin Knox. Shams also reported more than 50% of news relating to clients of Sam Permut of Roc Nation. Permut is the current agent of Kyrie Irving, after Irving fired Jeff Wechsler near the beginning of the 2019 offseason. Permut also reps the Morris brothers and Trey Burke.
As for Chris Haynes, he doesn't really do much agent news (at least not at the level of Woj and Shams). However, he reported more than 50% of news relating to clients of Aaron Goodwin of Goodwin Sports Management, who reps Damian Lillard and DeMar DeRozan.
Here are the top 10 free agents from Forbes, along with their agent and who I predict will be the first/only one to break the news.
Player Agent Most Likely Reporter
Anthony Davis Rich Paul Too close to call, leaning Shams
Brandon Ingram Jeff Schwartz Woj
DeMar DeRozan Aaron Goodwin Haynes
Fred VanVleet Brian Jungreis Limited data
Andre Drummond Jeff Schwartz Woj
Montrezl Harrell Rich Paul Too close to call, leaning Shams
Gordon Hayward Mark Bartelstein Woj
Danilo Gallinari Michael Tellem Woj
Bogdan Bogdanovic Alexander Raskovic, Jason Ranne Limited data, but part of Wasserman, whose players are predominantly reported on by Woj
Davis Bertans Arturs Kalnitis Limited data
Thanks for reading! As always with this type of work, human error is not completely eliminated. If you think a tweet was mistakenly removed, feel free to drop me a line and I’ll try to explain my thought process on that specific tweet! Hope y’all enjoyed the research!
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2020.10.13 04:58 MainMendoza [OC] Just an update on which team has the most outdated version of ADBlocker

Previous Update
Notes:
Team BLKA Last Updated By Last Update Date
Washington Wizards 1 Hilario, Nene 2013-03-15
Indiana Pacers 12 Jefferson, Al 2016-12-15
Cleveland Cavaliers 6 Frye, Channing 2017-01-02
Sacramento Kings 14 Koufos, Kosta 2017-02-12
Philadelphia 76ers 11 Muscala, Mike 2018-11-21
New York Knicks 10 Kanter, Enes 2018-11-23
Oklahoma City Thunder 18 Adams, Steven 2018-12-12
Miami Heat 7 Whiteside, Hassan 2018-12-16
Dallas Mavericks 26 Jordan, DeAndre 2018-12-28
Brooklyn Nets 12 Kurucs, Rodions 2019-01-02
Los Angeles Lakers 11 James, LeBron 2019-02-27
Charlotte Hornets 10 Zeller, Cody 2019-10-27
Chicago Bulls 14 Young, Thaddeus 2019-11-05
Phoenix Suns 13 Bridges, Mikal 2019-11-12
San Antonio Spurs 27 Lyles, Trey 2019-11-25
Minnesota Timberwolves 17 Dieng, Gorgui 2019-12-08
Orlando Magic 9 Isaac, Jonathan 2019-12-11
Atlanta Hawks 7 Parker, Jabari 2019-12-15
Milwaukee Bucks 15 Lopez, Brook 2019-12-19
Detroit Pistons 8 Doumbouya, Sekou 2020-01-05
Portland Trail Blazers 20 Whiteside, Hassan 2020-01-31
Houston Rockets 23 Covington, Robert 2020-02-06
Golden State Warriors 17 Paschall, Eric 2020-02-08
Boston Celtics 11 Tatum, Jayson 2020-02-23
New Orleans Pelicans 4 Melli, Nicolo 2020-02-25
Memphis Grizzlies 18 Dieng, Gorgui 2020-02-29
Los Angeles Clippers 21 Zubac, Ivica 2020-07-30
Toronto Raptors 11 Siakam, Pascal 2020-08-01
Utah Jazz 19 Gobert, Rudy 2020-08-03
Denver Nuggets 16 Dozier, PJ 2020-08-10
Total 408
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2020.10.07 02:40 DodgerBot Game Chat 10/6 - NLDS Game 1 - Padres (0) @ Dodgers (0) 6:38 PM

Padres (37-23) @ Dodgers (43-17)

First Pitch: 6:38 PM at Globe Life Field
Pitcher TV Radio
Padres Mike Clevinger (0-0, -.-- ERA) FS1 KWFN, XEMO (ES)
Dodgers Walker Buehler (0-0, -.-- ERA) FS1-INT 570, KTNQ (ES)
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Gameday Game Graph Strikezone Map Live Comments /baseball Discord

Pitcher Notes

Team Notes
Padres Clevinger has never faced the Dodgers in his career. The righty notched a 2.84 ERA in four starts for the Padres after arriving from Cleveland at the Trade Deadline.
Dodgers Buehler’s blister on his index finger doesn’t take away from his nastiness, as he showed for all but one bad pitch against Milwaukee. But the Dodgers are rationing his usage to preserve him for future games, so he might only be a four-inning pitcher again in Game 1.

Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
SD 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1
LAD 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 5 4 0

Box Score

LAD AB R H RBI BB SO BA
RF Betts 5 1 1 0 0 1 .200
SS Seager, C 3 0 0 1 1 0 .000
3B Turner 3 2 1 1 2 1 .333
1B Muncy 4 1 1 0 1 1 .250
C Smith, W 1 0 0 0 3 0 .000
CF Bellinger 3 0 1 1 1 1 .333
LF Pollock 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000
DH Pederson 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000
DH Hernández, K 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000
2B Taylor, Ch 2 1 0 0 2 1 .000
LAD IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Buehler 4.0 2 1 1 4 8 95-52 2.25
May 2.0 0 0 0 0 3 27-18 0.00
González, V 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 14-9 0.00
Treinen 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 17-10 0.00
Jansen, K 0.2 0 0 0 0 1 9-6 0.00
SD AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Grisham 4 0 1 0 0 1 .250
SS Tatis Jr. 4 0 1 0 0 3 .250
3B Machado 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000
1B Hosmer 4 0 0 0 0 2 .000
DH Pham 3 0 0 0 1 2 .000
RF Myers 3 1 0 0 1 3 .000
2B Cronenworth 3 0 0 0 1 1 .000
C Nola, Au 2 0 1 1 1 0 .500
LF Profar 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000
SD IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Clevinger 1.0 0 0 0 3 1 24-10 0.00
Johnson, P 1.1 0 0 0 0 2 19-10 0.00
Weathers 1.1 0 0 0 2 1 30-16 0.00
Adams 0.1 0 0 0 1 0 10-5 0.00
Hill, T 0.2 0 1 0 1 1 19-9 0.00
Richards, G 0.2 1 2 2 2 1 27-14 27.00
Strahm 0.1 3 2 2 1 0 13-7 54.00
Stammen 1.1 0 0 0 0 1 13-10 0.00
Patiño 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 10-6 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
T4 Austin Nola singles on a sharp line drive to left fielder AJ Pollock. Wil Myers scores. 0-1
B5 Cody Bellinger reaches on a throwing error by second baseman Jake Cronenworth. Justin Turner scores. Will Smith to 3rd. 1-1
B6 Corey Seager out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Jurickson Profar. Chris Taylor scores. 2-1
B6 Justin Turner singles on a ground ball to right fielder Wil Myers. Mookie Betts scores. 3-1
B6 Cody Bellinger singles on a ground ball to second baseman Jake Cronenworth. Justin Turner scores. Max Muncy to 3rd. Will Smith to 2nd. 4-1
B6 AJ Pollock flies out to left fielder Jurickson Profar. 5-1

Highlights

Description Length HD
Fernando Tatis Jr. makes a diving stop in the 1st 0:14 HD
Mike Clevinger exits with an injury in the 2nd inning 0:15 HD
Austin Nola slaps an RBI single in the 4th inning 0:15 HD
Justin Turner scores on a throwing error in the 5th 0:15 HD
Corey Seager hits a go-ahead sacrifice fly in the 6th 0:15 HD
Justin Turner rips an RBI single in the 6th 0:16 HD
Cody Bellinger rips an RBI single in the 6th 0:15 HD
Mookie Betts hits a double for the Dodgers first hit 0:15 HD
Max Muncy scores on wild pitch in the 6th inning 0:15 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
May (1-0, 0.00) Richards, G (0-1, 27.00)
Game ended at 10:34 PM.
Attendance Weather Wind
79°F, Partly Cloudy 7 mph, Out To LF
HP: Lance Barrett, 1B: Angel Hernandez, 2B: Bill Miller, 3B: Doug Eddings, LF: Alfonso Marquez, RF: Quinn Wolcott
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2020.10.06 13:55 ZandrickEllison Offseason Blueprint: the Oklahoma City Thunder fought off a rebuild for another year, but a new era will be necessary eventually

The NBA Finals are starting to heat up, but there are now 28 teams sitting at home with nothing to do but twiddle their thumbs and wait for next season to start.
For their sake, we wanted to look ahead with the next edition of the OFFSEASON BLUEPRINT series. In each, we'll preview some big decisions and make some recommendations for plans of attack along the way. Today, we're looking at the Oklahoma City Thunder.
step one: back it up but don't blow it up
By all accounts, the Oklahoma City Thunder blew it up. They traded Russell Westbrook, they traded Paul George. BOOM goes the dynamite. The ember and ashes scattered all over the wreckage, signaling the end of an era of playoff contention.
However, the team didn't get the memo. Chris Paul and company emerged from the flames, walking tall and proud and unscathed. Their 44-28 record was actually better than the prior season (with Westbrook and MVP candidate George). While they didn't win in the playoffs, they gave the Houston Rockets all they could handle in a tough seven-game series.
If the Thunder wanted to run it back, they could be a good team again. But to what end...? Another R1 loss? It's hard to envision them being the favorite in a first-round series out West, which should be as strong as ever.
To be clear, making the playoffs and losing in R1 isn't an awful fate. If you're a small market team like OKC, it's a reasonable goal and a lifeline for your franchise. Maybe Sam Presti and the team want to keep chugging along as long as possible and use their new draft picks to supplement the team.
Moreover, blowing it up (for real this time) isn't going to be terribly easy. Chris Paul still has a massive contract ($41M + $44M player option.) Steven Adams is still on the books for another year at $27.5M. Dennis Schroeder is on the books for $15.5M. If your goal is to bottom out, it could be hard to scramble and find appropriate trades for them all.
Still, taking a step back feels like the most reasonable plan. Chris Paul has rehabbed his reputation and trade value and may actually be on the positive side of the asset ledger now. If you trade him, you also allow more of an opportunity for Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to slide back to a PG-SG role. According to basketball-reference, SGA only played 6% of his minutes at PG this year. He's capable of playing "up" as a SG or SF, but you'd be taking away the size advantage that represents one of his better virtues as a guard. If OKC is going to be a good team in 2022 and 2023 and beyond, Gilgeous-Alexander will likely be playing a lead guard role.
Even though CP3 looked good this year, it's never easy to trade someone with a $40M contract. The trade partners may be limited. Allegedly, the New York Knicks are considering it (for whatever reason.) Philadelphia and Milwaukee would make more sense as "win now" teams. Who knows -- maybe a team like Miami or Orlando decides they need Paul to help push them to another level. In any circumstance, I'd expect the trade return to be modest. You may get a mid to late R1 pick -- you may get nothing at all. But the decision to trade CP3 or not should have more to do with finding a direction for the franchise than haggling for prices.
step two: embrace the youth movement and prep for the long haul
If the plan is to take a step back (which Sam Presti has not signed off on yet, by the by), then the trickle down effect could be felt across the roster.
If the team isn't pushing strong for the playoffs next year, then re-signing FA Danilo Gallinari doesn't make much sense. He's played well enough over the last two years to justify close to $20M a season in a short-term deal. The Thunder can utilize that to potentially swing a "sign and trade" for him. Teams like Portland would love to have a sweet-shooting forward like that on their team. Presumably, OKC can get an additional R1 pick if they trade Gallo and take on a bad contract in return.
Losing Gallo would also open the door for more minutes for current-rookie Darius Bazley. On paper, Bazley struggled as much as you could expect from an inexperienced 19 year old (who just turned 20 in June.) Still, the "eye test" suggests an athletic kid with good stretch potential. If the Thunder push their timeline back, then developing Bazley will become more of a priority for them.
As long as we're taking a step back (call it peeling off layers as opposed to a total teardown), then the Thunder can float offers for Dennis Schroder and Steven Adams as well. However, trading them isn't mandatory. They're both 27 years old, which is a stark difference from Chris Paul (35) and Gallinari (32).
Even if we lose some veterans, we can see the outline of a team that makes sense here. You'd have Shai Gilgeous-Alexander as a focal point combo guard. You'd have People's Champ Lu Dort as your go-to defender. You'd have Darius Bazley working his way into a potential starting role down the road. Still, this feels more like a supporting cast than a perpetual playoff team. OKC may be one signature star away from completing this next phase.
It'll be hard for Oklahoma City to draw in that future franchise player in free agency, and it'll be hard for them to do with their draft pick this year ( # 25). Fortunately, they're going to have a lot of swings at the plate in the years to come. They own their own picks after this year, as well as a boatload of future R1 picks via the Westbrook and George trades.
Overall, this is a team that needs to be thinking with a long-term approach. Even if they want to roll it back and try to make the playoffs this next season, they'll need to start the next era eventually.
step three: get back out on the dating market and get re-married
The uncertainty about the future (and perhaps the inevitability of the rebuild) helped spur coach Billy Donovan to travel elsewhere. In his place, the team will need to find a coach who has the patience and skill set for a long-term plan.
We haven't heard much about the Oklahoma City coaching search, which makes sense since they are not likely to spend a ton to find a big name. In fact, I wouldn't be shocked if they default to someone like current assistant Mo Cheeks as a cheap placeholder. If the team decides to keep the core together, an experienced coach like that makes some sense.
More likely, they're try to find a younger coach who can take the reins for the foreseeable future. There are a ton of quality prospects in that ilk. Among them: Ime Udoka (PHI), Stephen Silas (DAL), Wes Unseld Jr. (DEN), Nate Tibbetts (POR), Jay Larranaga (BOS), Chris Fleming (CHI), Darvin Ham (MIL), Nate Bjorkgren (TOR), Becky Hammon (SA), and Alex Jensen (UTA). Bigger names like Kenny Atkinson and Dave Joerger make some sense as well, although they'd be more expensive given their prior experience.
Given the supply and demand, the Thunder can take their time and be thorough in their search. They need to find someone who can be in lockstep with Presti going forward. In a sense, Presti is going to have to go on a bunch of speed dates and propose to someone at the end of the night. They want this marriage to last for the next 5+ years or more.
Without the benefit of being in the room for those interviews (or having any basketball experience at all), it seems like Ime Udoka would be at the top of the list. While he doesn't have head coaching experience yet, he's been knocking on that door for some time. He's built up a good resume, with experience as a player, as an assistant in San Antonio, and as an assistant for Team USA. He checks the box for a developmental coach, but also would have some credibility as a former player to connect with veterans like Chris Paul (if he stays put.)
step four: prepare for the future with more modern basketball as well
With Chris Paul taking the lead role, the Oklahoma City Thunder were a good team. They were also an old-fashioned team by the standards of their offensive shot distribution. They finished 27th (out of 30) in three-point attempts. It made sense for this team to take advantage of their midrange game when they had CP3 in tow, but that needs to change if they play without him in the future. Not hitting threes puts you at a natural disadvantage. It's no surprise that -- as talented as the team was -- they only finished 16th in offensive rating this year. They arguably outplayed Houston in the playoffs as well, but 3s are going to beat 2s in a larger sample.
Increasing your 3PA isn't going to be easy if the team loses Danilo Gallinari in free agency (or sign-and-trade). They don't have great shooters lined up waiting in the wings either.
Practically, there are a few steps that OKC can take to increase their three-point shooting. For one, they need to limit the amount of defensive stoppers they have in the rotation. Free agent Andre Roberson still has a lot of defensive potential, but he's never going to be a great offensive player. Now that you have Lu Dort locked up under a team-friendly contract, it doesn't make a world of sense to double dip with another defense-only player. If Roberson wants to re-sign for a very cheap deal, that's great. But realistically, his days with the Thunder may be over.
Similarly, SG Terrance Ferguson needs to step up his offense in order to merit extended minutes. He's a solid defender, but he's a 3+D player who hasn't been hitting threes reliably. Last season, he sagged to 29% beyond the arc. Ferguson is still a young player (age 22), but next season will be his 4th in the NBA. Unless we see signs that he's going to get notably better, then he may need to have a reduced role. Effectively, OKC needs to pit Ferguson and Dort against each other to see who justifies minutes. Playing both (and/or Andre Roberson) is going to make their offense tougher sledding.
Free agent center Nerlens Noel is a trickier proposition. On face value, he's another player with limited offense that won't help boost the team on that end. Still, the fleet-footed Noel has always been undervalued by the NBA, so the Thunder should keep him as long as he's at his typical bargain prices.
All in all, the Thunder will need to add more shooting and more offensive talent eventually. As nice of a story as their 2019-20 season turned out to be, it was more of a bridge to the future than a permanent fixture.
previous offseason blueprints
ATL, BKN, BOS, CHA, CHI, CLE, DAL, DEN, DET, HOU, IND, GS, LAC, MEM, MIL, MIN, NYK, ORL, PHX, POR, SA, SAC, TOR, UTA, WAS
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2020.10.01 03:10 DodgerBot Game Chat 9/30 - NLWC Game 1 - Brewers (0) @ Dodgers (0) 7:08 PM

Brewers (29-31) @ Dodgers (43-17)

First Pitch: 7:08 PM at Dodger Stadium
Pitcher TV Radio
Brewers Brent Suter (0-0, -.-- ERA) ESPN WTMJ
Dodgers Walker Buehler (0-0, -.-- ERA) ESPN 570, KTNQ (ES)
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Pitcher Notes

Team Notes
Brewers Suter will start a bullpen game for the Brewers in Game 1, functioning as the "opener" because Milwaukee's starting rotation has been thinned by injury. In 16 appearances (four starts) this season, Suter posted a 3.13 ERA over 31 2/3 innings, with a 29.4 percent strikeout rate.
Dodgers He has pitched only four innings in three weeks, but the Dodgers are confident enough that a blister is healed to give the Game 1 start to Buehler. He has the repertoire to dominate. He will be pitching on five days’ rest.

Line Score - Game Over

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
MIL 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 0
LAD 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 6 1

Box Score

LAD AB R H RBI BB SO BA
RF Betts 4 1 2 1 0 1 .500
SS Seager, C 3 2 1 1 1 0 .333
3B Turner 4 0 0 0 0 0 .000
1B Muncy 2 0 0 0 2 1 .000
C Smith, W 3 0 0 1 1 1 .000
CF Bellinger 4 0 1 0 0 0 .250
LF Pollock 3 0 1 1 1 0 .333
2B Hernández, K 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000
DH Rios 3 0 0 0 1 1 .000
LF Taylor, Ch 3 1 1 0 0 1 .333
LAD IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Buehler 4.0 3 2 2 2 8 73-51 4.50
Urías 3.0 3 0 0 0 5 52-37 0.00
Treinen 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 11-8 0.00
Jansen, K 1.0 0 0 0 1 1 16-9 0.00
MIL AB R H RBI BB SO BA
LF Yelich 5 0 2 0 0 2 .400
RF Braun 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000
RF Taylor 2 0 0 0 0 1 .000
1B Gyorko 4 0 0 0 0 1 .000
DH Vogelbach 4 1 1 0 0 2 .250
CF García, Av 4 0 3 0 0 0 .750
SS Arcia 4 1 1 2 0 3 .250
3B Sogard 3 0 0 0 1 0 .000
2B Hiura 3 0 0 0 1 1 .000
C Narváez 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000
C Nottingham 2 0 0 0 0 2 .000
PH Peterson 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000
MIL IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Suter 1.2 3 3 3 5 0 51-21 16.20
Yardley 2.1 0 0 0 0 2 26-18 0.00
Topa 2.0 1 0 0 1 0 27-17 0.00
Peralta, F 1.0 1 1 1 0 1 18-12 9.00
Rasmussen 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 21-13 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
B1 Will Smith walks. Mookie Betts scores. Corey Seager to 3rd. Max Muncy to 2nd. 1-0
B1 AJ Pollock walks. Corey Seager scores. Max Muncy to 3rd. Will Smith to 2nd. 2-0
B2 Mookie Betts doubles (2) on a sharp line drive to center fielder Avisail Garcia. Chris Taylor scores. 3-0
T4 Orlando Arcia homers (1) on a line drive to center field. Daniel Vogelbach scores. 3-2
B7 Corey Seager homers (1) on a fly ball to center field. 4-2

Highlights

Description Length HD
Dodgers lineup announced before Game 1 0:16 HD
Mookie Betts lines an RBI double to center field 0:13 HD
Mookie Betts' double leads to 2 runs in the 1st 0:25 HD
Orlando Arcia belts a two-run home run to left field 0:33 HD
Corey Seager belts a solo home run to center field 0:15 HD

Decisions

Winning Pitcher Losing Pitcher Save
Urías (1-0, 0.00) Suter (0-1, 16.20) Jansen, K (1, 0.00)
Game ended at 10:26 PM.
Attendance Weather Wind
85°F, Clear 7 mph, In From LF
HP: Mark Ripperger, 1B: Quinn Wolcott, 2B: Jim Reynolds, 3B: Alfonso Marquez, LF: Chris Guccione, RF: Lance Barrett
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2020.09.26 15:38 ZandrickEllison Offseason Blueprint: The Toronto Raptors already had their fairy tale ending, but now they'd like a sequel

The playoffs continue to rage on, but there are 26 teams sitting at home with nothing to do but twiddle their thumbs, watch the Conference Finals, and wait for next season to start.
For their sake, we wanted to look ahead with the next edition of the OFFSEASON BLUEPRINT series. In each, we'll preview some big decisions and make some recommendations for plans of attack along the way. Today, we're looking at the Toronto Raptors
step one: Wish Upon a Star...
When the Toronto Raptors and Vancouver Grizzlies came into the league (in 1995), expectations weren't terribly high. They felt like filler teams, made for Michael Jordan to break records against. Maybe they'd have a playoff appearance here and there, but there's way that they'd ever be an elite contender. There was no way that some random ass team from Canada would rise to the top of the league. Sadly, Vancouver has fallen off the map (for now), but Toronto has exploded as one of the best stories and best franchises in the association.
This fairy tale didn't happen overnight. The Raptors had some nice moments and nice young stars in the past -- Damon Stoudamire, Vince Carter, Chris Bosh -- but they won a grand total of 1 playoff series over their first 20 seasons in the NBA. Given that, their latest stretch has been remarkable. They've won 48 games for seven seasons in a row, including 50+ in each of the last five. They won with Kawhi Leonard, but they managed to survive and stay relevant without him as well. Making the playoffs has become part of their DNA. Masai Ujiri, Nick Nurse, and Kyle Lowry have earned a lot of attention and credit for that (rightfully so), but we also have to give credit to Coach Dwane Casey and DeMar DeRozan for helping to get the ball rolling in the first place.
Wisely, the Raptors locked up Nick Nurse to a contract extension this offseason. The next step should be doing the same with Ujiri. The fact that high-profile teams and big markets like the New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, L.A. Lakers, and L.A. Clippers all have power brokers in place should be seen as a positive there. There aren't many franchises that in a position to throw $10M+ his way. Still, there's no reason the team should let their magic genie Ujiri go. In a league where role players get $10-15M a year, top executives deserve to get obscenely rich as well. Losing Ujiri would sting badly -- not only for basketball reasons, but also for reputation reasons. The Raptors have had all their wishes come true so far; they can't start pinching pennies now just because it's expensive to varnish a magic lamp.
step two: convince FVV that there is nothing more than this provincial life
It's the dream of every college basketball player to earn the attention and affection of NBA scouts. At Wichita State, Fred VanVleet did his part to turn their eye. He started 100+ games, and helped lead the Shockers to a combined record of 121-24 across four seasons on campus. When he finally strolled into the NBA ballroom... he received nothing but crickets. Eyerolls. Murmurs about his unappealing body. He didn't get drafted at all.
Now, four seasons and one championship later, the league suitors are singing a different tune. It's going to be a weak free agent class, and FVV is one of the Belles of the ball. There's talk that he can generate $15M, $18M, $20M! in salary per season. Heck, I've even heard some talk like 4 years, $100M (that's $25M per year, if you're no bookworm like Belle.)
Ironically, it's some of the same qualities that made NBA scouts dismiss him that make FVV an appealing target now. He's shorter and stubbier, but that strength allows him to play and defend both PG and SG. In fact, basketball-reference charted him as playing 56% of his minutes at SG this season. VanVleet's shooting prowess (39.3% from three for his career) also fits like a glove in the modern NBA. He can be a lead guard, or he can be a complementary 3+D spacing guard... he can do a variety of things to win a team win. As such, he's a "high floor" and "high character" acquisition that can justify an inflated salary, a la Malcolm Brogdon last year (who got 4 years, $85M total from Indiana.)
VanVleet would be a valuable addition to any team, but he's especially valuable to this particular Toronto team. He's already shown that he can play alongside Kyle Lowry, but he may have an even larger role in the future. Lowry's massive contract ($30M per year) is coming off the books after next year. As good as Lowry has been, he's 34 now, and he's not going to be a viable starter forever. VanVleet can continue to play in tandem with Lowry now, and then potentially take the reins of the lead guard position for the next 5 years after. Through that lens, $20M doesn't sound unreasonable at all. I also like the idea of retaining some members of the title team as long as possible, as it adds prestige to the franchise.
No doubt, the Raps will want VanVleet back, even if he's paid $20M per season. He may be worth that. The question is: what happens if he gets offered more than he's worth? What if the Knicks get crazy and offer him $25M or more?
Toronto can't get into an unreasonable bidding war, but they can evoke VanVleet's emotional connection to the franchise and fan base. They helped give him the development and opportunity to become a star. And while Toronto isn't a traditional "big market" compared to New York City, it may be more appealing. Toronto’s a thriving city, where $20 (or $20M) goes a lot further than NYC. Moreover, VanVleet will be a beloved member of the Raptors' franchise and their legacy. If he goes off to be a hired gun somewhere else, those new fans may turn on him as soon as his shooting slumps. If Toronto is effectively "The Beast" (that you learned to love), the Knicks may be "Gaston," the showy rival that you'll only end up resenting. I truly believe that VanVleet is better off in Toronto (even at 80-90% of the price) than going to a franchise like the Knicks. Of course, it's not my decision to make.
step three: Jack and the (singular) Beanstalk
Presuming that Toronto is able to come up with a new accord with Fred VanVleet, they'll have limited coins left in the purse. They may need to make a decision regarding their bigs, with both Marc Gasol and Serge Ibaka entering free agency as well. These are two decorated veterans who have gotten used to gold (this season, Gasol made $25.5M and Ibaka made $23M.)
While the Raptors' frontcourt depth helped them win a title, it doesn't make sense to double dip and OVERLOAD on the position. The modern NBA doesn't cater to centers, so you don't want to tilt your salary cap too much in that direction. Moreover, backup Chris Boucher (also a free agent) deserves some more playing time. It's very realistic for the team to pick one of their current bigs, and roll with Boucher as a backup.
Between the two bigs, I'd lean to retaining Serge Ibaka over Marc Gasol myself. As always, Gasol's raw stats -- 7.5 points and 6.3 rebounds -- don't reflect his actual value. He's a good, heady basketball player who is able to stretch the court offensively. Even at age 35, he's still a good defensive presence. In fact, ESPN's RPM metric graded him as a +3.4 impact per 100 possessions on defense, 5th best among all centers. Still, it's hard to ignore the age factor. Gasol's 35 now, and turning 36 in January. Based on either the eye test or analytics, you can see some decline in his play. Retaining him on a 1-year deal would make sense, but anything more than that would be risky.
Meanwhile, Serge Ibaka is no spring chicken himself. He's listed at 31 (and some think he may be older than that.) Still, he doesn't appear to be in as noticeable of a decline. He still has some spring to his legs, which aids him as a rim protector and also helps him convert inside on offense. He actually outpaced Gasol this year in terms of true shooting percentage 58% to 55%. Overall, Gasol vs. Ibaka is fairly even right now, but we'd have to lean in favor of the younger player as we project to the future. All things (and contracts) being equal, I'd re-sign Serge Ibaka. If Gasol wants to undercut Ibaka and come in for a cheaper deal, then that's a legitimate option as well. Center is less of a priority for all teams right now, and the Raps shouldn't overpay for competent play down low.
step four: dream of a date with Prince Charming, but settle for Prince Charming-Enough
The Toronto Raptors and their fans have their eyes on the prize: Giannis Antetokounmpo. The Greek Freak may hit free agency in 2021, at which point the Raptors could be a legitimate contender for his services.
Realistically, it's hard to imagine the team clearing enough space to sign Antetokounmpo outright. They'd have the room if they didn't re-sign Fred VanVleet or Serge Ibaka to long-term deals, but if they did that, why would Antetokounmpo want to come play for them? He's not leaving Milwaukee unless he signs up with a superior roster.
More likely, Toronto would need to work out some sign and trade centered on Pascal Siakam (and his $30M salary.) If the Raptors had the chance to grab Antetokounmpo, they wouldn't mind waving their diamond in the rough Siakam goodbye. There's some duplication to their talents and skill sets, only Antetokounmpo is a much better version of it. He's also about a year younger. With a Siakam to Antetokounmpo upgrade, the Raps would be right back in the title picture again.
While this whole entry has been about fairy tales, let's take a step back and presume that doesn't happen. What then...?
The first step would be trying to put Siakam in better situations to score. He had been incredibly efficient as a secondary option behind Kawhi Leonard, crashing in the paint and shooting 60.2% from two-point range. This past season, as the go-to scorer, he found those shots harder to come by and saw his two-point percentage plummet down to 49.9%. As a result, his true shooting numbers crashed from 62.8% to 55.4%. Some of that is injury related, but a lot of it is shot distribution and defensive attention. Simply put, Siakam had to work a lot harder to get his points. The prior season, 49% of his twos and 98% of his threes were assisted. This year, those numbers dropped to 42% and 66% respectively. He also took longer threes. In 2018-19, 68% of his three pointers came in the corner. This year, that dropped to 22%. (All numbers courtesy of basketball-reference.)
Overall, the Raptors may need to rethink their usage of Siakam and have him take a step back as a lead option. While the team was still successful overall, their offense wasn't any great shakes, ranking 14th overall. That has to improve if they want to win the East again. One way to potentially do that is to redistribute the scoring wealth. Rather than treating Siakam as a top option, treat him as an option. He's a solid scorer and ball mover -- like most of his teammates -- so let's get them all involved equally. The Raptors goal should be to have their top 6 players (Siakam, Lowry, FVV, O.G. Anunoby, Ibaka/Gasol, and Norman Powell) all average around 15 points per game. They can also get more from rising players like Chris Boucher, Terence Davis, and Matt Thomas (a better marksman than Snow White's Huntsman). With balanced scoring like that from all over the roster, they may be able to get their offense back into the top 10. Better still, they may spin a whole new fairy tale for the Canadian kids to enjoy.
previous offseason blueprints
ATL, BKN, CHA, CHI, CLE, DAL, DET, HOU, IND, GS, LAC, MIL, MIN, NYK, ORL, POR, SA, SAC, UTA
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Sports Affiliated Voting Initiatives: NBA

[Vote: NBA arenas & facilities being used for 2020 election]1
[RISE to Vote]2 : RISE to Vote is a nonpartisan initiative of RISE that partners with sports teams, leagues and athletes to improve civic engagement in our country.
Early Voters: for some states only certain precincts can vote at the stadiums, make sure you check ahead of time.
[Know How To Vote]3 , and [Check Your Deadlines]4
Team City State Location Events Other
[Atlanta Hawks]5 Atlanta GA [State Farm Arena]6 Early voting location for Fulton County residents only for the Presidential General Election and Special Election, Oct. 12-30. This location is for early voting only, and will not be open during election day. [Voter registration competition with Golden State Warriors.]7
[Brooklyn Nets]8 Brooklyn NY [Barclays Center]9 Will host voters for Early Voting, Oct. 24 – Nov. 1, and on Election Day, Nov. 3. [Social Justice Commitment Statement]10
[Charlotte Hornets]11 Charlotte NC [Spectrum Center]12 Will host early voting for the 2020 elections from October 15 – 31. Voting hours will be 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. on weekdays, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturdays and 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. [Swarm the Polls]13
[Cleveland Cavaliers]14 Cleveland OH [Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse]15 Will host National Voter’s Registration Day, September 22nd from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Polling location for Nov. 3rd election for registered voters residing in precincts I, L and Q in Cleveland’s Ward 3. [National Voters Registration Day]16
[Dallas Mavericks]17 Dallas TX [American Airlines Center]18 Will host as a polling location for the Nov. 3rd election. [VOTE Mavs Take Action!]19
[Detroit Pistons]20 Detroit MI [Henry Ford Performance Center]21 Will host as a voting center for the Nov. 3rd election. [Get In the Game. VOTE.]22
[Houston Rockets]23 Houston TX [Toyota Center]24 Will be open to any registered voter in Harris County from Oct. 13-30 and on Election Day, Nov. 3. Hours of operation will run seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. N/A
[Golden State Warriors]25 Oakland, San Francisco, and Santa Cruz CA [Oakland Facility, Kaiser Permanente Arena, Thrive City]26 Oakland Facility and Kaiser Permanente Arena in Santa Cruz will both serve as polling sites and ballot drop-off locations on Election Day, November 3, 2020. The Oakland Facility will also serve as a poll worker training location. Thrive City will serve as a ballot drop-off location for San Francisco County voters from October 31 through November 3. [Voter registration competition with Atlanta Hawks.]27
[Indiana Pacers]28 Indianapolis IN [Bankers Life Fieldhouse]29 If you are registered to vote in Marion County then you can go to Bankers Life Filedhouse to vote on Nov. 3rd. N/A
[LA Clippers]30 Inglewood CA [The Forum]31 Voters will be able to vote in person or drop off mail-in ballots at the Forum from October 24 - November 3. N/A
[Los Angeles Lakers]32 Los Angeles CA [Staples Center]33 Voters can cast their ballot at beginning Friday, October 30 through Election Day, November 3. Will also act as a Vote by Mail Drop Box location for those who prefer to drop off their voted mail-in ballot in an official drop box provided by the L.A. County Registrar's office. [More Than A Vote]34 is spearheaded by LeBron James.
[Milwaukee Bucks]35 Milwaukee WI [Fiserv Forum]36 From Oct. 20 through Nov. 1, the City of Milwaukee announced that voters may cast their ballots in-person at Fiserv Forum for the Nov. 3 election. N/A
[New York Knicks]37 New York City NY [Madison Square Garden]38 Manhattan voters who are assigned to Madison Square Garden can vote early from October 24th thru November 1st with varying hours, including weekends, early morning and evening hour options. Voting booths will be located at Madison Square Garden’s Chase Square, at the 7th Avenue entrance between 31st and 33rd Streets in New York, NY. N/A
[Oklahoma City Thunder]39 Oklahoma City OK [Chesapeake Energy Arena]40 As part of the program, the Thunder will hold voter registration drives inside Chesapeake Energy Arena every Saturday from Sept.12 - Oct. 4, leading up to the Oct. 9 deadline to register to vote in the Nov. 3 general election. [Thunder Vote]41
[Orlando Magic]42 Orlando FL [Amway Center]43 Will be open on September 22 for voter registration. This will also take place inside the Disney Atrium from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The facility will be open starting October 19 – November 1, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. on the north side of Amway Center at the Church Street entrance inside the Disney Atrium. All registered voters from Orange County will be able to cast their ballot. [Get Off the Bench. Get Into the Game. VOTE]44
[Philadelphia 76ers]45 Philadelphia PA [Wells Fargo Center]46 Undecided [Vote 76]47
[Phoenix Suns]48 Pheonix AZ [Veterans Memorial Coliseum]49 Will serve as a voting center and early voting ballot drop location. A date is still in the works to accept early ballots. N/A
[Sacramento Kings]50 Sacramento CA [Golden 1 Center]51 Will be open to the public leading up to the General Election, October 24 to November 3. N/A
[San Antonio Spurs]52 San Antonio TX [AT&T Center]53 Will serve as an early voting site from Oct. 13-30 and Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3 N/A
[Utah Jazz]54 Salt Lake City UT [Vivint Arena]55 Will serve as polling stations for the General Election on Nov. 3 as an alternative to people unable to vote by mail. N/A
[Washington Wizards]56 Washington DC [Capital One ]57 Will be open for Early Voting, which runs Tuesday, October 27, 2020 – Monday, November 2, 2020. The hours for Early Voting are 8:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. On Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Capital One Arena will be open from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. [Rep the District and Vote]58
[Minnesota Timberwolves]59 Minneapolis-Saint Paul MN N/A N/A [Pack the Vote]60
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2020.09.07 20:23 absolutkaos {GAME THREAD} PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 - GAME 5 - Boston Celtics (2-2) @ TORONTO RAPTORS (2-2) - 6:30pm (EST)

🗣️REMINDER🗣️: WHAT GETS ME BANNED FROM /torontoraptors?

GAME INFO:
Game Number: 2020 PLAYOFFS - ROUND 2 - GAME 5
Date: Monday September 7th, 2020
Current Streak: W2
Tip Off: 6:30 pm (EST)
Venue: ESPN WWOS ARENA (Orlando, Florida)
Weather: 32°C (90°F) - MOSTLY CLOUDY
EASTERN CONF. PLAYOFF PICTURE:
ROUND 2 W ECF
(1) MILWAUKEE 1 XXXXX
(4) MIAMI 3 WINNER ROUND. 2
(3) BOSTON 2 WINNER ROUND. 2
(2) TORONTO 2 XXXXX
MEDIA:
Game Notes: TORONTO RAPTORS
Canadian TV: TSN 1/4/5 @ 6:30pm (EST)
^ Pre-Game on TSN 1/4/5 @ 6:00pm (EST)
US National TV: TNT
Legal Streams:
Radio:
UNIFORMS:
BOXSCORES:
BETTING INFO:
Spread: Raptors +1.5 (-110)
Total: 212.0 (-110)
Money Line: Raptors +100
EXPECTED STARTING LINE UPS:
POSITION RAPTORS OPPONENT
PG Kyle Lowry Kemba Walker
SG Fred VanVleet Marcus Smart
SF OG Anunoby Jaylen Brown
PF Pascal Siakam Jayson Tatum
C Marc Gasol Daniel Theis
INJURY REPORT:
(as of 2:00pm report)
RAPTORS STATUS INJURY
Oshae Brissett OUT Right Knee; Surgery
Patrick McCaw OUT Left Knee; Surgery
OPPONENT STATUS INJURY
Javonte Green OUT Right Knee; Surgery
Gordon Hayward OUT Right Ankle; Sprain
Vincent Poirier OUT Personal Reasons
NBA REFEREE ASSIGNMENTS:
POSITION NUMBER NAME
Crew Chief #05 Kane Fitzgerald
Referee #42 Eric Lewis
Umpire #61 Courtney Kirkland
Alternate #38 Michael Smith
wear a mask.
wash your hands.
install the Gov't of Canada COVID tracing app.
US Citizens living in Canada. REGISTER TO VOTE!

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2020.09.07 16:00 GuyOnTheMike Weekly Recap September 1-6

Well, we have arrived! The final full week of play has finished and the playoff picture is wrapped up at this point. The most improbable finals matchup we could've asked for will happen. Milwaukee and Sioux Falls, who each went 38-62 in 2019, were thrown in against four strong squads who averaged 61 wins (in a 100 game schedule) a season ago, yet outpaced all four of those squads. At this point, some jockeying for position will be done, but beyond that, we know that against all odds, either Sioux Falls or Milwaukee will be the American Association champion.
HIGHLIGHT OF THE WEEK
The Milwaukee Milkmen are heading to the postseason for the first time in franchise history, and on top of it, they will most likely be the regular-season champion. All-in-all, it was stunning turnaround, as the Milkmen put together an impressive pitching staff featuring four former MLB pitchers, plus the top reliever in the league, which was enough to compensate for the league's worst offense. Not only that, but for the clincher on Saturday night, the Milkmen pulled in an announced 2,265 fans, the largest crowd in the AA this season.
Additionally, Sioux Falls clinched their playoff berth in style, out-slugging Chicago in their home finale (also in front of a very nice crowd) to clinch not just their first playoff berth since 2010, but also their first winning season since that same year. It was an improbable year for both the league's newest franchise and for the league's long-time doormat.
LOWLIGHT OF THE WEEK
An embodiment of the disappointing season by the Chicago Dogs, Victor Roache was in position to perhaps be the AA home run champion, with 14 homers through just 33 games. However, after going deep for the 15th time on August 19, Roache has gone cold--extremely cold. Since that date, Roache is an almost unfathomable 4-for-66 over 17 games, with one extra base hit (which came yesterday), just four RBI, and 30 strikeouts (giving him 87 in just 56 games). His slash line has sunk from .286/.323/.617 to just .218/.267/.464, a drop in OPS from .940 to .731.
TUESDAY ROUND UP
Winnipeg at Chicago-Postponed due to rain
Will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Thursday
Fargo-Moorhead 7, Sioux Falls 3
The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks continued their stunning run, racking up their eighth-straight win. The RedHawks raced out to a 6-0 lead after two innings and never looked back. Leobaldo Pina got the festivities started in the bottom of the first with an opposite-field grand slam, which was enough for Kevin McGovern. The southpaw allowed three runs on four hits over 5.1 innings to earn the win, his first victory with the RedHawks and the 48th of his AA career.
W: Kevin McGovern (2-1), L: Tanner Anderson (1-2), SV: Ryan Williams (1), HR: SF-Logan Landon (8), Clint Coulter (10), FM-Leobaldo Pina (4)
Milwaukee 1, St. Paul 0
A former MLB All-Star in Henderson Alvarez and a longtime AA stalwart in Mike Devine matched up in the pitcher's duel of the year. Devine allowed just an unearned on four hits over 8.1 innings, striking out 13 and throwing an insane 138 pitches. However, Alvarez allowed just two hits and did not walk a man over 8.0 shutout innings, earning the win and dealing Devine the toughest-luck loss any AA pitcher has seen this year.
W: Henderson Alvarez (1-1), L: Mike Devine (3-3), SV: Peyton Gray (19)
WEDNESDAY ROUND UP
Sioux Falls 4, Fargo-Moorhead 1 (11 innings)
Fargo-Moorhead finally saw their eight-game winning streak end, but it took a fight. The RedHawks scored an unearned run off Tyler Herron in the first, with Sioux Falls answering in the second. Both starters buckled down after that, with Herron allowing just the one run over 7.0 innings and RedHawks lefty John Anderson countering with 7.1 innings of one-run ball. The dam finally broke in the 11th as Damek Tomscha homered with one out, followed by a pair of unearned insurance runs to give the Canaries a much-needed win.
W: Grady Wood (2-1), L: Bret Helton (4-2), SV: Keaton Steele (15), HR: SF-Damek Tomscha (11)
St. Paul 9, Milwaukee 2
After being held to two hits the night before, St. Paul's offense woke up while they held Milwaukee to two hits. The Saints led 5-0 after three and cruised from there, as Chuck Taylor crushed a three-run homer and Chris Chinea added a three-run double in support of Nick Belzer, who allowed just one hit (a solo homer by Adam Walker) over 5.0 innings to earn the win.
W: Nick Belzer (4-3), L: Drew Hutchinson (1-2), HR: MIL-Adam Walker (21), STP-Chuck Taylor (1), Alonzo Harris (5)
Chicago 10, Winnipeg 6
Winnipeg's woes continued, as the Goldeyes lost their 10th straight game, thanks to a five-homer outburst by the Chicago Dogs. Tyler Ladendorf broke out of his mega-slump with two homers and five RBI and Kelly Dugan hit his first two homers in a Dogs uniform, all supporting Luke Westphal who gave up five runs in 6.1 innings, but struck out 10 for the third time this year. Kyle Martin of Winnipeg hit two homers and drove in four in a losing effort.
W: Luke Westphal (3-2), L: Mitchell Lambson (4-3), HR: WIN-Kyle Martin 2 (12), CHI-Joey Terdoslavich (13), Tyler Ladendorf 2 (11), Kelly Dugan 2 (2)
THURSDAY ROUND UP
Chicago 14, Winnipeg 11-Game 1 (7 innings)
In a wild matchup, the two squads combined for 25 runs and 29 hits--in just seven innings. Chicago jumped out to a 14-4 lead after five, but had to hang on as Winnipeg rallied late, only to drop their 11th straight contest. K.C. Hobson led the way with a homer and five RBI, while three other Dogs reached the seats. Darnell Sweeney had two homers and four RBI for the Goldeyes, but it was not enough, as starter Frank Duncan took it on the chin, allowing all 14 runs (eight earned) over 4.2 innings.
W: Thomas Dorminy (7-1), L: Frank Duncan (5-6), HR: WIN-Darnell Sweeney 2 (13), CHI-Joey Terdoslavich (14), Tyler Ladendorf (12), K.C. Hobson (8), Logan Moore (4)
Winnipeg 7, Chicago 3-Game 2 (7 innings)
At long last, the wretched 11-game losing streak was snapped by Winnipeg, as the Goldeyes scored six runs in the top of the 6th to overcome a one-run deficit. Kyle Martin and Jordan George homered to lead the charge, and Evan Grills held the Dogs to three runs (one earned) on just three hits over 5.0 innings, and two relievers held the Dogs hitless to secure the first Winnipeg win since August 21.
W: Evan Grills (2-2), L: Jake Dalhberg (3-4), HR: WIN-Kyle Martin (13), Jordan George (7)
Fargo-Moorhead 8, Sioux Falls 6
In their home finale, Fargo-Moorhead earned a series victory. Leobaldo Pina homered twice, one inside-the-park, and one over the wall, driving in three runs to lead the RedHawks. Drew Ward added three hits in support of Bradin Hagens, who allowed four runs (two earned) over a season-high 7.1 innings to earn the win. Andrew Ely was 3-for-4 with two homers and four RBI in a losing effort.
W: Bradin Hagens (4-3), L: Eddie Medina (1-8), HR: SF-Andrew Ely 2 (7), Mike Hart (7), FM-Leobaldo Pina 2 (6)
Milwaukee 10, St. Paul 5
Milwaukee secured the series victory by scoring five runs in the top of the first and held on, despite St. Paul closing the gap to two runs at one point. Three Milkmen homered, including Brett Vertigan's first homer of the season. Christian Correa added three RBI as well. Tim Dillard allowed three runs over 5.0 innings to earn the win as four relievers held the Saints at bay.
W: Tim Dillard (2-0), L: Ryan Zimmerman (4-4), HR: MIL-Brett Vertigan (1), Dylan Tice (4), Jose Sermo (5), STP-Mikey Reynolds (6), Alonzo Harris (6), John Silviano (11)
FRIDAY ROUND UP
Fargo-Moorhead 5, Milwaukee 2
The RedHawks won the series opener in Milwaukee. The RedHawks scored all five of their runs by the way of four home runs, with Christian Ibarra contributing a homer and two RBI as part of a 3-for-4 day. Tyler Pike, meanwhile, kept the ball in the park, allowing just an unearned run over 7.1 innings, while striking out eight to earn their first win. On the other side, Ryan Kussmaul struck out 10 RedHawks over his 5.0 innings, but saw his five-game winning streak come to an end.
W: Tyler Pike (3-5), L: Ryan Kussmaul (5-2), SV: Tyler Wilson (1), HR: FM-Forrest Allday (7), Drew Ward (14), Christian Ibarra (3), Alex Boxwell (2)
Sioux Falls 10, Chicago 5
After Chicago took a 1-0 lead, Sioux Falls hit five homers and scored every inning from the 3rd through 7th, scoring 10 unanswered runs to double up Chicago. Logan Landon had two homers and five RBI to lead the way, while Jabari Henry was 3-for-4 with his own longball. Tyler Danish turned in his third straight start with just one run allowed, allowing just four hits and an unearned run over 7.0 innings, striking out seven.
W: Tyler Danish (4-0), L: J.D. Busfield (4-3), HR: SF-Logan Landon 2 (10), Andrew Ely (8), Clint Coulter (11), Jabari Henry (8)
Winnipeg 8, St. Paul 3
St. Paul led 2-0 early on, but the Goldeyes scored eight runs over the 4th through 7th innings to take the series opener. Kevin Lachance was 3-for-3 with two RBI, while Darnell Sweeney and Logan Hill added solo homers. Josh Lucas allowed nine hits over 5.0 innings in his second start for Winnipeg, but allowed just two runs in a no-decision, while Kent Hasler earned the win in relief for the Goldeyes.
W: Kent Hasler (3-2), L: Matt Solter (4-4), HR: STP-Mikey Reynolds (7), Drew Stankiewicz (1), WIN-Darnell Sweeney (14), Logan Hill (6)
SATURDAY ROUND UP
Sioux Falls 11, Chicago 4
For the second straight night, the Canaries offense overwhelmed Chicago, pounding out 14 hits in a blowout win. Logan Landon had a big night, going 4-for-6 with two doubles and four RBI to lead the Canaries. On the mound, Ty Culbreath turned in his longest start of the year for the Birds, going 7.0 innings and allowing two runs on five hits to earn the win. The win by the Canaries eliminated Chicago from playoff contention.
W: Ty Culbreath (3-2), Eddie Butler (0-7)
Milwaukee 3, Fargo-Moorhead 2 (11 innings)
Fargo-Moorhead scored twice in the third, and for most of the night, that held up. Matt Tomshaw tossed 7.0 shutout innings, but Logan Trowbridge homered in the 8th, and Adam Walker tied it with his own solo shot in the 9th to send the game to extras, where Milwaukee won on a walk-off error in the 11th inning. Tomshaw tied the league's single-game high for the year with 13 strikeouts over 9.0 innings of five-hit ball, albeit in a no-decision. David Holmberg was similarly stellar for the Milkmen, allowing two runs (one earned) on just three hits over 7.1 innings with eight punchouts.
W: Peyton Gray (3-0), L: Ryan Flores (0-1), HR: MIL-Logan Trowbridge (3), Adam Walker (22)
St. Paul 7, Winnipeg 6 (12 innings)
In a back-and-forth contest, Winnipeg and St. Paul traded the lead back and forth, before St. Paul tied the game in the 9th after being down to their final strike. With the game going to extras, Jameson McGrane struck out five over 3.0 hitless innings, leading up to Nate Samson's RBI triple in the 12th that gave the Saints the lead for good. Mitch Ghelfi added a three-run homer for the Saints in the win, which allowed Milwaukee to clinch a playoff berth.
W: Jameson McGrane (1-1), L: Josh Gorman (1-2), SV: Paul Voelker (1) HR: STP-Mitch Ghelfi (3), WIN-Kyle Martin (14), Kevin Lachance (5)
SUNDAY ROUND UP
Milwaukee 7, Fargo-Moorhead 4
In a do-or-die game for Fargo-Moorhead, the RedHawks died early, as the Milkmen scored four runs in the first inning and never were seriously threatened the rest of the way. With the early support, Henderson Alvarez turned in his second strong outing of the week, allowing two runs over 6.0 innings to earn the win. Drew Ward was 3-for-5 with a homer in the loss, which eliminated the RedHawks.
W: Henderson Alvarez (2-1), L: Kevin McGovern (2-2), HR: FM-Forrest Allday (8), Drew Ward (15), Alex Boxwell (3)
St. Paul 7, Winnipeg 3
St. Paul hit three homers to take a 7-0 lead through five innings, and the rest was the Mike Devine Show. Devine struck out 13 batters for the second time this week, allowing two runs over 7.1 innings. Meanwhile, Chris Chinea swatted a three-run homer and John Silviano added a two-run shot. Chuck Taylor rounded out the offense with a 2-for-4 day which featured a homer and two RBI for St. Paul.
W: Mike Devine (4-3), L: Mitchell Lambson (4-4), HR: STP-Chuck Taylor (2), Chris Chinea (4), John Silviano (12)
Sioux Falls 11, Chicago 9
In the latest edition of the Bird-Dog Shootout, Sioux Falls was down 6-0 through 2 1/2 innings, rallied for six runs to tie the game in the 3rd, then scored five times in the 6th to take the lead before holding off the Dogs the rest of the way, clinching their first playoff berth in a decade. Andrew Ely was 3-for-5 with a homer, while Jabari Henry homered and drove in three to pace the Birds. Ryan Brett added a key bases-loaded triple in the 3rd that tied the game initially. This contest closed out Sioux Falls' regular season slate at the Birdcage.
W: Nicco Blank (1-1), L: Paul Schwendel (0-1), SV: Keaton Steele (16), HR: CHI-Joey Terdoslavich (15), Victor Roache (16), Tyler Ladendorf (13), SF-Andrew Ely (9), Jabari Henry (9)
STANDINGS
W L GB
Milwaukee Milkmen 33 24 -
Sioux Falls Canaries 31 25 1.5
St. Paul Saints 28 29 4.5
Winnipeg Goldeyes 27 30 6
Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks 27 30 6
Chicago Dogs 24 32 8.5
WHAT'S NEXT LEFT
Milwaukee will look to secure home field advantage for the American Association Finals against Winnipeg, who will at last end their vagabond campaign as the one AA team that never played a true home game this year. Milwaukee needs two wins (or a combination of wins and Sioux Falls losses) to earn the top seed.
Sioux Falls will travel to Impact Field for the second leg of their seven-game stint with the Chicago Dogs, playing four games, including a doubleheader on Thursday to wrap up the season. Sioux Falls will have to sweep and the Dogs and have Milwaukee lose 2 of 3 to Winnipeg to secure home field, so most likely, these games won't mean a whole lot and that DH on Thursday may be very, VERY ugly.
In the one truly worthless series, Fargo-Moorhead will visit St. Paul. The Saints do have a chance to finished above .500, which they can do with a series sweep, while the RedHawks could finish the season right at .500 should they sweep, which would be remarkable in itself given the fact that they spent most of the summer in last place.
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2020.09.05 21:17 absolutkaos {GAME THREAD} PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 - GAME 4 - TORONTO RAPTORS (1-2) @ Boston Celtics (2-1) - 6:30pm (EST)

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Game Number: 2020 PLAYOFFS - ROUND 2 - GAME 4
Date: Saturday September 5th, 2020
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2020.09.04 10:20 KagsTheOneAndOnly Jimmy Butler's strengths and weaknesses

(Repost, edited some parts!)
Definitions and Terms I'll be using:
FULL LIST + EXPLANATIONS ON IMGUR: per 75, TS%, rTS%, ORTG, rORTG, PnR, PPP, AST%, Backpicks Passer Rating, Box Creation, PIPM, BPM, RAPTOR, RPM.
Name:

Jimmy Butler "Jimmy G. Buckets"

In a nutshell: 30 y/o, Miami Heat SF/PF, 6-7, 230lb, All-NBA Candidate
2020 regular-season stats: 19.9/6.7/6.0/1.8/0.6 with 2.2 TOVs on 45.5/24.4/83.4 shooting splits (58.5 TS%), 58 games played
2020 postseason stats: 22.0/4.7/4.0/2.5/0.8 with 3.3 TOVs on 46.8/54.5/85.7 shooting splits (63.0 TS%), 6 games played
Nerd stats: 25.1% Usage, +6.4 On/Off, +3.54 PIPM (16th) , +6.1 RAPTOR (10th) , +4.1 BPM (Backpicks) (13th) , +5.4 BPM (BBRef) (9th) , +3.08 RPM (23rd) , +2.21 Luck-Adjusted RAPM (12th)

🟢 The Good:

  • 🟢 Efficient volume-scorer; "Jimmy G. Buckets, The 'G' stands for 'Gets'": 21.6 Points/75 on 58.5 TS% (+2.0 rTS%) in the regular-season, 23.8 Points/75 on 63.0 TS% (+5.7 rTS%) in the playoffs thus far
Butler finished the regular-season as Miami's leading scorer. He's highly resourceful at racking up points, utilising strength, speed, craft, handles, and deft touch in the paint to compensate for a jumper that deserts him on occasion. Per Basketball Index, Butler is in the 95th-percentile at off-ball movement and finishing among wings, and in the 93rd percentile for post-scoring.
Jimmy Buckets's scoring-breakdown by zone in the 2019-20 regular-season: (per stats.nba.com)
    • 38% of his shot attempts come in the restricted area, where he's finishing at an above-average rate for forwards (64 FG%)
    • 24% of his shot attempts come in the non-restricted area of the paint (a.k.a. "floater range"), where he's also scoring at above-average rate (43.4 FG%)
    • 22% of his shot attempts come from the midrange, where he's unfortunately shot at the 2nd-worst rate in the league (31.7 FG%)
    • 16% of his shot attempts come from 3, where he's shooting at the worst rate in the league (24.8 FG%)
Jimmy uses his strength/speed/footwork combination to bulldoze or finesse his way to the rim and finish through contact, capable of athletic finishes through multiple defenders. When in the post/paint, Jimmy utilises hesitation moves and jab steps effectively, has an effective handle, excellent at keeping defenders on his hips before exploding forward and finishing either at the rim or a bit further out, with a nice little floater off two feet to finish over shotblockers. Butler is also highly physical, using his body to create space - he dips his shoulders on drives, throwing his momentum into his defender's body; he doesn't lack craft, however, using ball fakes and spins a lot (he even throws a spin-fake in there sometimes!).
To quote the great Evin Gualberto:
(Butler's) foundation is his phenomenal footwork. He’s got the poise and patience to pivot and pump, and twist, and then rip through and power to the paint. He can use his force or finish with finesse; he’ll go any way he needs in order to get to the basket, whether that’s under the defender, over, around, or even through them. He’s got the ability to hit from distance, his post game is pretty with the pristine pivoting he does, but he can also go full bully ball. Speaking of, he’s an absolute bull when he wants to get to the rim. He can score any kind of way, so as a defense, all you have to do is make him take the toughest shot possible…the only problem is, yeah, he can make those with worryingly regularity as well. He is Jimmy G Buckets after all, the G stands for gets.
In previous years, Jimmy has been a decent 3-point-shooter (36 3P% in the previous 3 seasons, on 3.2 3PA/game) and has generally shot in the high 30s from midrange, which isn't fantastic but is still a value-add to his versatility as a scorer.
In the playoffs thus far, however, Butler has been money on his jumpshots, connecting on over half his threes (though on low volume - 1.8 3PA/game) and 42% of his midrange shots (again, low volume - 12 midrange attempts) so far.
As an overall scorer, Jimmy is:
    • A hyper-competent and -active cutter (8% of his possessions, 97th percentile efficiency)
    • Fantastic in transition (12% of his possessions, 92nd percentile efficiency)
    • A competent post-operator (7% of his possessions, 80th percentile efficiency)
    • A passable PnR finisher (36% of his possessions, 56th percentile efficiency)
    • Solid in isolation situations, likely buoyed by his very good rim-finishing (10% of his possessions, 68th percentile)
    • Below-average scoring from spot-up scenerios and handoffs
Despite his jumpshot having deserted him in the regular season, Jimmy ekes out efficient scoring options via drawing fouls and very solid rim-finishing in transition, isolation, and by cutting often and decisively. To quote Zach Lowe:
(Butler) can blend into a broader offensive system as a shoulder-checking cutter, and supersede that system when the situation requires.
Accordingly, 41% of Butler's buckets are assisted, a very solid rate for a primary ball-handler who had a non-existent jumpshot during the regular-season, that showcases his off-ball activity as a ferocious cutter.
  • 🟢 Free-throw rate that would make Shaq blush
Jimmy Butler's foul-drawing rate this season has been, to put it mildly, something of an outlier.
Butler is 29th in the NBA in Points/game (19.9), but 5th in the NBA in FTA/game (9.1), and just to emphasize how absurdly often Butler's been finding his way to the line relative to his total shot attempts, here's a fun little table comparing Butler's FTA/game and Points/Game to the league's other elite free-throw-attempters: [TABLE].
To try and add even more context, Free Throw Rate (FTr) is a very simple statistic that gives the ratio of free-throw attempts to field-goal attempts.
Just to ballpark the sort of numbers we expect from high-volume free-throw shooters: famed foul-shot-aficionado James Harden's FTr this season is 0.528, meaning that he averages 0.528 free-throw attempts for every field-goal that he takes. (The Beard's career-high was 0.592, set in 2013.) Paint-destroyer Giannis Antetokounmpo has a FTr of 0.508 this year, and low-post monster Joel Embiid has a FTr of 0.543. A pretty dominant fella who went by the name of Shaquille had a career-average FTr of 0.578, averaging an incredible 0.653 in a 5-year span from 2001 to 2005.
Now, keeping all of this in mind ... Miami Heat All-Star wing Jimmy Butler's Free-Throw Rate, in the 2019-20 season, is 0.693.
(If you're wondering, Butler has more than managed to maintain this in the playoffs too -- after 6 games, Jimmy is 2nd in the entire playoffs in Free-Throw Rate, posting a ludicrous 0.810 FTr. Small sample size, obviously, but wow.)
  • 🟢 Good playmaker
First, some numbers: 6.0 Assists/Game, 7.5 Passer Rating, 7.4 Box Creation. Miami have a fairly strong offense (+1.9 rORTG, 6th) which improves by +4.1 points with Butler on the court. Per Basketball Index, Jimmy is in the 91st percentile for playmaking among wings.
For a few seasons now, Jimmy has been a very solid passer and playmaker. Mimicking another former well-known Chicago wing who went by the name of Michael, Jimmy is a low-turnover player (career 1.5 TOV/game; this season: 2.2 TOV/Game, excellent 2.73 AST/TOV ratio). He is a decisive and relatively low-error ball-handler and shot-creator, hitting bigs and shooters well off PnDHO-action. Butler manipulates defenders with his eyes to unlock shots for teammates, and is also adept at punishing help defenders who have to react to his bruising drives to the rim by kicking to shooters and dropping it off to cutters. He's developed especially good chemistry with Bam (25% of Butler's 6.0 AST/game go to Adebayo), Duncan Robinson (who receives 17% of Butler's assists), and rookie Kendrick Nunn (18%).
Some clips of Jimmy's playmaking: (Source: stats.nba.com)
  • 🟢 Excellent defender
Jimmy at his peak is easily an all-league defensive talent, with tremendous instincts and effort on D, generally remaining incredibly active on that end both on- and off-the-ball. Miami's 12th-ranked defense (-1.0 rDRTG) improves by 1.0 points with Butler on the floor. Butler’s defensive awareness is top-tier, as is his lateral quickness - he's comfortable chasing speedy guards around the court; Jimmy is also uber-switchable for his size, guarding positions 1-4 at least 18% of the time each, and guarding centers for 10% of his possessions, when switched onto bigs in Miami small-ball lineups. Jimmy is in the 82nd percentile of post defenders, fantastic given his position, and players shoot a whopping 4.4% worse on 3s when Butler's the closest defender, demonstrating his defensive engagement and closeout-speed. Butler is a very physical defender as well, often "bodying-up" larger players the post, Marcus Smart-style, crowding their space and making scoring uncomfortable.
To again quote Evin:
(Butler's) ability to stand up powerful post-up players, coupled with the quickness to stick with the shiftiest wings, and the instincts and IQ to know when to stay down and when to jump to contest, make him a dynamite defender... (he) frustrates opponents with foot speed and anticipating with active hands, he’ll blow up pick and rolls, or send his man one way only to remarkably beat him to that same spot. You’ll see jumping in passing lanes, but you’ll also just see him holding his ground a lot; in one, he even holds Melo off with one arm while grabbing the rebound with the other. His intelligence shines through when he avoids getting screened and when he forced ball handlers into help.
Butler is quite disruptive off-ball (7th in Deflections/Game, 7th in Steals/Game, 13th in Steal-%, 14th in loose-balls recovered/game), often jumping passing lanes or making crisp rotations to cut off offensive angles. He's also a plus-rebounder for his position, snagging almost seven boards a game; the Heat's defensive-rebound-% spikes by almost 3 percentage points with Butler on the court. He's generally very engaged on D, providing hard closeouts to shooters (players shoot almost 4.3% worse from 3 when Jimmy is the closest defender) and providing help when the primary Miami defender is beat. Along with Adebayo, Butler is one of the main reasons Miami's defense is still better than league-average even though many of their lineups prioritise shooting over defense (see: Robinson, Herro, Leonard, Olynyk).
Most defensive metrics (taken with a spoonful or two of salt, of course) think of Butler as a very solid positive on defense (+1.0 to +2.0); Basketball Index has Jimmy as the 4th-best Wing Stopper at Passing Lane Defense, and ranks him in the 90th percentile of perimeter defenders in the league overall. It also has him in the 71st percentile as a defensive rebounder, and in the 47th percentile as an interior defender.
Here are some clips of Jimmy's defense:

🔴 The Not-As-Good:

  • 🔴 Inconsistent jumpshot
Butler suffered the 7th-biggest drop in the league in perimeter shooting grade from last year to this year (per Basketball Index). Famously, he was the least efficient jump-shooter in the league by eFG% in the regular-season.
As mentioned, though, his jumpshot has been very respectable in the bubble for now, albeit on very low volume.
  • 🔴 Room for improvement in some areas of scoring
Namely: spot-up shooting, handoffs, and PnR scoring, all likely related to his regular-season shooting woes.
  • 🔴 Some areas of playmaking
From my very limited film study (~15 games), Jimmy doesn't seem to try advanced passes often (though that might be a Miami Heat scheme-related issue), rarely slingshoting cross-court skip-passes to corner shooters like LeBron/Luka/Trae do (please correct me if I'm wrong, Heat fans!). He can occasionally miss cutters while hunting for the kickout pass for 3. Butler's delivery can sometimes be a bit wild or inaccurate as well.
  • 🔴 Some areas of defense
Jimmy's activity does dial down on occasion. He also lacks size/strength/length to defend larger wings consistently, and his gambles can blow up on him at times too when he's springing passing lanes, with the player he's supposed to be guarding getting an open 3 or cutting to the rim as Butler isn't there to recover in time. Jimmy is also vulnerable to size at the rim - despite posting one of the best block rates in the league for a guard/forward, these are mostly on smaller players and he doesn't seem to influence shot attempts at the rim too much in general - opponents shoot almost 6% better within 6 feet of the hoop when Butler's the closest defender. It also appears that Butler's pick-and-roll defense may have some room for improvement as well (46th percentile in defending PnR ball-handlers), he may have trouble negotiating man and ball occasionally.
  • 🔴 A few regular-season clutch woes
Jimmy shot 45.1 TS% in the clutch this season, with a -10.4 individual clutch net rating, while Miami as a team were 24th in clutch net rating.
However, the team still broke even in the wins column (18-18) and had a 14-10 clutch record when Butler played.
In addition, I say "regular-season" for a reason (keep in mind the usual "low sample size" asterisk, of course): Miami have been the 4th-best clutch team in the playoffs by net rating, winning all 3 of their close games so far, while Jimmy himself is sporting a blistering hot 88.7 clutch TS% and +29.8 clutch net rating at the moment, with an absolutely scorching +137.5 clutch offensive rating.
  • 🔴 Few durability questions
Jimmy G. Buckets (the 'G.' stands for 'Gets') has played >67 games only twice in his 9-year career.
HOWEVER, he's been very available for the Heat this season, missing 'only' 11 games.
Indeed, Butler played heavy minutes in his last playoff run for Philadelphia (38mpg in 2nd round) as well, performing admirably in a razor-close loss to the eventual champion Raptors in the 2nd round (22/7/6 on 56ts%, +1.0rTS%, vs Toronto), very nearly pulling through a Sixers team otherwise starved of late-game offensive-creation into the Conference Finals.

That's it for today, thanks for reading!

(P.S. Here's Butler's playoff career-high 40-point performance against Milwaukee in Game 1 for your viewing pleasure: LINK.)
BONUS
heres some other things I've written (if you're interested in this sort of stuff or just wanna pass the time while waiting for the games to begin)-
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2020.09.03 17:21 KagsTheOneAndOnly [OC] I tried writing up a short Jimmy Butler player breakdown:

"short"
Definitions and Terms I'll be using:
FULL LIST + EXPLANATIONS ON IMGUR: per 75, TS%, rTS%, ORTG, rORTG, PnR, PPP, AST%, Backpicks Passer Rating, Box Creation, PIPM, BPM, RAPTOR, RPM.
Name:

Jimmy Butler "Jimmy G. Buckets"

In a nutshell: 30 y/o, Miami Heat SF/PF, 6-7, 230lb, All-NBA Candidate
2020 regular-season stats: 19.9/6.7/6.0/1.8/0.6 with 2.2 TOVs on 45.5/24.4/83.4 shooting splits (58.5 TS%), 58 games played
2020 postseason stats: 22.0/4.7/4.0/2.5/0.8 with 3.3 TOVs on 46.8/54.5/85.7 shooting splits (63.0 TS%), 6 games played
Nerd stats: 25.1% Usage, +6.4 On/Off, +3.54 PIPM (16th) , +6.1 RAPTOR (10th) , +4.1 BPM (Backpicks) (13th) , +5.4 BPM (BBRef) (9th) , +3.08 RPM (23rd) , +2.21 Luck-Adjusted RAPM (12th)

🟢 The Good:

  • 🟢 Efficient volume-scorer; "Jimmy G. Buckets, The 'G' stands for 'Gets'": 21.6 Points/75 on 58.5 TS% (+2.0 rTS%) in the regular-season, 23.8 Points/75 on 63.0 TS% (+5.7 rTS%) in the playoffs thus far
Butler finished the regular-season as Miami's leading scorer. He's highly resourceful at racking up points, utilising strength, speed, craft, handles, and deft touch in the paint to compensate for a jumper that deserts him on occasion. Per Basketball Index, Butler is in the 95th-percentile at off-ball movement and finishing among wings, and in the 93rd percentile for post-scoring.
Jimmy Buckets's scoring-breakdown by zone in the 2019-20 regular-season: (per stats.nba.com)
    • 38% of his shot attempts come in the restricted area, where he's finishing at an above-average rate for forwards (64 FG%)
    • 24% of his shot attempts come in the non-restricted area of the paint (a.k.a. "floater range"), where he's also scoring at above-average rate (43.4 FG%)
    • 22% of his shot attempts come from the midrange, where he's unfortunately shot at the 2nd-worst rate in the league (31.7 FG%)
    • 16% of his shot attempts come from 3, where he's shooting at the worst rate in the league (24.8 FG%)
Jimmy uses his strength/speed/footwork combination to bulldoze or finesse his way to the rim and finish through contact, capable of athletic finishes through multiple defenders.
To quote the great Evin Gualberto:
(Butler's) foundation is his phenomenal footwork. He’s got the poise and patience to pivot and pump, and twist, and then rip through and power to the paint. He can use his force or finish with finesse; he’ll go any way he needs in order to get to the basket, whether that’s under the defender, over, around, or even through them. He’s got the ability to hit from distance, his post game is pretty with the pristine pivoting he does, but he can also go full bully ball. Speaking of, he’s an absolute bull when he wants to get to the rim. He can score any kind of way, so as a defense, all you have to do is make him take the toughest shot possible…the only problem is, yeah, he can make those with worryingly regularity as well. He is Jimmy G Buckets after all, the G stands for gets.
In previous years, Jimmy has been a decent 3-point-shooter (36 3P% in the previous 3 seasons, on 3.2 3PA/game) and has generally shot in the high 30s from midrange, which isn't fantastic but is still a value-add to his versatility as a scorer.
In the playoffs thus far, however, Butler has been money on his jumpshots, connecting on over half his threes (though on low volume - 1.8 3PA/game) and 42% of his midrange shots (again, low volume - 12 midrange attempts) so far.
As an overall scorer, Jimmy is:
    • A hyper-competent and -active cutter (8% of his possessions, 97th percentile efficiency)
    • Fantastic in transition (12% of his possessions, 92nd percentile efficiency)
    • A competent post-operator (7% of his possessions, 80th percentile efficiency)
    • A passable PnR finisher (36% of his possessions, 56th percentile efficiency)
    • Solid in isolation situations, likely buoyed by his very good rim-finishing (10% of his possessions, 68th percentile)
    • Below-average scoring from spot-up scenerios and handoffs
Despite his jumpshot having deserted him in the regular season, Jimmy ekes out efficient scoring options via drawing fouls and very solid rim-finishing in transition, isolation, and by cutting often and decisively. To quote Zach Lowe:
(Butler) can blend into a broader offensive system as a shoulder-checking cutter, and supersede that system when the situation requires.
Accordingly, 41% of Butler's buckets are assisted, an extremely solid rate for a primary ball-handler who had a non-existent jumpshot during the regular-season, that showcases his off-ball activity as a ferocious cutter.
  • 🟢 Free-throw rate that would make Shaq blush
Jimmy Butler's foul-drawing rate this season has been, to put it mildly, something of an outlier.
Butler is 29th in the NBA in Points/game (19.9), but 5th in the NBA in FTA/game (9.1), and just to emphasize how absurdly often Butler's been finding his way to the line relative to his total shot attempts, here's a fun little table comparing Butler's FTA/game and Points/Game to the league's other elite free-throw-attempters: [TABLE].
To try and add even more context, Free Throw Rate (FTr) is a very simple statistic that gives the ratio of free-throw attempts to field-goal attempts.
Just to ballpark the sort of numbers we expect from high-volume free-throw shooters: famed foul-shot-aficionado James Harden's FTr this season is 0.528, meaning that he averages 0.528 free-throw attempts for every field-goal that he takes. (The Beard's career-high was 0.592, set in 2013.) Paint-destroyer Giannis Antetokounmpo has a FTr of 0.508 this year, and low-post monster Joel Embiid has a FTr of 0.543. A pretty dominant fella who went by the name of Shaquille had a career-average FTr of 0.578, averaging an incredible 0.653 in a 5-year span from 2001 to 2005.
Now, keeping all of this in mind ... Miami Heat All-Star wing Jimmy Butler's Free-Throw Rate, in the 2019-20 season, is 0.693.
(If you're wondering, Butler has more than managed to maintain this in the playoffs too -- after 6 games, Jimmy is 2nd in the entire playoffs in Free-Throw Rate, posting a ludicrous 0.810 FTr.)
  • 🟢 Good playmaker
First, some numbers: 6.0 Assists/Game, 7.5 Passer Rating, 7.4 Box Creation. Miami have a fairly strong offense (+1.9 rORTG, 6th) which improves by +4.1 points with Butler on the court. Per Basketball Index, Jimmy is in the 91st percentile for playmaking among wings.
For a few seasons now, Jimmy has been a very solid passer and playmaker. Mimicking another former well-known Chicago wing who went by the name of Michael, Jimmy is a low-turnover player (career 1.5 TOV/game; this season: 2.2 TOV/Game, excellent 2.73 AST/TOV ratio). He is a decisive and relatively low-error ball-handler and shot-creator, hitting bigs and shooters well off PnDHO-action. Butler manipulates defenders with his eyes to unlock shots for teammates, and is also adept at punishing help defenders who have to react to his bruising drives to the rim by kicking to shooters and dropping it off to cutters. He's developed especially good chemistry with Bam (25% of Butler's 6.0 AST/game go to Adebayo), Duncan Robinson (who receives 17% of Butler's assists), and rookie Kendrick Nunn (18%).
Some clips of Jimmy's playmaking: (Source: stats.nba.com)
  • 🟢 Excellent defender
Jimmy at his peak is easily an all-league defensive talent, with tremendous instincts and effort on D, generally remaining incredibly active on that end both on- and off-the-ball. Miami's 12th-ranked defense (-1.0 rDRTG) improves by 1.0 points with Butler on the floor. Butler’s defensive awareness is top-tier, as is his lateral quickness - he's comfortable chasing speedy guards around the court; Jimmy is also uber-switchable for his size, guarding positions 1-4 at least 18% of the time each, and guarding centers for 10% of his possessions, when switched onto bigs in Miami small-ball lineups. Jimmy is in the 82nd percentile of post defenders, fantastic given his position, and players shoot a whopping 4.4% worse on 3s when Butler's the closest defender, demonstrating his defensive engagement and closeout-speed.
To again quote Evin:
(Butler's) ability to stand up powerful post-up players, coupled with the quickness to stick with the shiftiest wings, and the instincts and IQ to know when to stay down and when to jump to contest, make him a dynamite defender... (he) frustrates opponents with foot speed and anticipating with active hands, he’ll blow up pick and rolls, or send his man one way only to remarkably beat him to that same spot. You’ll see jumping in passing lanes, but you’ll also just see him holding his ground a lot; in one, he even holds Melo off with one arm while grabbing the rebound with the other. His intelligence shines through when he avoids getting screened and when he forced ball handlers into help.
Butler is quite disruptive off-ball (7th in Deflections/Game, 7th in Steals/Game, 13th in Steal-%, 14th in loose-balls recovered/game), often jumping passing lanes or making crisp rotations to cut off offensive angles. He's also a plus-rebounder for his position, snagging almost seven boards a game; the Heat's defensive-rebound-% spikes by almost 3 percentage points with Butler on the court. He's generally very engaged on D, providing hard closeouts to shooters (players shoot almost 4.3% worse from 3 when Jimmy is the closest defender) and providing help when the primary Miami defender is beat. Along with Adebayo, Butler is one of the main reasons Miami's defense is still better than league-average even though their lineups prioritise shooting over defense (see: Robinson, Herro, Leonard, Olynyk).
Most defensive metrics (taken with a spoonful or two of salt, of course) think of Butler as a very solid positive on defense (+1.0 to +2.0); Basketball Index has Jimmy as the 4th-best Wing Stopper at Passing Lane Defense, and ranks him in the 90th percentile of perimeter defenders in the league overall. It also has him in the 71st percentile as a defensive rebounder, and in the 47th percentile as an interior defender.
Here are some clips of Jimmy's defense:

🔴 The Not-As-Good:

  • 🔴 Inconsistent jumpshot
Butler suffered the 7th-biggest drop in the league in perimeter shooting grade from last year to this year (per Basketball Index). Famously, he was the least efficient jump-shooter in the league by eFG% in the regular-season.
As mentioned, though, his jumpshot has been very respectable in the bubble for now, albeit on very low volume.
  • 🔴 Room for improvement in some areas of scoring
Namely: spot-up shooting, handoffs, and PnR scoring, all likely related to his regular-season shooting woes.
  • 🔴 Some areas of playmaking
From my very limited film study (~15 games), Jimmy doesn't seem to try advanced passes often (though that might be a Miami Heat scheme-related issue), rarely slingshoting cross-court skip-passes to corner shooters like LeBron/Luka/Trae do (please correct me if I'm wrong, Heat fans!). He can occasionally miss cutters while hunting for the kickout pass for 3. Butler's delivery can sometimes be a bit wild or inaccurate as well.
  • 🔴 Some areas of defense
Jimmy's activity does dial down on occasion. He also lacks size/strength/length to defend larger wings consistently, and his gambles can blow up on him at times too when he's springing passing lanes, with the player he's supposed to be guarding getting an open 3 or cutting to the rim as Butler isn't there to recover in time. Jimmy is also vulnerable to size at the rim - despite posting one of the best block rates in the league for a guard/forward, these are mostly on smaller players and he doesn't seem to influence shot attempts at the rim too much in general - opponents shoot almost 6% better within 6 feet of the hoop when Butler's the closest defender. It appears that Butler's pick-and-roll defense also has some room for improvement as he may have trouble negotiating man and ball sometimes - he's in the 46th percentile in defending PnR ball-handlers, which isn't terrible, by any means, but is still far from elite.
  • 🔴 A few regular-season clutch woes
Jimmy shot 45.1 TS% in the clutch this season, with a -10.4 individual clutch net rating, while Miami as a team were 24th in clutch net rating.
However, the team still broke even in the wins column (18-18) and had a 14-10 clutch record when Butler played.
In addition, I say "regular-season" for a reason (keep in mind the usual "low sample size" asterisk, of course): Miami have been the 4th-best clutch team in the playoffs by net rating, winning all 3 of their close games so far, while Jimmy himself is sporting a blistering hot 88.7 clutch TS% and +29.8 clutch net rating at the moment, with an absolutely scorching +137.5 clutch offensive rating.
  • 🔴 Few durability questions
Jimmy G. Buckets (the 'G.' stands for 'Gets') has played >67 games only twice in his 9-year career.
HOWEVER, he's been very available for the Heat this season, missing 'only' 11 games.
Indeed, Butler played heavy minutes in his last playoff run for Philadelphia (38mpg in 2nd round) as well, performing admirably in a razor-close loss to the eventual champion Raptors in the 2nd round (22/7/6 on 56ts%, +1.0rTS%, vs Toronto), very nearly pulling through a Sixers team otherwise starved of late-game offensive-creation into the Conference Finals.

That's it for today, thanks for reading!

(P.S. Here's Butler's playoff career-high 40-point performance against Milwaukee in Game 1 for your viewing pleasure: LINK.)
BONUS
heres some other things I've written (if you're interested in this sort of stuff or just wanna pass the time while waiting for the games to begin)-
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2020.09.03 17:05 absolutkaos [GAME THREAD] PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 - GAME 3 - TORONTO RAPTORS (0-2) @ Boston Celtics (2-0) - 6:30pm (EST)

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2020.09.01 19:24 amour_propre_ Modern Economics and Marxian Economics.

[The creepy mods have decided that they will ban me if I make fun of rightoids, racists, retards and pretend marxists in this sub. Since that option is of the table I have decided to write some informational content.]
What is the purpose of this post?

Rupture in the Walrassian Economics: Coase and the Nature of the Firm

The first major rupture in Walrasian theory came from Ronald Coase in his article The nature of the Firm. Coase pointed out while Neo-classical economics portrayed the economic landscape as a picture of extreme de-centralisation where agents individually co-ordinate wrt to price signals, this picture is hopelessly wrong. There is planning, decision making through fiat in the free market system within firms, families and other institutions. The worker does not move from one department of a firm to another because of price signals but because the manager commands him to. As to why? Coase's answer was transaction costs (information costs/ costs to participate in market exchange etc.). Thus it is cheaper to use internal governance than the price mechanism. However, as Coase pointed out in the 70s his article was often cited but not engaged with.

Herbert Simon: Bounded Rationality

While Herb Simon's name is forever associated with Bounded Rationality ("humans are intently rational but boundedly so"). However what is forgotten why was Bounded Rationality ever posed? As Simon points out in his T Ely lecture, it was because of his work as a public administrator in Milwaukee ,facing problems in decision making, with reference to i) the inability to determine goals (what is to be maximized) and concerned with the ii) question of the organisation of the firm, was bounded rationality posed.
Simon also wrote possibly the most incisive paper in all of organisation theory, A formal theory of Employment which explained the contractual incompleteness in the employment contract, not as a flaw but a decisive modification wrt to the sales contract, in the face of uncertainty which the employer faces when operating in a dynamic environment. Thus pointing out the role of "authority" in an employment relation.

Oliver Williamson: Transaction cost economics.

The person who developed Ronald Coase's original insight to launch a theory of organisation/governance was Oliver Williamson. Williamson following Simon, assumes bounded rationality and acknowledges the problems it creates for contracting and decision making. Similarly following JR Commons, Williamson, puts transactions at the heart of economic analysis. However where Williamson succeeds, is being able to draw the conclusions out of these idea relevant to economic institutions of capitalism.
Williamson points out 3 relevant aspects of a transaction: i) Asset Specificity ii) Uncertainty iii) Frequency. Wrt to these aspects and thorough application of the neo-classical assumption of rational utility maximizing agent (with guile) he explains the emergence of governing (aka controlling institutions) especially the capitalist firm. Williamson 1984 page 202
As it had been clear since Coase onwards, made clearer by Arrow in his book and essay: The capitalist firm is a Market Failure thus through collective action (supersession of the price mechanism) it has to correct this failure. Williamson only made this failure more widely recognizable.
There is another important point which Williamson discusses which we will come to later.

Joseph Stiglitz, Bengt Holmstrom: Principal Agent Theory.

In Marx's theory, Labour and thus the labour market, has a special place in the explanation of economic phenomena. However in Walrassian economics this disappears and labour market is the same as the capital market for hammers and spanners or the market for consumer goods like oranges and t-Shirts. Unfortunately this is not true. Labour is different in various respect wrt to those commodities. The principal agent theory takes this seriously and builds upon the implication.
Every single employment relation is a moral hazard problem. The labourer unlike a T-shirt can choose to exert at an effort level say in the range e∈[0,1], this information while being completely known to the labourer(agent) is completely hidden from the employee (principal) ex post contract. If the agent is delegated a responsibility by the principal then the agents decisions matter, what information and knowledge the agent has, the principal does not. These two are the paradigmatic example of hidden action and hidden information models of moral hazard respectably. This has tremendous consequences wrt to production and highlights Marx's distinction between labour and labour power. What consequences this has for standard economics we come to later.

Oliver Hart: Incomplete contracts and Residual Rights of Control.

It is better to begin this section by distinguishing between 3 terms:
Complete Arrow Debru Contracts: where all necessary, contingent information of all the goods and services and the date they are to delivered is present to the principal and agent. This is type of contracts in the famous Arrow Debru model.
Comprehensive Contract: In comprehensive contract while there may be informational asymmetries present between the contractors, however whatever actions which the contractors must carry out is prescribed in advance and can be verified (thus observed).
Incomplete Contract: An incomplete contract has gaps, missing provisions, and ambiguities and has to be completed (by renegotiation or by the courts) with strictly positive probability in some states of the world.
See: Hart 1995 page 21-22, Hart Holmstrom 1989 page 67-69
As it was explained in the previous section every time a labour is contracted the first best world of Arrow Debru complete contracts is left, because the capitlaist (Principal) does not have the information of effort level. Now Williamson, Coase and Hart stresses the fact that Comprehensive Contracts too cannot be written.
If comprehensive contracts could be written (ie actions of a contractor specified in all eventualities) then we would never have legal disputes nor would there be any problems with any distribution of asset ownership. However because of bounded rationality (and many other reasons) comprehensive contracts cannot be written. To the extent beyond which the usage of a physical asset is not specified in the original contract, the owner of the asset has residual rights of control over it, (ie in cases where the contract does not tell us what to do the owner decides by fiat) Thus asset ownership matters and ownership of a firm's physical assets=residual rights of control over it. See: Hart 1988 page 120-125

Sam Bowles, Herbert Gintis, Williamson (again): Contested Exchange and Endogenous Enforcement.

Finally we have come to the point where all the themes which have been talked about can be pieced together and the connections to Marxian thought lay bare. As we have seen real life contracts are never complete complete contracts, because of the informational asymmetries present in multiple transactions. They are also not comprehensive contracts the actions to be taken by all individuals is not specifiable/verifiable.
Similarly the idea that a contract is costlessly enforceable by a neutral third party is a fiction. Actions may not be observable, even if they are observable they may not be verifiable, third parties like the courts may not have the required knowledge for the enforcement of contracts. Liberal democracy prides itself over the fact that no one is coerced or forced into economic arrangements. Standard legal and economic theory backs it up. However all this thrown out once ENDOGENOUS ENFORCEMENT is considered. See: Willaimson 1984 page 208-209, Gintis
Consider the simple hazard problem, where output (Q) is a function of effort level (e) and random variable (r). Q=f(e,r). r, can be interpreted as the risk which is present in production (if there is more than 1 agent then the need for a random variable r disappears, see Holmstrom 1982 section 2 but lets consider the simple case of 1 principal 1 agent). By definition e is observable to the agent and not the principal. A contract where the agent bears the risk r, means that the final price (or output) is uncertain and costly for the Principal. In most cases the agent (or the worker) is risk averse and cannot bear the risk. Thus the principal must bear the risk, r. Thus the principal gives a cost plus contract, where he pays for the costs of production + a premium which insures the agent from the risk. However as e is unobservable the agent can decrease it without the principal finding out.
But although the cost plus contract is not incentive compatible. **What is required is better monitoring of the agent's actions, internalisation (or the employment relationship) with it's higher degree of control mechanisms aids in this. As Williamson puts it, "Internalization does not eliminate the need for input evaluation. Rather, the ad- vantage of internalization, for input monitoring purposes, resides in the differential ease with which controls are exercised." For this see: Williamson 1971 page 117-118 and Arrow 1992 page 221-222
Only in the case of perfect competition wrt to a particular contract, where price is exogenously obtained, does the problem with moral hazard is solved without hierarchy. See Laffont Martimort Chapter 1 Introduction
However notice what else has happened, the capitalist class has in essence instituted a form of endogenous price control as the price of labour is held up high, it means that their is involuntary unemployment aka THE RESERVE ARMY of LABOUR. Notice why this this reserve army of labour has formed and why it is maintained: Labour Discipline, so that the worker spends an higher amount of effort in his work. See Stiglitz and Shapiro 1984.
[This particular idea of excess capacity in the long side, is also present in any place anywhere their is informational asymmetry. Creditors (capitalists) cannot know what the information the agent has over a particular project (ie probability for default/ adverse selection), the level of interest he charges also influences the risk/pay off of the program which the agent undertakes (moral hazard). In this situation the expected return of the loans may decrease after an maximum level. The bank refuses to lend beyond that level,thus in equilibrium there is credit constrained agents. See Stiglitz and Weiss 1981]
In the example we saw that although, worker effort (e) could not be contracted and exogenously enforced, the agents in this relation act in a way to enforce this, thus we get ENDOGENOUS ENFORCEMENT. This allows for a theory of power within Capitalist liberal democracies. The sufficient condition for the exercise of power is, the ability of furthering one's interests by imposing (or credibly threatening to impose) sanctions on another agent when the converse is not also true. The two examples of unemployment as worker discipline and credit rationing are the examples of usage of power.
Discussion of Contested Exchange in Journal of Economic Perspective: Bowles Gintis, Willaimson Comments, Stiglitz Comments

Notes:

(1) I have purposefully kept the kept the arguments I have made here, close to the original arguments in the paper. So if someone is unable to understand it, thinks the argument does not make sense, please first consult the paper, read the paper from front to back if you require background. After that, obviously make your disagreements public.
(2) I am not an economist but a mathematician. Similarly I am not a neo-classical. My point in writing this post is not to say leftist should move away from classical marxian economics to this new thing. I have already disclosed my objective of writing this post.
(3) In Reddit discussion regarding markets vs non markets or capitalism vs socialism these important points are not addressed. Although these are well understood concepts. For instance use reddit search to look up the phenomena I have mentioned or the people I have and see whether you can find a comprehensive discussion of these ideas.
(4) Certain assumptions such as, "lack of hierarchy and power in capitalist market democracies", "lack of constraints of what markets can do", "dismissing things like involuntary unemployment (aka Reserve army of labour)", "no acknowledgement of the power relations within an employment contract", "using the 2nd welfare theorem to reduce any efforts at redistributive justice to lump sum transfers" is ever prevalent. This post attempts to debunk such discussions.
(5) Lastly I realise the post is long, so it would be better to read part by part.
Edit: I made a correction in the Contested Exchange section
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2020.09.01 17:35 absolutkaos {GAME THREAD} PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 - GAME 2 - Boston Celtics (1-0) @ TORONTO RAPTORS (0-1) - 5:30pm (EST)

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Game Number: 2020 PLAYOFFS - ROUND 2 - GAME 2
Date: Tuesday September 1st, 2020
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Tip Off: 5:30 pm (EST)
Venue: ESPN WWOS ARENA (Orlando, Florida)
Weather: 31°C (88°F) - SUNNY
EASTERN CONF. PLAYOFF PICTURE:
ROUND 2 W ECF
(1) MILWAUKEE 0 XXXXX
(4) MIAMI 1 WINNER ROUND. 2
(3) BOSTON 1 WINNER ROUND. 2
(2) TORONTO 0 XXXXX
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Radio:
UNIFORMS:
BOXSCORES:
BETTING INFO:
Spread: Raptors -1.5 (-110)
Total: 218.5 (-110)
Money Line: Raptors -130
EXPECTED STARTING LINE UPS:
POSITION RAPTORS OPPONENT
PG Kyle Lowry Kemba Walker
SG Fred VanVleet Marcus Smart
SF OG Anunoby Jaylen Brown
PF Pascal Siakam Jayson Tatum
C Marc Gasol Daniel Theis
INJURY REPORT:
(as of 11:00am report)
RAPTORS STATUS INJURY
Oshae Brissett OUT Left Knee; Surgery
Patrick McCaw OUT Left Knee; Surgery
OPPONENT STATUS INJURY
Javonte Green OUT Right Knee; Surgery
Gordon Hayward OUT Right Ankle; Sprain
Tremont Waters OUT Left Knee; Sprain
NBA REFEREE ASSIGNMENTS:
POSITION NUMBER NAME
Crew Chief #15 Zach Zarba
Referee #25 Tony Brothers
Umpire #33 Sean Corbin
Alternate #40 Leon Wood
wear a mask.
wash your hands.
install the Gov't of Canada COVID tracing app.
US Citizens living in Canada. REGISTER TO VOTE!

stay safe Raptors fam.❤️

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2020.08.30 17:10 absolutkaos {GAME THREAD} PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 - GAME 1 - Boston Celtics (0-0) @ TORONTO RAPTORS (0-0) - 1:00pm (EST)

🚨REMINDER🚨: WHAT GETS ME BANNED FROM /torontoraptors?
GAME INFO:
Game Number: 2020 PLAYOFFS ROUND 2 - GAME 1
Date: Sunday August 30th, 2020
Current Streak: W8
Tip Off: 1:00 pm (EST)
Venue: HP Field House (Orlando, Florida)
Weather: 27°C (81°F) - Mainly Sunny
EASTERN CONF. PLAYOFF PICTURE:
ROUND 2 W ECF
(1) MILWAUKEE 0 XXXXX
(4) MIAMI 0 WINNER ROUND. 2
(3) BOSTON 0 WINNER ROUND. 2
(2) TORONTO 0 XXXXX
MEDIA:
Game Notes: TORONTO RAPTORS
Canadian TV: TSN 1, 4, 5 @ 1:00pm (EST)
^ Pre-Game on TSN 1, 4, 5 @ 12:30pm (EST)
US National TV: ESPN
Legal Streams:
Radio:
UNIFORMS:
BOXSCORES:
BETTING INFO:
Spread: Raptors -2.0 (-110)
Total: 217 (-110)
Money Line: Raptors -130
EXPECTED STARTING LINE UPS:
POSITION RAPTORS OPPONENT
PG Kyle Lowry Kemba Walker
SG Fred VanVleet Marcus Smart
SF OG Anunoby Jaylen Brown
PF Pascal Siakam Jayson Tatum
C Marc Gasol Daniel Theis
INJURY REPORT:
(as of 11:00am report)
RAPTORS STATUS INJURY
Oshae Brissett OUT Left Knee; Surgery
Kyle Lowry AVAILABLE Left Ankle; Sprain
Patrick McCaw OUT Left Knee; Surgery
OPPONENT STATUS INJURY
Javonte Green OUT Right Knee; Surgery
Gordon Hayward OUT Right Ankle; Sprain
Tremont Waters OUT Left Knee; Sprain
NBA REFEREE ASSIGNMENTS:
POSITION NUMBER NAME
Crew Chief #30 John Goble
Referee #14 Ed Malloy
Umpire #60 James Williams
Alternate #50 Gediminas Petraitis
wear a mask.
wash your hands.
install the Gov't of Canada COVID tracing app.
US Citizens living in Canada. VOTE!

stay safe Raptors fam.❤️

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