“Objective facts are Nash equilibrium points in the contest of competing wills.” - -E.E.E., from “A Warm Mirror Neuron on a Memory,” a collection of poems and teachings on thought
First off, ditch everything you have come to know about chalk and ownership percentages over the last two months of NBA. Chalk in baseball should be broken into two distinct categories: pitcher chalk and position player chalk. Position player chalk is a fraction of what it is in basketball and typically smaller than even football, meaning we’re not looking to create leverage in the same ways we . . .