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The Pythagorean Expected Wins model is fairly simple. You look at the points a team scored and the points a team allowed, and then use that to project a team’s winning rate over an expanded period of time. The reason we look at the points instead of the win total is that some wins are the results of flukes and that points tell a better story.

Posted by PATS PULPUT on Saturday, February 20, 2016