Just found probably the two best stories for the year and it's no coincidence that it involves basketball - which because I can't play then the news, I just follow. But this isn't about the usual fare about the superstars and team wins and losses. This is about the meaningful things which I believe all sports stories can teach us. Amen to these men and the sports journalists for devoting themselves to write about these!
Shane Battier: The No-Stats All-Star [Michael Lewis for NYTimes]. Team play, the value of metrics as well as intangibles.
Amid the Grieving, Rare Act of Sportsmanship. A touching story.
What HR Analysts can Learn from Basketball [Tom Davenport, Harvard Business Publishing].
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