Lin-sanity, the Mintz Group "Where the Bribes Are" Map and Compliance Programs

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However, today I would like to focus on issues raised in an article from the Friday, February 17, 2012 edition of the New York Times (NYT), entitled “Truck Driver’s Analysis Predicted Lin’s Professional Potential”, by Benjamin Hoffman. In the article Hoffman profiled a FedEx truck driver, Ed Weiland, who moonlights as a contributor to HoopsAnalyst.com. Prior to the NBA draft, Weiland wrote a report for HoopsAnalyst.com, in which he analyzed Lin’s stats from Harvard and concluded that Lin “might be among the best point guards available” in the 2010 draft. How is that for ‘spot-on’?

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