Yeah, I'm awesome!
I'd like to use this opportunity to drop some basketball knowledge on your readers, and perhaps give some insight into how I got to be such a good bracketologist.
Most basketball analysts focus on the statistics that have been in use since the early 1960's, when basketball was invented by Charles Nelson Reilly. Progressive bracketologists, such as myself, focus on modern statistics developed by the National Academy of Motocross, Basketball and Lacrosse. I could never have made such successful picks if it weren't for NAMBL-ametrics such as these:
* Median dribbling height
* Cephalic index
* Engine capacity (not originally intended for use in basketball, but surprisingly effective)