Wednesday, July 28, 2004

Fun with numbers: fewer weekday games explained.

There are 3.65 per cent more games on weekends this year (73 per cent last year, 76.5 per cent this year).

That means last year, 294 games were on a weekday. This year, 240 are.

That breaks down to approximately 3.2 fewer weekday games per team. So really, it's exactly what you'd expect from a four-game reduction.

At the same time there are slightly fewer weekend games overall, simply because there are fewer games (the other .8 percent).
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