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Our Wonderful Judges
Benjamin Alamar is a speaker, consultant, and author of the Sports Analytics: A Guide for Coaches, Managers, and Other Decision Makers (August, 2013). He has spent over 15 years in sports analytics including four years leading ESPN's sports analytics team.
Michael Lopez is the director of data and analytics for the NFL. He mainly focuses on casual inference for multiple exposures and applying statistics to sports. He has earned a PhD in biostatistics at Brown University in 2010, an MS in statistics in 2010 at UMass Amherst, and a BA in mathematics in 2004 at Bates College.
Philip Chang is the senior manager of analytics at the Los Angeles Lakers. In the past, he worked at the NBA league office, focusing on basketball-centric research projects and proposals including but not limited to game and play-style trends, injury analysis, strengthening integrity of gambling initiatives, and analysis of potential rule changes. He is a graduate from Princeton University.
Katherine Evans is currently the Director of Strategic Research for the Toronto Raptors. She was formerly a Quantitative Analyst in the Data Science group at Verily Life Sciences (formerly Google Life Sciences). She received her PhD in Biostatistics from Harvard University in May of 2017.
Luke Bornn is the Vice President, Strategy and Analytics at the Sacramento Kings and an Assistant Professor of Statistics at Simon Fraser University (currently on leave). He has worked closely with sports teams, coaches, athletes, and sports scientists to measure and evaluate athletes, strategy, and performance. He most recently worked with AS Roma, where he was Head of Analytics.
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