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Cavaliers set NBA consecutive loss record: When will losing streak end?

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Ramon Sessions feels the pain of a long losing streak
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Ramon Sessions feels the pain of a long losing streak
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  • skrapasor 5 years ago

    that's not how probabilities work. if they had a 50% chance to win three games, there would not be 150% chance that they break the streak.

  • Anonymous 5 years ago

    Thanks, nerd.

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    Cory Felegy 5 years ago

    @ skrapasor - Math never was my strong suit, but still not understanding what you're trying to say. I'm not arguing about what chance the Cavs have at winning 3 games, I'm asking what chance does each individual game have at being THE GAME that ends the streak. I've said there's a 100% chance it happens during this 8 game homestand (ok, 99% chance) so each game would have a probability weighted on a 100% scale.

    I could be way offbase here, so if anyone wants to shed some light on what the correct terminology is, it might be helpful. I think I'll leave probabilities out of future articles.

  • skylar 5 years ago

    the caves need back lebron cause he is the best well thats what poeple say

  • Mike 5 years ago

    I predict they'll beat the Clippers in an overtime thriller. Then they'll lay an egg against the Wizards. Then we'll remember that before the streak started, we beat the Knicks in OT and we're too afraid to look back at how long it's been since the Cavs won a game in regulation. Then we'll realize we're 1 of 5 teams in the NBA who is unbeaten in overtime and think we're awesome.

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