Velveeta Cheese Twitter has really smart, nuanced NBA analytics takes

It’s 2020, should we really be surprised a pasteurized prepared cheese product is the smartest person/food in the room?

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It all started when Hoops Central tried to start a Twitter discussion of the most underrated player in NBA history, and Velveeta chimed in.

Then somebody pointed out Abdul-Rauf’s +/- numbers, and it got rolling.

I will second this next one:

Then came some real endorsements. Velveeta was asked about VORP (Value Over Replacement Player):

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Welcome to 2020, where you are better off listening to the NBA thoughts of a smooth cheese food product than most sports talk radio hosts.

I have more thoughts on this, but first I’m going to sit down and have some mac & cheese.

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