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How a small team of 20-somethings helped spark a $50 billion turnaround.
It mostly had to do with Patch, the executive’s hyperlocal and unprofitable baby.
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Basketball is considered one of the most difficult sports to effectively bet on, therefore gamblers like Haralabos Voulgaris who make a handsome living on NBA lines are a rare breed, whose knowledge of the game and personal statistical databases rival most of the league’s front-offices’.