T2TB Week: Nasty Infinities

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About Yago Colás

Yago Colás writes about sports, literature, and philosophy as equipment for living. He wrote the Cultures of Basketball Course Diary based on a course he created at the University of Michigan. You can find him on his blog, Between the Lines, and on twitter @yagocolas.

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  1. Excellent post, man. Really well done.

  2. I need some comfort food.

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