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Brett Huston

Content Manager & Copywriter, Wonderlic

Location icon United States

I'm an experienced marketer and journalist with a versatile background spanning sports, finance, healthcare, and hiring. I've worked in digital for nearly a decade, in professional sports, and for one of the nation's most prestigious magazines. Whether it's blogging, social media, or longform you need, I can provide it and make it pop.

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STATS
04/13/2018
STATS' NBA Playoffs Watchability Ratings: First Round - STATS

After three years of Warriors-Cavaliers inevitability, there is nothing that comes close to a foregone conclusion entering these playoffs. Golden State has lost 10 of its last 17 games since Stephen Curry's extended absence began March 9 - he returned for a win over Atlanta only to suffer a sprained MCL - and the two-time MVP likely won't be back until Round 2 at the earliest.

STATS
03/29/2018
To Keep Pace With Villanova, Kansas Might Need to Speed Things Up - STATS

If the Warriors and Rockets of the past few years haven't already debunked the great basketball myth that is "live by the 3, die by the 3" - they're alive and quite well, thank you very much - then perhaps the most recent game from the best team in college basketball over the last four seasons can squash it.

STATS
04/26/2017
Long Live the Long Ball - STATS

Gone are the days of offenses dominating the major leagues. We've moved from the high-scoring, PED-fueled era of the early 2000s to a game that's more focused on power pitching, specialized bullpens and a shift (often quite literally) in defensive intelligence.

SI.com
08/16/2016
A new way for runners to train: the Bionic runner

Get expert analysis, unrivaled access, and the award-winning storytelling only SI can provide - from Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkins, Seth Davis, and more - delivered straight to you, along with up-to-the-minute news and live scores.

STATS
06/22/2017
Tough Shots No Problem for Cavs' Smith in NBA Finals - STATS

There are many ways to measure the greatness of players like LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, but perhaps the simplest involves no advanced stat at all. They make it look easy. Durant gliding down the left wing and stopping on a dime for a pull-up 3.

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