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Logic Problem

Where does a star handicapper go after he conquers Vegas? Alan Boston's trying to figure that one out

by Michael Kaplan |  Published: Apr 25, 2007

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Alan Boston meets me at his favorite Chinese restaurant, on the west side of Las Vegas, and I ask him how things are going. "It's been a rough year," he says, settling in at a table near the rear of the sleek eatery. "Tonight we lost three games at the buzzer." And that's the way things seem to keep falling for him: "A lot of it is bad luck. You can't handicap teams hitting three-pointers from half court. The random losses have been outside the bell curve."


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