sports psychology

Mental Match-up Game 3 NBA Finals – Locker Room Skills

With LeBron saying “it’s only basketball”, reports of weed in the Cavs locker room and Durant saying he shouldn’t be criticized for leaving OKC because LeBron did it, we’ve got the playground rocking.

I said earlier that given their history the Cavs had a slight mental advantage if they lost the first two games. But that […]

By |June 7th, 2017|Denise Shull, Emotion Analytics, sports psychology, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Mental Match-up NBA Finals Game 1 – Advantage #CAVS

Going in, the mental advantage tips to the Cavs. The Cavs can lose one and maybe even two games and still feel that they can come back, still feel like “so what, we’ve done this before.”

On the other hand, if Curry, Durant and Green lose even one game early in the series, they are going […]

By |June 1st, 2017|Emotion Analytics, Emotions & Decisions, sports psychology|0 Comments

Solve that Cleveland Sports Curse

UPDATE June 20, 2016: I am SO glad the Cavs won! Thrilled. Elated. Vindicated. Ecstatic. Relieved. Joyous. Shocked… not necessarily in that order. Maybe someday I will get to interview LeBron about the cycle of emotions he experienced and used to create this incredible historic victory!

UPDATE June 17, 2016: This time I stayed until the […]