How to Improve Bleacher Report

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How to Improve Bleacher Report

I have been a practicing Bleacher Creature (that's what they call us right?) for about six months and 126 articles.

Don't believe me, look at my profile, there is the proof.  However, I really don't think anybody is going to challenge the amount of time I've wasted (but greatly enjoyed) on this site.

It's gotten me my own free website along with another site that has begun paying me (not much, but it's something) to write about basketball for them.

Don't worry loyal fans (all five of you, if there are that many), I am not leaving B/R anytime soon, and will probably write here for a long, long time.

This article is not me saying goodbye in any way, it's just some more shameless promotion, anyway, back to the point of the article.

I read an article about a month ago by Jeffrey Klien (who has apparently stopped writing) asking how to improve B/R.

However, the article only got just over 200 reads and just seven comments (two from me). So I am asking, and hoping that the creators will see this, how would you improve Bleacher Report?

As for me, I have just one non-important question to raise for the creators.  When is the "More Statistics" button going to begin working. It's been up for a few months and it's just annoying.

I want to know how I stack up (their words not mine) against the top writers.

If you have any suggestions, leave them in the comments.

Hopefully this version can get a few more visitors and get a few more open ideas going.

I'm Joe W.

Joe also writes for TheDailyCub.com, a Chicago Cubs blog, and Hoops4Life.com, a basketball fan's site.

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