Sushi on Sports is run by me, Sushi. I tend to focus on the three major American sports: basketball, football, and baseball.

For examples of the analytical articles you can find here, take a look at one breaking down how the Warriors beat the Spurs and another putting Denver’s defense into historical perspective.

I also write more informal articles, chief among them the various running diaries I’ve written a la Bill Simmons. My personal favorite is my 2015 NBA Draft Diary, which is when I started calling Kristaps Porzingis “Young Kristaps”.

As a long-suffering Mets fan, the last year or so has been tremendously exciting. I’ve written about my team a couple of times, once after Yoenis Cespedes returned to the Mets and once after the famous weekend series against the Nationals when I exclaimed that the Mets were officially back.

I hope you enjoy the content I put out, and if you do, a share and a like on social media would be much appreciated.

You can find me on Twitter at @sushionsports and my Facebook page is Sushi on Sports.

Feel free to email me at any time at sushionsports@gmail.com.


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  1. Lawrence Kaplan

    So Mr Shshi, why don’t you comment on the possibility that teams that have runs of bad seasons have to reduce their ticket prices, at least for the cheapest tickets. Especially if the teams are getting public $$ as tax breaks. Thank you.


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