NBA_Predictions - Reworked NBA Predictions (in Python)

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(Note) Please note that this was written around January 2015. These scripts rely heavily on webscraping to access the required data. Websites regularly change their layouts and locations. Because of this, the webscraping may fail, which causes no updated predictions to be made. I will eventually get around this fall to making sure this runs. I've decided to rework my NBA Prediction code from R to Python. Mostly to see if I could do it, and also to see if I could speed it up a bit. I'll update here with current speed/accuracy results as the 2014-15 season plays out. The structure and format is pretty much the same, with the exception that it's cleaner code. I still need to comment it a bit more, but it's Git ready for now.

https://github.com/nfmcclure/NBA_Predictions

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