Welcome to the Kings Herald Fan Prediction Contest! Before each game we will be asking five questions, each worth 1 point each. At the end of the season, the user with the most points will be crowned the winner!
All submissions must be input before tip-off. You are only allowed one submission. If you're a lurker and don't have a username but want to participate, just make sure you put the same thing in the username box each time if you want your score tracked. Good luck!
Link to Leaderboard (Last Update 1/10/21)
Get ‘im, Mitch!
Sooooo happy he’s losing his majority power soon.
Q: Who will win the game?
Want to add one clarification on the leaderboard: If you don’t see a score for a game you entered, it’s 99% because you got a 0.
Great, just great. >:(
That’s what I get for copying RORDOG’s answers!
I tried to do the thing in which I researched the questions, and did worse than when I just made butt pulled guesses! I’m now butt pulling guesses again.
Decades ago, when I was a freshman medical student, I reviewed the answers I changed on my tests. Half, I changed from wrong to right, and half, I changed from right to wrong. Thereafter, I stopped changing answers. Got me out of my exams a lot earlier. 🙂
Thanks for all the work that is done to keep this going!
One humble request: Can an average score per game/date be added so we can check to see how we performed against the crowd?
I think that’s the PPG number, no?
I could have been more clear, let me try to clarify:
The PPG is the user’s average score per game they play. If there is a average user score per game (possibly placed in row 2), we could all look at our score for that particular game and see how we fared against the average for that game.
Ohhh, sorry. I understand now. Yeah, that’d be cool.
I could see how my zero stacks up against everyone else’s score! 😛
I’ll have to look up the functions to see if I can figure that out.
Insert a new row 2, then put this above the most recent game. Fill right with the function.
You can also automate the PPG column a bit more with OFFSET:
That will ensure the starting cell if your range will be correct, even when you insert at the start.