The Science of Twin Towers

Marcus and Markieff Morris, the Kansas twins, are hoping to play together in the NBA...one at power forward, one at small forward. They think they play better together. Science suggests they're right.

Does that mean Brook Lopez and his twin, Robin, would play better together?  Their old college coach not only thinks so.  He knows so. He tells ESPN that when he was faced with a crisis on the court, he would pull both, knowing that when he would put them back in, they would make Stanford better. 

Patrick Dorsey of ESPN examines the Lopez twins, the Collins twins and other pairings in basketball and hockey. What about investing in the Morris twins? They're unlikely to be available at #27 and #36.

  • What's secret to success for twins such as Robin and Brook Lopez or Vancouver's Sedin brothers? - Patrick Dorsey - ESPN
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