From the high school level all the way to the pros, join Nick Goralka as he explores a new, unorthodox way of looking at potential opportunities for teams and players that are hiding in plain sight. From the city that has won every major championship since 1985, the Chicagoan college prep student takes analysis to a new level with his exploration of the best and worst of professional sports, including football, basketball, and his own specialty, tennis.
Nick Goralka is a sports enthusiast with eclectic interests. In addition to cheering on and suffering along with his Chicago teams, Nick is a competitively-ranked tennis player, enjoys debating real versus imaginary numbers in mathematical functions, and is a trumpet ...Read More
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Nick Goralka is a sports enthusiast with eclectic interests. In addition to cheering on and suffering along with his Chicago teams, Nick is a competitively-ranked tennis player, enjoys debating real versus imaginary numbers in mathematical functions, and is a trumpet soloist in his Jazz ensemble which has performed throughout Chicago and for Mayor Rahm Emmanuel and Vice President Joe Biden at a recent charity fundraiser.
Nick is still in high school, steadily working his way through his Statistics class, and learning more and more every day about analyzing the sports that he loves.