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Are questions on sports commentary on topic?

I would say they are on-topic as a general subject; the example list of questions which are on-topic here (8 years old now, but I don't believe the consensus has significantly changed) includes "...
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Are questions about "Mick Jagger's jinx" on the teams he supports on-topic?

You can name it a fandom question, but even if the question will be about the statistical aspect of the curse, essentially, it will be looking for: Which games Mick Jagger has attended Which team ...
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Trivia question on sports players: revisiting the issue

My take: Personally, I'm not too interested in these trivia style questions. However, there is clearly an interest in them from our community of users. Stack Exchange communities do in general have a ...
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Trivia question on sports players: revisiting the issue

These questions are interesting. I didn't know what the Gagarin Cup is (I could have made reasonable guesses, and they were close in this case) but now I do. These questions are niche. The fact that ...
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Data-Driven Fantasy Projection Questions

My view would be that this kind of question would still be off-topic. I personally think that the use of data science to improve performance in fantasy sports leagues is an interesting subject - but ...
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Why has this edit been rejected?

In my opinion (which matters quite a lot as it's my answer - we're a lot more tolerant of radical edits to questions than to answers), I was happy with the example that's there. In particular, as far ...
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Guideline for on-topic questions on Sports SE regarding activities

Counter point: Does a bolder line need to be drawn between what is vs. not a sport? One thought: If it 'feels' like a sport, and there's not a more appropriate SE site to ask it on, why not ask it ...
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