Tuesday October 7th, 2014

Spurs forward Matt Bonner fancies himself something of a sandwich expert. He keeps a sandwich-themed blog for the Spurs. Sandwiches are kinda his thing. 

So it should come as no surprise that when the Spurs went to Germany for a preseason game, Bonner had to sample Berlin's most famous sandwich.

In a recent interview with Grantland, Bonner laid out his system for analyzing a sandwich. 

Score on a scale of 1-100:
A = bread
B = meat
C = fixings
D = sauces
.4(A) + .3(B) + .2(C) + .1(D) = overall score on a 0-100 scale

Each ingredient is weighted based on its level of importance to a good sandwich. Please note that the coefficients can certainly change when dealing with specialty sandwiches (for example, a steak and cheese would have a higher value placed on meat).

You can't argue with advanced sandwich analytics. 

- Dan Gartland

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