When you buy a car, don’t worry about horsepower or fuel efficiency, says Grantland’s Jonah Lehrer. Look at the car seats. Test them out. See if they’re comfortable. That’s what a $20,000 investment is all about. But I digress. Lehrer’s column isn’t a mindbogglingly stupid essay about cars. That’s just the anecdote. It’s a mindbogglingly stupid essay about statistics. Lehrer, in short: Statistics are bad. Real fans don’t like statistics. What matters is a player’s heart, preferably if he’s four feet tall, has David Eckstein’s intangibles, and is the real reason the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA Title, fuck that 7 foot German guy who won the Finals MVP.