Fantasy SCOTUS players, do you have your predictions in?

All eyes are on the U.S. Supreme Court this week as justices began hearing oral arguments today in Obergefell v. Hodges, a case dealing with same-sex marriage.

The Supreme Court term still has a long ways to go. So far, 32 cases have been decided, with another 43 decisions still to be announced. The high court traditionally holds decisions in many of the most significant and high-profile cases until near the end of the term.

In the coming weeks, we’ll feature a podcast with Josh Blackman, founder of FantasySCOTUS, with a look at how the season is progressing so far, and tips for players. We’ll also have a follow-up interview with {Marshall}+, the predictive algorithm FantasySCOTUS “player” and see how he is faring against the human predictors.

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