Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/23/17

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The Jazz Have A Plan To Score Without Hayward (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
Rockets Struggling Mightily On Offense (from Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle):
Giannis Can Still Improve! (from Glory Okoli, 16 Wins):
How Celtics’ Offense Can Help Irving Without Hayward (from Tom West, Fanrag Sports):
Jayson Tatum On Fast Forward (from Matt Chin, Celtics Blog):
How To Think About Plus-Minus Metrics (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
Worldwide Player Movement Database(from Mark Porcaro):
The Pistons Are 2-1  (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
Nuggets Film Room:  Denver’s Defensive Improvement (from Harrison Wind, bsndenver.com):
Video Breakdown: Warriors’ Bad Transition Defense (from Eric Apricot, Golden State Of Mind):
Week One Observations (from Zach Harper, Fanrag Sports):
European Hoops Recap: Checking In On Anzejs Pasecniks (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
Sunday Night Recap (from Michael D. Sykes II, SBNation):
MIN 115, OKC 113 (from Royce Young, ESPN):

Grizzlies: Week 1 Recap (from Ross Jarrar, Grizzly Bear Blues):

Mark Cuban On Dennis Smith, Jr  (from Dallas Morning News):
The Hornets Must Still Adjust To Dwight Howard In The Post (from Rick Bonnell, Charlotte Observer):
Book Review: Betaball  (from Thomas Bevilacqua, Golden State Of Mind):
Knicks: Strange Implementation Of Rebuild Strategy  (from Daniel Lubofsky, Daily Knicks):
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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/22/17

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Giannis Antetokounmpo: MVP Candidate (from Paolo Uggeti, The Ringer):
4 Raptors Plays You Will See A Lot This Season (from Sean Woodley, lockedonraptors.com):
The Thunder’s Adjustment Period Is Underway (from Royce Young, ESPN):
Laker Film Room: Ball & Ingram Vs. The Suns (from Pete Zayas, USA Today):
Can New Tech Make The Raptors A 3-Point Juggernaut? (from Michael Grange, sportsnet.ca):
Gary Washburn’s Sunday Basketball Notes (from Boston Globe):
Q & A: Kristaps Porzingis (from Peter Walsh, slamonline.com):
Unexpectedly, The Magic Are Now A Three-Point Shooting Team (from Philip Rossman-Reich, Orlando Magic Daily):
Oubre Is A Major Key To Wizards’ Success (from Ben Palmer, The Baltimore Wire):
The Heat’s Tri-Captains Are A Study In Diversity (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
ROY Candidate Jayson Tatum (from Alex Kungu, Celtics Blog):
Celtics: Fixing Rebounding As A Unit (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
Dejounte Murray: The Spurs’ Latest Steal (from David Yapkowitz, Basketball Insiders):
Former Official Danny Crawford Is Settling Into Retirement (from Steve Aschburner, nba.com):
Video Breakdown: Warriors’ P’n’R Relay Lob (from Eric Apricot, Golden State Of Mind):
Saturday Night Recap (from Reuters/Yahoo Sports):

 

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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/21/17

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Giannis Turns Defense Into Offense Better Than Anyone (from Max Carlin, Hoops Habit):
Is 3-Pt Shooting Blake Griffin Here To Stay? (from Jason Patt, Fanrag Sports):
How NBA Players Take Care Of Their Bodies.  Part One: Cryotherapy  (from Alex Kennedy, Hoops Hype):
Pondexter Blessed For 2nd Chance (from Sam Smith, Bulls.com):
Friday Night Recap (from insidehoops/AP):
Warriors Appreciated How Ian Clark Made The Most Of Limited Minutes (from Mark Medina, mercurynews.com):
How Will The Evolution Of The Big Man Continue? (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
Thunder: Steven Adams’ Influence Is Continuing To Grow (from Erik Horne, newsok.com):
Alex Abrines: Thunder X-Factor (from Matt Craig, Daily Thunder):
Film Room: Pick-And-Roll Defense (from Adam Spinella, NBA Math):
Orlando Magic Playbook: Fournier Curl Off Double-Screen (from Philip Rossman-Reich, Orlando Magic Daily):
Darren Collison Draws On Experience To Stay Step Ahead (from Mark Monteith, pacers.com)

Observations From Each Team’s Opening Game (from Evan Dyal, rotoden.com):
Spoelstra Embraces Timeout From Timeouts (from Ira Winderman, SunSentnel):
Bertomeu: FIBA Treats Players In 2 Different Ways (from O. Cauchi, Sportando):
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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/20/17

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A Deeper Look Into Stanley Johnson’s Opening Night Game (from Matt Rutkowski, The Step Back):
Basketball Dictionary: Help Defense: “Trap The Box”  (from Dylan Murphy, medium.com)):
Jokic-Gobert Was A Contest Of Very Different Goliaths (from Kelly Scaletta, Fanrag Sports):
Grizzlies: Dillon Brooks Belongs  (from Sharon Brown, BBall Breakdown):
Film Session:  How GSW Could Be More Unstoppable Than Ever This Season  (from Will Gottlieb, Bleacher Report):
Are The Bucks Ready To Cash In On Their Rebuilding Plan?  (from Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN):
Thursday Night Recap (from Tim Cato, SBNation):
Will Zion Williamson’s Game Work In The NBA?  (from Ricky O’Donnell, SBNation):
Thunder’s Refreshed Roster Should Help Westbrook Shine Brighter (from Sekou Smith, NBA.com):
Kelly Oubre Might Be Wizards’ Ticket To Elite Status (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Kevin Love’s Ever-Evolving Identity  (from Dave McMenamin, ESPN):
Every Team’s Most Promising Player Uner Age 25 (from Grant Hughes, Bleacher Report):
One Telling Stat For Every Team  (from Andrew Sharp/ Rohan Nadkarni, Sports Illustrated):
Dellavedova Showing Signs Of Old Self (from Adam McGee, Behind The Buck Pass):
Mavs: Opening Night Starting  Lineup Was “Record-Setting Small”  (from Brad Townsend, Dallas News):
Pacers: Playing Sabonis & Turner Together (from Caitlin Cooper, indycornrows.com):
Fewer, Shorter Timeouts This Season (from Doug Smith, thestar.com):
Celtics: Possibility Of Disabled Player Exemption (from Keith P Smith, Celtics Blog):
The Raptors’ Reinvention (from Scott Stinson, Vancouver Sun):
Why Aren’t We Talking About Goran Dragic? (from Dillon Dente, Sir Charles In Charge):
Paul George: Jack Of All Trades (from Lawrence George, Thunderous Intentions):
De’Aaron Fox Flashes Potential In Debut (from Wes Goldberg, Fanrag Sports):

 

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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/19/17

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Lessons From Rockets-Warriors Opener  (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
How The Van Gundys Became An Influential NBA Duo (from John Lombardo & John Ourand, Sports Business Daily):
Will Thibodeau Overwork The Wolves? (from Tom Haberstroh, ESPN):
– Are The Wolves Ready To Be A Super Team? (from Evan Dyal, Sir Charles In Charge):
Kaminsky’s Opportunity (from Benny Nadeau, Basketball Insiders):
Utah’s Foundational Frontcourt (from Ben Dowsett, Basketball Insiders):
Wednesday Recap (from Tim Cato, SBNation, with links to individual game stories):
The Sixers Were Worth The Wait (from Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated):
Attacking Switching (Actions/Sets)  (from Zak Boisvert, pickandpop.net):
Crowder: Great Fit Alongside LBJ (from Robbie DiPaola, King James Gospel):
Can Lonzo Ball’s Jumper Make It In The NBA?  (from Jake Fischer, Sports Illustrated):
Kings: Divac Breaks Down The Roster (from Ailene Voisin, Sacramento Bee):
Nuggets Roster Analysis (from Gina Mizell, Denver Post):
Jaylen Brown/Jayson Tatum: Trying To Take Offensive Pressure Off Irving (from Tom Westerholm, Mass Live):
Greg Monroe: Sixth Man Of The Year Candidate (from Brian Sampson, Dime Mag):
Pat Riley Reflects On 50 NBA Years, How He’s Changed & Why He Loves This Heat Team (from Greg Cote, Miami Herald):
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