Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 11/29/17

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CP3 In Houston: Early Signs Are Positive (from Patrick Oxford, 94 Feet Report):
Harden: Even More Fearsome (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
With 20/20 Vision, Rockets Look Pretty Good (from Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle):
How Does Steph Curry Continue To Get Wide-Open 3-Pointers? (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
Timberwolves: Playtype Dissection (from Brian Sampson, Dunking With Wolves):
Timberwolves: Defensive Lapses Lurk Behind Promising Progress (from Jim Souhan, Star Tribune):
Should We Believe In Boogie, The Brow & The Pels?  (from Andrew Sharp, Sports Illustrated):
Lonzo Ball’s Passing Isn’t Enough To Overcome His Historically Bad Shooting (from Neil Greenberg, Washington Post):
Oladipo: Validating The Pacers’ Opinion (from Yaron Weitzman, Bleacher Report):
How Are The Key Offseason Additions Faring In Their New Homes?  (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
Jordan Bell:  Rookie Training Wheels Are About To Come Off (from Monte Poole, NBC Sports):
Jayson Tatum’s Defensive Revelation (from Danny Emerman, 16 Wins):
Jeremy Lamb’s Breakout Season (from Scott Davis, Business Insider):
How The Spurs Are Succeeding Without Kawhi (from Michael Wright, ESPN):
Without Mike Conley, The Grizzlies Have No PGs (from Grizzly Bear Blues):
OKC: Westbrook Isn’t The Problem  (from Chirag Agriwal, Nylon Calculus):
Celtics’ Bench: Vital To Their Interior Defense (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
Dedmon’s 1stYear In ATL Has Been Great (from Chris Guest, Soaring Down South):
NOTE:  Today’s BI is delayed due to a medical emergency.  We will be playing “catch-up” for a while, so please bear with us. 
Please also check out the podcast with Mo Dakhil that we sent to you this a.m..  We are sure you will find Mo’s insights to be of interest.
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