Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 1/4/18

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How Paul George Changed His Game For OKC (from Royce Young, ESPN):
How The Thunder Are Evolving (from Dave Schilling, Bleacher Report):
The West Still Doesn’t Have An Answer For The Dubs’ Small-Ball Center (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Is Durant The DPOY?  (from Eric Apricot, BBall Breakdown):
Kelly Oubre Is Becoming The Wizards’ X-Factor (from Jesus Gomez, Fanrag Sports):
Gerald Green Is Sort Of Perfect For The Rockets (from Jeff Siegel, The Step Back):
So DeRozan Is A 3-Point Shooter Now? (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
More On The NBA Draft & Why The Tallest Men Can’t Dribble (from Andrew Johnson, Nylon Calculus):
Hornets Believe They Are Turning The Corner But It May Not Matter (from Wes Goldberg, Fanrag Sports):
Nuggets: Malone Knows He Needs To Expand The Rotation (from TJ McBride, Mile High Sports):
Trae Young: The Curry Generation Has Reached College Basketball (from Ben Cohen, Wall Street Journal):
Heat: Small-Ball Approach Is Proving Invaluable (from Simon Smith, All U Can Heat):
Jarrett Allen Has Arrived (from Ben Nadeau, Basketball Insiders):
Another Reminder Of Popovich’s Greatness (from Jared Johnson, Fanrag Sports):
3 Dates: Impending Roster Decisions, Implications & Likely Outcomes (from Bobby Marks, ESPN):
Tyus Jones’ Contributions As Wolves’ Starting PG (from Cooper Langby, Dunking With Wolves):
Grizzlies: Wayne Selden Should Be Key Player For The Future (from Parker Fleming, Beale Street Bears):
Suns: Why Triano Benched Josh Jackson (from Scott Bordow, azcentral):
Video Breakdown: Some Best Sets (from Zak Boisvert, pickandpop.net):
Why George Hill & The Kings Are A Mismatch (from Ailene Voisin, Sacramento Bee):
– Hawks:  Tyler Cavanuagh’s Remarkable Journey (from Chris Vivlamore, myajc.com):
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