Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 1/11/18 PART TWO

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Tyus Jones Leads PGs In A Defensive Stat That Thibodeau Doesn’t Trust (from Jace Frederick, Pioneer Press):
Breaking Down The Blazers’ Improved Defense (from Eric Griffith, Blazers’ Edge):
Takeaways From Heat’s Win Over IND (from Manny Navarro, Miami Herald):
Simmons Hits The Wall Without Embiid (from Rob Mahoney, Sports Illustrated):
Delon Wright Can Be The Raptors’ Difference Maker (from Simon Broder, raptorshq.com):
Introducing Player-Impact Plus-Minus (from Jacob Goldstein, Nylon Calculus):
Celtics: Realizing Defense Is Their Identity  (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
Read it here: https://hardwoodhoudini.com/2018/01/10/boston-celtics-realizing-defense-is-their-identity/

Celtics: Historically Competitive For A Young Team (from Zach Kram, The Ringer):
(Note: Don’t overlook the 73-74 ABA Champion New York Nets, whose starting lineup of Doctor J, Super John Williamson, Larry Kenon, Brian Taylor & Billy Paultz averaged 23 years old).
The Freak Is Great, But Don’t Call Him “The Next LBJ” (from Alex West, NBA Math):
Eric Gordon: Stepping Up In Harden’s Absence (from Eric Spyropolous, Space City Scoop):
Erik Spoelstra: COY Candidate (from Simon Smith, All U Can Heat):
The Next Wave Of International Stars Is Here (from Michael Lee, Yahoo Sports):
Aaron Gordon Is Asked To Walk A Fine Line (from John Denton, magic.com):
Video: Analyzing Aminu’s Jump Shot (from Jeff Siegel, Blazers’ Edge):
Jerami Grant: The Process Continues For OKC’s X-Factor (from James Herbert, CBS Sports):
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