Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 2/4/18 PART ONE

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Putting Jaylen Brown’s “January Slump” Into Perspective (from Jeremy Stevens, Hardwood Houdini):
Who Gets The Credit For The Uptick In Batum’s Game?  (from Rick Bonnell, Charlotte Observer):
Sixers’ Bench Issues Continue (from Kyle Neubeck, Philly Voice):
The Dubs’ Advantage: Continuity & Chemistry (from Chris Ballard, Sports Illustrated):
How Bob Myers & Steve Kerr Collaborate (from Mark Medina, Mercury News):
Pressed Into Starting Duty, Josh Hart Delivered In A Variety Of Ways (from Harrison Faigen, Lakers Nation):
Spurs’ D Flat In Loss To Jazz (from Bruno Passos, Pounding The Rock):
A Rested Joe Johnson Is A Good Joe Johnson (from David Locke, Hooked On Jazz):
The Cavs’ Internal Adversarial Situation Grows (from Brian Windhorst, ESPN):
Satoransky Keeps Taking His Game To New Heights (from Chase Hughes, NBC Sports):
The State Of The Wizards (from Andrew Sharp, Sports Illustrated):
Jarrett Allen Is Becoming Nets’ Center Of Attention (from Greg Logan, Newsday):
Monroe Gives Celtics’ Post Play A Big Lift (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
Sunday Basketball Notes: Hawks’ John Collins Is Taking Flight & More (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
Schedule Alert: Games Tired Teams Should Lose In February (from Baxter Holmes, ESPN):
Embiid Finally Feels Like An NBA Player (from Dennis Chambers, Basketball Insiders):
Overlooking Hernangomez Might End Up Haunting The Knicks (from Dan Karpuc, Give Me Sport):

 

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