Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/17/18

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Marcus Smart Embodies The Celtics’ Grit (from Jason Patt, The Step Back):
Rozier Embodies Celtics’ Fearlessness (from Marc D’Amico, Celtics.com):
Brad Stevens’ Coaching Talent (from Clifton Brown, Indy Star):
The Cavs Ran Some Effective Set Plays In Game Two (from Jeff Siegel, Fear The Sword):
ECF Game 2 Takeaways (from Brian Robb, Boston Sports Journal):
Revisiting The Cavs’ Trade Deadline Overhaul (from Rohan Nadkarni, Sports Illustrated):
LBJ Shouldn’t Be Shooting The Cavs’ Technical FTs (from Haley O’Shaughnessy, The Ringer):
HOU 127, GSW 105:
The Lineup MDA Needs To Use More Often (from Kelly Iko, USA Today):
Rockets: Iso-Ball Can Work: If It Doesn’t Run Harden Into The Ground (from Tim Cato, SBNation):
Draymond: Turning On The Playoff Switch is A Myth. However Focus & Intensity Do Pick Up (from Lee Jenkins, Sports Illustrated):
Curry’s Rare Shooting Slump Has The Dubs Looking Mortal (from Ben Golliver, Sports Illustrated):
Steph: “I Keep Saying (That) I Feel Good” (from Marc J. Spears, The Undefeated):
How Looney Embraced The Challenge Of Defending Harden In Game One (from Mark Medina, Mercury News):
Friendly Foes: Kerr’s Path Through The Playoffs Filled With Familiar Faces (from Brian Witt, Warriors.com):
Who Will Suns Take At #1? (from Scott Bordow, azcentral.com):
Lakers: Weight Room Update With Training Director Gunnar Peterson (from Mike Trudell, Lakers.com):
Q & A: Lakers’ Director Of Scouting Jesse Buss (from Mike Trudell, Lakers.com):
What Casey’s Firing Tells Us About Achieving Goals In The NBA (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
Montrezl Harrell Saved His Career (from Jake Paynting, 94 Feet Report):
– EuroLeague Final Four (from Mark Deeks, Give Me Sport):
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