Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/16/18 PART ONE

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Jabari Parker’s Homecoming Is A Win For Both Sides (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
Emptying The Celtics SL Notebook, Part Two (from Keith P Smith, Celtics Blog):
Brad Stevens’ Book Recommendations Make Big Imprint On Celtics (from Jay King, The Athletic):
Sunday Basketball Notes (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
How Does Malik Monk Get Better? (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
Cavs: Collin Sexton Has Shown Flashes In LV (from Andre Snellings, ESPN):
Ben Simmons, Point Center Of The Future (from Luke Swiatek, The Sixer Sense):
Jonah Bolden Hasn’t Been Satisfied With His SL Performance (from Keith Pompey, Philly.com):
Kawhi Leonard Is Now Supermax Eligible (from Bobby Marks, ESPN):
The Future Is Long; When Everyone Becomes A Unicorn (from Fendo, Dancing With Noah):
How Faried’s Game Fits With The Nets (from Nick LeTourneau, Nets Daily):
Blazers: Anfernee Simons Hopes To Find A Good Fit (from Kerry Eggers, Portland Tribune):
A 2-3-2 Format Would Reduce Playoff Reseeding Travel Concerns (from Sebastian Pycior, Nylon Calculus):
Derrick Jones, Jr: The Impact Of Heat Culture (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
OKC: The Perfect Rehab Center For Nerlens Noel (from Gideon Lim, Thunderous Intentions):
Summer League Takeaways (from ESPN):
Why Lindell Wigginton Is A Unique Guard Prospect (from Connor Harr, 94 Feet Report):
10 FAs Who Could End Up In Europe (from Antigoni Zachari, Eurohoops.net):
Q & A: Brian Windhorst (from Maxwell Strachan, Huffington Post):
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