Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/26/18 PART ONE

Zach Lowe’s Weekly 10 Things (from ESPN):
ATL: Video Breakdown: Examining The Hawks’ SLOB Offense (from Jeff Siegel, Peachtree Hoops):
ATL: Trae Young’s Early Returns: The Good, The Bad & New Dimensions (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
BOS: Celtics’ Bench Keys 2nd Half Comeback (from Keith Smith, Celtics Blog):
BOS: Another Brad Stevens ATO Quiets Thunder (from Bill Sy, Celtics Blog):
BOS: Can Jalen Brown Make The Leap? (from J. Kyle Mann, The Ringer):
CHA: The Hornets Have Found Their Own Draymond In MKG  (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
CHA: Impact Of Last Season’s Rotation Structure (from Walker Harris, Swarm And Sting):
DAL: The Mavs Have Fully Embraced The Modern NBA (from Doyle Rader, Mavs Moneyball):
DET: Why Blake Griffin Has Been Unstoppable (from Brenden Welper, Piston Powered):
GSW: Video Breakdown: Steph Curry’s 51 Points (from Coach Nick, BBall Breakdown):
GSW: How Jordan Bell Plans To Get Himself Back In The Mix (from Logan Murdock, Mercury News):
NOP: Trevon Bluiett Knows He Belongs But Can He Convince The NBA?  (from Matt Foley, Ozy.com):
NYK: Knicks’ Assistant Coach Pat Sullivan (from Chris Iseman, northjersey.com):
OKC:  Is OKC Taking Good Shots?  (from Bobby Chancellor and Dom Flaim, Welcome To Loud City):
SAS: The Spurs’ Defense Is Struggling (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
TOR: Ibaka Is Excelling As Full-Time 5 (from Josh Lewenberg, tsn.ca):
The Mavs & Hawks Are Each Winning The Doncic/Young Trade (from Matt Ellentuck, SBNation):
Which Players Are Currently On Max Contracts? (from Frank Urbina, Hoops Hype):
Unwritten Locker Room Rules (from Chase Hughes, NBC Sports):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/25/18

–  ATL: Why Taurean Prince Could Be In Line For A Breakout Year (from Mike Zavagno, Dime Mag):
ATL: Anatomy Of A 26-Point Comeback (from Graham Chapple, Peachtree Hoops):
BOS: Is The Celtics’ Offense Broken?  (from Sam Sheehan, Celtics Blog):
BOS: Is The NBA’s Scoring Rise Good For The Celtics?  (from A. Sherrod Blakely, NBC Sports):
CHI: Zach Lavine Is Embracing Leadership Role (from Sam Smith, bulls.com):
CHI: Unlikely Options Contributed To First Win (from Mark Karantzoulis, BlogABull):
DAL:  Dallas’s Love Affair With Doncic Has Already Begun (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
DEN: Defense Is The Nuggets’ New Calling Card (from Christopher Dempsey, nuggets.com):
DET: Blake Griffin’s Reinvention (from Joe Wolfond, The Score):
GSW: Curry’s 51-Point Explosion (from Dieter Kurtenbach, Mercury News):
HOU: D’Antoni Stresses Patience (from Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle):
HOU: Examining The Rockets’ Defense (from Nekias Duncan, BBall Index):
LAL: Stephenson’s Balanced Attack Keys Win (from Joey Ramirez, lakers.com):
NOP: Pelicans Are Launching The NBA’s Next Revolutionary Play Style (from Charles LaRocca, The Bird Writes):
NOP: Checking In On The Undefeated Pels  (from James Grieco, Hoops Hait):
NOP: Solomon Hill’s Impact May Not Show In Box Score (from Andrew Lopez, NOLA.com):
PHI: Landry Shamet Could Give Sixers More Than Anticipated (from Tom West, Liberty Ballers):
TOR: Nick Nurse Could Be Key To Raptors’ Reset  (from Jake Fischer, Sports Illustrated):
UTA: Analysis Of Win Over HOU (from Andy Larsen, Salt Lake Tribune):
UTA: Donovan Mitchell Returns To Form (from Tim MacMahon, ESPN):
Trae Young/Luka Doncic Give Early Taste Of  Boom-Or-Bust vs Consistency (from Adam Fromal, Bleacher Report):
Rich Paul: Bazley’s Internship Is Product Of Broken System (from ESPN):
Five Star Recruits Offer Mixed Reaction To New G-League Alternative (from Jonathan Givony, ESPN):
NBA Players Don’t Need College (from Andrew Zimbalist, Wall Street Journal):
The 10 Youngest Players On NBA Rosters At The Start Of The Season (from Fox Sports):
Filmmaker Rues Moses Malone’s Absence From “Basketball: A Love Story” (from Gordie Jones, Forbes):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/24/18

ATL: Hawks’ Rookies Torched The Cavs (from Chris Guest, Soaring Down South):
BKN: Making Sense Of LeVert’s Hot Start (from Alec Liebsch, Hoops Habit):
BOS: Jayson Tatum Is Learning On The Job (from Michael Pina, VICE Sports):
CHI: Parker-LaVine Defensive Issues (from Stephen Noh, The Athletic):
CLE: Are The Cavs Becoming Too Enamored With Mid-Range Shots?  (from Chris Fedor, Cleveland.com):
DEN: Jokic Has Arrived & The Nuggets Are On Schedule (from Paul Flannery, SBNation):
DET: Video Highlights: Blake Griffin’s 50-Point Game (from ESPN):
DET: Can Dwane Casey Get The Pistons Back On Track?  (from Michael Rothstein, ESPN):
IND: Bogdanovic Is Consistently Scoring  (from Ben Gibson, 8 Points, 9 Seconds):
LAC: Bradley Has Struggled Offensively As A Clipper (from Chris Murch, Clips Nation):
LAL: Johnathan Williams Introduces Himself With Big OT Performance In Debut (from Joey Ramirez, lakers.com):
MEM: MarShon Brooks & The Power Of Persistence (from Jeremy Morris, The Step Back):
NYK: This Was The Hezonja The Knicks Have Been Waiting For (from Marc Berman, NY Post):
OKC: Don’t Panic About The Thunder…Yet (from Tom Ziller, SBNation):
OKC: Shore Up The Defense, Keep Creating Open Shots (from Nick Gallo, thunder.com):
ORL: Magic: Not Going To Just Lay Down (from Chris Hays, Orlando Sentinel):
PHO: Rookie Review: Ayton Vs Dallas (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
SAC: WCS Is Finally Playing To His Strengths (from Richard Ivanoski, Sactown Royalty):
TOR: The Raptors Finally Look Like A Complete Contender  (from Dan Devine, The Ringer):
UTA: Inside Joe Ingles Career Best Start To The Season (from Ben Mallis, Pick And Roll):
G-League “Select Contract”:  A Step Forward, But Not The Answer (from Steve Kyler, Basketball insiders):
Measuring Passing Accuracy: A New Metric (from Fred Katz, The Athletic):
Players Thriving In New Situations (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
What The Hell Happened To Darius Miles? (from The Players’ Tribune):
Which Teams’ Offenses Are More Modern This Season? (from Bryan Mears, The Action Network):
Each Top Rookie’s Biggest Flaw (from Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report):
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Bob Cousy Reflects On Making Amends With Bill Russell (from Jackie MacMullan, ESPN):
Tryggvi Hlinason Working To Become Second Ever Icelander In NBA  (from Sam Riches,  Longreads):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/20/18

ATL: Confidence Has Carried Trae Young To The NBA  (from Chris Kirschner, The Athletic):
BKN: LeVert Has Become Special (from Phil Watson, Nothin’ But Nets):
BOS: Marcus Smart, King Of Chaos  (from Tom Lane, Celtics Life):
BOS: Takeaways From Loss To TOR  (from Keith Smith, Celtics Blog):
CHI: Ask Sam Smith (from Bulls.com):
CLE: 5 Observations (from Chris Fedor, cleveland.com):
DAL: Doncic’s Debut Had More Ups Than Downs (from San Guertler, Mavs Moneyball):
DET: Pistons’ New-Look Three-Guard Lineup (from Dana Gauruder, Detroit Free Press):
GSW: 5 Observations From Wild Win Over Jazz (from Anthony Slater, The Athletic):
GSW: An Evaluation Of Klay Thompson’s Offense (from Golden State Of Mind):
HOU: Q & A: Mike D’Antoni (from Sam Amick, The Athletic):
LAL: Rondo: “We Got To Be Patient Like Teachers” (from Marc J. Spears, The Undefeated):
LAL: Walton Has Solution To Rebounding Woes (rom Anthony Irwin, Silver Screen And Roll):
NOP: The Pels Are A Force In The Making (from Robbie Stratakos, Sir Charles In Charge):
NYK: Film Notes: Knicks Vs. Hawks (from Zach Diluzio, Knicks Film School):
ORL: Clifford’s Strategic Approach In Developing Bamba (from John Denton, magic.com):
PHI: Fultz Needs A Clear Role  (from Tom West, Liberty Ballers):
PHO: Josh Jackson’s Newfound Range (from Duane Rankin, Arizona Republic):
POR: Video Breakdown: How Split Cuts Allow Blazers To Counteract 3-Point Line Overplaying (from Dane Delgado, NBC Sports):
POR: LBJ’s Debut Spoiled By Dame’s Dominance (from Coach Nick, BBall Breakdown):
TOR: Raptors Win Chess Match Vs Celtics  (from Dave Zarum, Sportsnet.ca):
TOR: How Danny Green Found His Way (from Seerat Sohi, SBNation):
Hubie Brown Is Not Stopping (from Andrew Marchand, NY Post):
NBA Talks With NBPA To End One-And-Done Hit Impasse (from Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN):
G-League Draft: Eligible Player Pool (from gleague.nba.com):
The New “Select Contract”: Analyzing The Developmental Twist  (from Ira Winderman, Sun Sentinel):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/15/18 PART ONE

ATL: Hawks’ Playbook: Chest Split Down (from Jeff Siegel, Peachtree Hoops):
ATL: What To Expect From John Collins (from Jackson Frank, The Step Back):
DAL: How Much Will Kleber’s Role Change? (from Nick Angstadt, Mavs Moneyball):
HOU: Less is More For Melo In Houston (from Colin Connors, The Dream Shake):
LAL: LBJ Shriks Generation Gap As Leader Of Younger Teammates (from Tania Ganguli, LA Times):
MIA: Dragic’s Changing Role (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
MIA: The Misunderstanding Of Hassan Whiteside (from Haley O’ Shaugnessy, The Ringer);
MIL: The Value Of Henson’s Pick-And-Roll Success (from Rob Gueldner, Behind The Buck Pass):
PHI: With Addition Of Chandler, Muscala, Shamet Options Have Opened Up (from Sarah Todd, Philly.com):
PHI: Smashing Modest Expectations (from Sean O’Connor, Liberty Ballers):
PHO: Cotton Fitzsimmons Was Bold, Flashy & A Winner (from Kent Somers, Arizona Republic):
UTA: What We Learned From The Preseason (from Andrew Bailey, SLC Dunk):
Defining 23 Offensive Roles Using Play-Type Data (from Todd Whitehead, Nylon Calculus):
Projecting Best & Worst Cases & Toughest Stretches For Each Team (from ESPN):
The NBA’s “High Variance” Teams (from Dan Devine, The Ringer):
Don’t Be Fooled By Trade “Rumors”  (from Joel Blank, Sports Map):
Ten Questions That Will Define The Season (from Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated):
For The Three Holiday Brothers, It’s Just Like When They Were Kids  (from Kendra Andrews, Washington Post):
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What To Make Of Rookie Preseasons (from Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report):