Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/23/17

How Dennis Lindsey Crafted The Jazz To Sustain The Loss Of Gordon Hayward (from Myles Stedman, 16 Wins):
How Paul George Changes The Thunder (from Erik Horne, newsok.com):
How Much More Can Giannis Improve? (from Paul Headley, Behind The Buck Pass):
Nick Van Exel: The Evolution Of An Athlete And A Man (from Logan Murdock, USA Today):
Jordan Loyd Finds Balance Between Competing Roles At Summer League (from Blake Murphy, 2days10days):
Stanley Johnson: “It’s Time To Shine” (from Vince Ellis, Detroit Free Press):
Inside The Weeks Of Dysfunction Surrounding Irving’s Trade Demand (from Shelburne, McMenamin, Windhorst, ESPN):
Irving’s Declaration Of Independence Honors LBJ  (from Ardian Wojnarowski, ESPN):
Why The Lakers Consider Ingram Untouchable (from Mark Medina, LA Daily News);
How Lonzo Ball Navigated Screens As The Ball Handler In Summer League (from Matthew Babic, Lake Show Life):
How The Rockets Have Improved Their Defense  (from Michael Knight, Space City Scoop):
Matt Costello Stood Out In Summer League (from Michael Walton, Hoops Habit):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/16/17

CP3 To Bring New Layer To Rockets’ Offense (from Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle):
Brad Stevens Focused On Present, Not Past, In Re-recruiting Hayward (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
JVG Interview (from Marc Berman, NY Post):
Jazz Hope Donovan Mitchell Brings The Energy They Need (from Zach Harper, Fanrag Sports):
Film Breakdown: What Osman Will Bring To The Cavs (from Chris Fedor, cleveland.com):
Chris Paul’s Desire To Win Can Be Traced To Upbringing (from Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle):
Why Summer League Matters To The Warriors (from Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated):
Sunday Basketball Notes (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
Darrell Williams Rebounds From Wrongful Conviction For Shot At NBA (from Connor Letourneau, San Francisco Chronicle):
From NBA To India, Coach Phil Weber Takes On A New Challenge (from Karan Madhok, The Field):
Five Menu Items From Joel Embiid (from Bret Stuter, The Sixer Sense):
Simmons And Isaac Represent The Magic’s Future Direction (from Philip Rossman-Reich):
Pat Riley Refused To Lose Wayne Ellington (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
Jonathan Motley Is Bouncing Back from Knee Injury (from Bobby Karalla, mavs.com):
Positionless Basketball Defines NBA’s Copycat Nature (from Ed Graney, Las Vegas Review-Journal):
How Avery Bradley Can Make Reggie Jackson Better (from Jeff Seidel, Detroit Free Press);
Jonah Bolden’s SL Play Showed He Belongs (from Sean Kennedy, Fanrag Sports):
Deyonta Davis Looks To Crack The Griz’ Rotation (from David Yapkowitz, Basketball Insiders):
Justin Robinson: The Heat’s Summer Revelation (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
Nets: No One Has A Better Story Than Jacob Wiley (from Brian Lewis, NY Post):
The Rockets Get Their Harrell Replacement: Tarik Black (from Karlo Lovenia, 16 Wins):
The Heat’s Summer League Growth Curve  (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
3 Kings Rookies Could Help Right Away; Only One 2nd-Year Player Seems Ready (from Jason Jones, Sacramento Bee):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/15/17

The Nuggets Needed Millsap (from Matt Chin, Hashtag Basketball):
Marcus Morris Brings Versatility & Toughness To Cs (from Matt Chin, Hashtag Basketball):
Cedi Osman Scouting Report (from Rafael Uehara, Basketball Scouting):
Summer League Takeaway: Markelle Fultz (from Bryan Toporek, BBall Breakdown):
Behind The Scenes Of Paul George’s OKC Arrival (from Lee Jenkins, Sports Illustrated):
Bryn Forbes Is Making Waves (from Spencer Davies, Basketball Insiders):
Waiters Gets His $ & A New Challenge From Pat Riley (from Ira Winderman, Sun-Sentinel):
Film Room:  Fournier: Count The Bucket Plus One (from Josh Cohen, magic.com):
Breaking Down The Celtics’ Bench (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
Hayward: Perfect Piece For Celtics’ System (from Taylor Snow, Celtics.com):
Summer League: Draft Class Is Backing Up The Hype (from Max Holm, Hoops Habit):
Pistons Tout Bullock’s Versatility (from Carlos Monarrez, Detroit Free Press):
Jeremy Senglin: Shooting His Way Into A Look With The Nets (from Brian Lewis, NY Post):
The Sixers’ International Assets (from Christopher Kline, The Sixer Sense):
Don’t Overlook Dragan Bender (from Michael Pina, VICE Sports):
John Collins: Ready For The Hawks’ System  (from Kevin Wang, ESPN):
Willie Reed Could Bring A Two-Way Presence To The Cavs (from Dan Gilinsky, King James Gospel):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/6/17 PART ONE

Give Danny Ainge His Due (from Chad Finn, Boston.com):
How Thibodeau Has Remade The Wolves (from Britt Robson, Minn Post):
Draft Risk Profiles (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
Under The Radar Players To Watch In The LV Summer League (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
Omri Casspi: A Legitimate Weapon, Not A Throwaway Signing, For The Dubs (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
The Best Of What’s Left Of Free Agents (from Neil Greenberg, Washington Post):
The Nets’ Focus Is On Finding Players; Other Teams’ Cap Situations Isn’t Their Concern (from Derek James, The Step Back):
The Cavs’ Front Office Chaos (from Ric Bucher, Bleacher Report):
Agent Tells Hayward’s Side Of The Story (from Jody Genessy, Deseret News):
Fixing The Competitive Balance Problem (from Basketball Insiders):
Video Breakdown: Kevin Durant Transition Scoring Series (from Zak Boisvert, pickandpop.net):
Do Analytics Deserve A Seat At The Table? (from Steve Shea, Basketball Analytics):
Despite Major Improvements, Dakari Johnson Is Still On Outside Looking In (from Chris Reichert, 2Ways10Days):
Two Summer League Teams Equals Two Shots At NBA For Some Players (from Tim Reynolds, Associated Press):
Russ Smith Is Averaging 61.4 ppg in China (from Jeff Eisenberg, Yahoo Sports):
Today we feature Basketball Intelligence Podcast #4 with special guest Fran Fraschilla. Following his distinguished career as head coach at Manhattan College, St. John’s and New Mexico, Fran joined ESPN where he serves as an analyst for Big 12 Games as well as covering the NBA draft and FIBA broadcasts.

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 6/21/17 PART TWO

Behind The Scenes Look At The Life Of An NBA Scout (from Alex Kennedy, NBA Insiders):
Josh Jackson Plays The Game Differently Than Other Prospects (from Hardwood Houdini,):
Kerr: Everything We Do On Offense Is Based On Steph (from Tyler Conway, Bleacher Reprt):
Draft Mystery Man Frank Ntilikina (from Ian Begley, ESPN):
Wesley Iwundu’s Unconventional Path To The Draft (from Kellis Robinett, Kansas.com):
Video Scouting Breakdown: Jayson Tatum (from Coach Nick, BBall Breakdown):
Luke Kennard: Draft Steal? (from Reid Frograve, CBS Sports):
 What Next For The Self-Defeating Hubristic Dan Gilbert? (from Colin McGowan, RealGM):
LAL/BKN Trade (from Sam Vecenie, Sporting News):
ATL/CHA Trade Grades (from Ben Golliver, Sports Illustrated):