Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 6/14/18

Wizards’ Offseason Preview (from Jeff Siegel, Early Bird Rights):
Celtics’ Offseason Preview (from Jeff Siegel, Early Bird Rights):
How Will The Celtics Use Gordon Hayward? (from Jay King, The Athletic):
Mavs’ Assistant VP Michael Finley (from Brad Townsend, Dallas Morning News):
Rod Strickland Praises Trae Young (from Sam Smith, bulls.com):
Suns: Pros & Cons Of Ayton At #1 (from Gerald Bourguet, Hoops Habit):
2018 Draft Superlatives In Various Categories (from Chris Johnson, Sports Illustrated):
Strengths, Weaknesses, Comps For Top Draft Prospects (from Jonathan Givony/Mike Schmitz, ESPN):
Q & A: Landry Shamet (from Seerat Sohi, SB Nation):
Who Is Dzanan Musa? (from Ed Odeven, court-side.com):
Bagley: Most NBA-Ready Player In The Draft? (from Mark Titus, The Ringer):
The Four PGs Likely To Be Drafted Mid-First Round (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
Breaking Down Jaren Jackson Jr’s Potential (from Nick Sciria, Cleaning The Glass):
The Michael Porter Mystery (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
Malik Pope & The Perils Of Early Expectations (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Dakota Mathias’ Skill Set Extends Beyond The Three-Point Line (from Jake Fischer, Sports Illustrated):
Cherokee Parks’ Inspirational Journey Back To Basketball (from Yaron Weitzman, slamonline):
The Celtics And The Repeater Tax (from Keith P. Smith, Celtics Blog):
Video: Shot Fake Side-Step 3 (from Zak Boisvert, Pick And Pop):
Nurse’s First Boss Says Raptors Made The Right Move (from Lori Ewing, The Globe And Mail):
Thaddeus Young: More Than Just The Glue Guy For The Pacers (from Ben Gibson, 8 Points, 9 Seconds):
Mavs: Rick Carlisle Is Key To Successful Rebuild (from Sean Bush, The Smoking Cuban):
George Galanopolous’ Unlikely Journey From Basketball Dreamer To Uganda Head Coach (from Jake Fischer, Sports Illustrated):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 4/4/18

NBA Execs Weigh In On Next Generation Of Head Coaches (from Chris Mannix, Yahoo Sports):
On The Rebirth Of Post Play – With A Twist (from Ben Falk & Ryan Nyugen, Cleaning The Glass):
COY Candidates (from Jeremias Engelmann, ESPN):
Nuggets: Millsap & Jokic Are Learning How To Flourish Together (from TJ McBride, Mile High Sports):
Thunder: Westbrook & Adams: Telepathic Bond? (from Scott Rafferty, Dime Mag):
Q & A: Kris Dunn (from Sam Smith, bulls.com):
Q & A: Victor Oladipo (from Marc J Spears, The Undefeated):
Weekly Observations (from Michael Pina, VICE Sports):
How About A Dash Of Zone Defense In The Playoffs? (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
How Brad Stevens Has Kept The Celtics Afloat  (from Chris Forsberg, ESPN):
Brad Stevens Says Jay Wright has Talent To Coach In NBA; Support From A Team Is Key (from Steve Bulpett, Boston Herald):
UTA 117, LAL 110 (from Andy Larsen, KSL):
What Butler’s Absence Has Shown The Wolves (from Jake Paynting, Dunking With Wolves):
Another Positive Step For Fultz (from David Murphy, philly.com):
Sixers: Additions Ilyasova & Belinelli Providing Timely Bench Boost (from Brian Seltzer, sixers.com):
Simmons: 1st-Team All-Defense?  (from Liberty Ballers):
The Long Road Back (from Gordon Hayward):
Denzel Valentine’s Season (from Sam Smith, bulls.com):
NBA Creates New International Camp For Top Prospects (from Jonathan Givony, ESPN):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 1/30/18

OKC’s 2018 Success (from Jake Paynting, 94 Feet Report):
4 Thoughts On The GSW-BOS Game (from Mo Dakhil, The Jump Ball):
8 Observations (from Zach Harper, Fanrag Sports):
Blazers: Ed Davis Accepts & Excels In His Role (from Jason Quick, NBC Sports):
Bucks: Finding Sterling Brown (from Max Carlin, Behind The Buck Pass):
Game Control & A New Take On Team Metrics (from Dan Loman, Nylon Calculus):
Closure On 3-Point Team Defense (from Justin, Nylon Calculus):
Celtics: Theis Has Become An Elite Role Player (from Marc D’Amico, celtics.com):
The Domino Effect Of Tristan Thompson’s Return To The Starting Lineup (from Spencer Davies, Basketball Insiders):
Cavs: Gilbert’s Mistakes Pushing Team To Breaking Point (from Ken Berger, Bleacher Report):
How NOP & OKC Adjust To Losing DMC & Roberson Will Shape The WC Playoffs (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Reflecting On DMC’s Injury (from Nathaniel Friedman, GQ):
Sabonis, Turner: Forming A Tag Team (from Mark Monteith, Pacers.com):
The Bucks’ Great Defensive Experiment Is Over (from Kyle Wagner, FiveThirtyEight):
Jabari Parker To Make Season Debut On Friday (from Matt Velazquez, jsonline.com):
Kerr: Why Steph Is Better Than Ever (from Melissa Rohlin, Mercury News):
Heat: Breaking The Mold In Their Quest For Success (from Simon Smith, All U Can Heat):
Jeff Teague Needs A Timeout (from Haley O’Shaughnessy, The Ringer):
Tyrone Wallace: Pros & Cons Of Playing On A Two-Way Contract (from James Blancarte, Basketball Insiders):
The Rehab Grind (from Gordon Hayward):
NOTE:  No LAC-DET Trade Stories?  Never fear: BI will publish a special trade edition later today.  Stay tuned!

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 12/1/17 PART ONE

The Week In Review (from Zach Lowe, ESPN):
How Is Simmons Dominating Without A Jumper?  (from Matt Chin, NBA Math):
Sixers’ Legendary Stats Crew Has Counted It All: From Wilt To JoJo  (from Keith Mike Jensen, philly.com):
Porzingis Is Unstoppable (from Mike Vorkunov, VICE Sports):
Defining The Six Most Important Teams, Besides GSW  (from Matt Moore, CBS Sports):
Why Epic Comebacks Are Becoming Routine (from Ben Cohen, Wall Street Journal):
Best Team-Rookie Pairings From Early NBA Season (from Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report):
Bulls: Promising Signs From Markkanen & Dunn (from Steve Aschburner, nba.com):
Horford’s Stealth Impact On Winning (from A. Sherrod Blakely, NBC Sports):
Kyrie Irving Has All The Answers (from Bobby Manning, Celtics Blog):
Harrison Barnes Is Playing More Aggressively This Season (from Dalton Trigg, Mavs Moneyball):
Only Gasol Can Save The Grizzlies’ Season (from Tim McMahon, ESPN):
Lonzo Ball: Learning To Be More Assertive (from Tania Ganguli, LA Times):
The Spurs’ Collective Patience, Instincts, Selflessness (from Mark Travis, Pounding The Rock):
The Basketball Dictionary: “Drop”, Part One  (from Dylan Murphy, Medium.com):
Read and view it here:  https://medium.com/@DylanTMurphy
What We Know About Hayward’s Recovery And Eventual Return (from Nicole Yang, Boston.com):
Sixers: Succeeding With Passing & Hustle (from defpen.com):
Brandon Ingram: Quietly Making Great Progress (from Dicky Fung, Silver Screen And Roll):
Kyle Korver’s Effectiveness (from Nathan Beighle, King James Gospel):
Al Jefferson’s Locker Room Presence (from Mark Monteith, pacers.com):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 10/18/17

OKC & HOU: Does It Matter That There Is Only One Basketball?  (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
Will Jrue Holiday Benefit From Playing Shooting Guard? (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
Hayward’s Injury Has Changed The Celtics’ Trajectory (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
Hayward’s Injury: Understanding The Early News (from Jeff Stotts, In Street Clothes):
With Butler Joining Wiggins & Towns, Can The Wolves Become Elite? (from Jerry Zgoda, Star Tribune):
Presenting The Archetypes For The 2017-18 Season (from Jared Dubin, Dime Mag):
“Betaball” Excerpt: Draymond Green (from Eric Malinowski, Dime Mag):
The Weirdest NBA Season Is Finally Here (from Nathanial Friedman/Eric Freeman, GQ):
Opening Night Observations (from Jason Patt, Fanrag Sports):
12 MVP Candidates (from Paul Flannery, SBNation):
What Nurkic Brings To The Blazers (from Ben Gordon, 94 Feet Report):
 – The Starting 5 (from Kelly Scaletta, Fanrag Sports):
Will Andre Drummond Get Another Shot At Stardom? (from Haley O’Shaughnessy, The Ringer):
Video Analysis: RHJ’s Improved Game (from Nicholas LeTourneau, Nets Daiily):
30 People Who Will Define This Season (from Dave Zarum, Sportsnet.ca):
Players Who Deserve More Run (from Adam Fromal, Bleacher Report):

Refreshed Dragic: Ready For New Season (from Manny Navarro, Miami Herald):

How The Warriors Plan To Balance Work & Fun (from Mark Medina, Mercury News):
Knicks Preview (from Marc Berman, NY Post):
Knicks: Pick-And-Roll Should Be Key On Offense (from Maxwell Ogden, Daily Knicks):