Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 8/9/17

Rob McClanaghan: Skills Trainer To NBA Stars (from Sam Fortier, The Ringer):
–  The Flare Screen: Poetry In Motion (from Adam Spinella, BBall Breakdown):
How Capela & Nene Don’t Allow Ballhandlers To Score (from Michael Snyder, 94feetreport.com):
Rockets: Suddenly A Defensive Team (from Mason Hicks, Space City Scoop):
Ranking The Best And Worst Scorers In Every Offensive Role (from Todd Whitehead, Nylon Calculus):
A Classical Concept To Help The Suns’ Offense (from Yusuf Saleem, Bright Side Of The Sun):
David Blatt: Remaining Patient Awaiting Another NBA Opportunity (from Allon Sinai, Jerusalem Post):
Ten Rookies Capable Of Making Instant Impact (from Chris Johnson, Sports Illustrated):
How The NBA Is Building In Rest Through Schedule Changes (from Brian Windhorst, ESPN):
How Teams Can Use “Roles” To Build Ideal Lineups (from Ryan Jarvis, NBA Math):
Undrafted Treasure: Derrick Walton, Jr  (from Dakota Schmidt, Ridiculous Upside):
 Scouting Report: Nikola Milutinov  (from Andrew Bernucca, Fansided):
Malcolm Thomas Continues His NBA Dream (from NBA.com):
Video: Defeating ICE Coverage (from Jim Petersen/Coach Nick, Bball Breakdown):

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 7/22/17

Why The Wizards Were Happy To Give $106M To Their 3rd Best Player (from Michael Lee, Yahoo Sports):
Draymond Green Shakes Everything Up  (from Ryan Jarvis, NBA Math):
What Rubio Brings To The Jazz (from Tim Stubbs, NBA Math):
Free Agency Bargain: Patrick Patterson  (from Tom West, Fanrag Sports):
Best Value Signings Of The Offseason (from Jesse Blancarte, Basketball Insiders):
–  Who Will Be Next Season’s Best Pick-And-Roll Big Man?  (from Zach Harper, Fanrag Sports):
The Bulls Rebuild: Lauri Markkanen  (from Vincent Goodwill, SLAM):
Cavs Have 3 Choices With Irving & No Rush To Decide  (from Kurt Helin, NBC Sports):
Irving’s List Of Preferred Destinations Doesn’t Really Matter (from Michael Sykes, SBNation):
Ranking Celtics’ Rookies’ Chances (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
Heat: Did It Have To End This Way With Willie Reed? (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
Summer League Observations (from Jeremy Nellis,  NBADraft.net):
Takeaways From Lonzo Ball’s Summer League Performances (from Nick Birdsong, NBA Math):
Celtics Are Placing A Premium On Sports Science/Biological Analytics  (from Curtis Rafter, Hardwood Houdini):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/19/17

What We Learned From The Lonzo Ball Show In LV (from Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN):
Rockets Add More Defense With Mbah A Moute  (from Mason Hicks, Space City Hoops):
The Draymond Green Summer League All-Stars (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
Summer League: Top Rookies (from Max Holm, Hoops Habit):
CJ Miles: Quality Role Player The Raptors Needed (from Jordan Kligman, Hashtag Basketball):
How The New Two-Day Contracts Work (from Tim Cato, SBNation):
–  How The Lakers Secured KCP (from Mark Medina, LA Daily News):
In Search Of The Ideal Talent Distribution For An NBA Roster (from Todd Whitehead, Nylon Calculus):
No Two Coaching Stories Are The Same (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
Andre Drummond’s Post-Up Experiment Must End (from Steve Hinson, Detroit Bad Boys):
Ginobili: The Journey Continues (from Michael Wright, ESPN):
The Grizzlies’ SG Dilemma  (from Eric Monroe, Grizzly Bear Blues):
John Collins: Summer League Review (from Graham Chapple, Peachtree Hoops):
Kuzma Says He Can Play Any Position (from Harrison Faigen, Silver Screen And Roll):
DeMarre Carroll: Nets A Better Fit For Me  (from Brian Lewis,  NY Post):
Doug McDermott Q & A  (from Dirk Chatelain, omaha.com):
Dear NBA Coaches: Please Stop Running So Many ISOs  (from Brian Sampson,  NBA Math):
Orlando Goes Small With Versatility, Not With A Stretch-4  (from Philip Rossman-Reich, Orlando Magic Daily):
Newest Denver Nugget Torrey Craig: In-Depth Scouting Report (from Adam Mares/Andrew Price, Denver Stiffs):
Vander Blue Has Earned A Spot In The NBA (from Shereen Rayan, Lake Show Life);
Quincy Acy Continues His NBA Journey (from Christopher Lavinio, Hoops Habit):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/1/17

Thunder: Swinging For The Fences (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
Paul George, the People’s Champion (from Kelly Iko, 94feetreport.com):
DeMar DeRozan Q & A (from Marc J. Spears, The Undefeated):
The Biggest Questions In Another Wild Offseason (from Zach Lowe, ESPN):
Is Teague An Upgrade For Wolves At PG? (fromGerald Bourguet, Hoops Habit):
Iguodala: Team Culture Changer (from Maxwell Ogden, Hoops Habit):
Rubio & The Jazz: Defensive Hand In Glove Fit (from My_Lo, SLCDunk):
Can MCW Bounce Back? (from Ti Windisch, The Step Back):
What Korkmaz’ Arrival Means To Sixers (from Christopher Kline, The Sixer Sense):
Jonah Bolden Could Be Sixers’ Back-Up Four Next Season (from Christopher Kline, The Sixer Sense):
Meet Harrison Gaines, Lonzo Ball’s Agent (from Jake Fischer, Sports Illustrated):
The Phil Jackson Era Wasn’t A Total Dumpster Fire (from Howard Beck, Bleacher Report):
Guide To 2017 Contract Options, Qualifying Offers (from John Schuhmann, NBA.com):
How An NBA Front Office Handles Free Agency, Step-By-Step (from Bobby Marks, ESPN):
Ekpe Udoh: From NBA Bench Player To Turkish Hero (from Patrick Kingsley, NYTimes):
D-League Alums To Watch At Orlando Summer League (from Chris Reichert, 2ways10days.com):
Rob Pelinka Q & A: Draft Evaluation & Offseason Outlook (from Mike Trudell, Lakers.com):
Lakers’ Priority: Cap Flexibility For Next Summer (from Mark Medina, LA Daily News);

 

 

 

 

Derrick Caracter Is Still Ballin’ (from Shereen Rayan, Lake Show Life):

 

 

 

 

 

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