Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 3/5/19

ATL: Huerter’s Development Has Been Crucial For The Hawks (from Adam Spinella, The Basketball Writers):
BKN: Takeaways From Win Over DAL (from Phil Watson, Nothin’ But Nets):
BKN: D’Lo Needs To Get To The FT Line More (from Justin Carter, Nets Republic):
BKN: Atkinson Experimenting To Take Advantage Of Trio Of Ballhandlers (from Erik Slater, Nothin’ But Nets):
BOS: Jaylen Brown: Celtics Must Fix Toxic Environment (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
CHI: Q & A: President/COO Michael Reinsdorf (from KC Johnson, Chicago Tribune):
DAL:  Shammgod’s Coaching Crossover (from Andrew Pina, Washington Post):
DET: Kennard Aggressive, Confident As Game Grows (from Ansar Khan, MLive):
GSW: Video Highlights: Iguodala Defending Butler (from Drew Shiller, NBC Sports):
HOU: James Harden’s Side Step (from Will Gottlieb, The Ringer):
IND: TJ Leaf Is A Case Study For Offensive Rebounding (from Caitlin Cooper, Indy Cornrows):
IND: Behind The Scenes Of The Post-Oladipo Injury Pacers (from Rob Mahoney, Sports Illustrated):
IND: The Village Bringing Oladipo Back (from Jonathan Abrams, Bleacher Report):
LAC: Beverley Sets The Tone For The Clippers (from Mirjam Swanson, OC Register):
LAL: Film Room: A Closer Look At The New Starting Lineup (from Pete Zayas, Silver Screen And Roll):
LAL: The Lakers’ Disappointing Season (from Ramona Shelburne, ESPN):
MIN: KAT Can’t Be Stopped (from Nekias Duncan, The Basketball Writers):
ORL: Aaron Gordon is Ready For Stardom (from Howard Megdal, NY Times):
POR: Skal Appreciates Opportunity With Blazers (from Jason Quick, The Athletic):
SAC: Giles Is Starting To Show His Defensive Potential (from Tony Xypteras, Sactown Royalty):
SAS: Spurs’ Offense Defies Convention, But It Works (from Ben Ladner, The Step Back):
The Zone Has Become A Game-Changing Defense (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
Video: Daily ATO (from Adam Spinella):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 1/8/19

ATL: Huerter Is More Than Just A Shooter (from Max Carlin, The Step Back):
BKN: Nets Can Finally Point Toward A Brighter Future (from Tim Bontemps, ESPN):
BOS: The Celtics’ Balanced Attack (from Bill Sy, Celtics Blog):
BOS: Marcus Smart’s 3-Point Improvement Stems From Post-Practice Competition (from Chris Forsberg, NBC Sports):
DET: The Pistons’ “Late-Switch” Pick & Roll Coverage (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
DET:  Hard Work Has Earned Bryn Forbes A Solid NBA Career (from John Niyo, Detroit News):
DET: Blake Griffin Is Whatever You Want Him To Be (from Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN):
HOU: Harden’s Methodical Essence (from Jackson Frank, The Step Back):
HOU: The Anatomy Of Harden’s Step Back (from Ben Pfeifer, Clutch Points):
HOU: Harden Dissects Nuggets With Distribution (from Michael Wright, ESPN):
MEM: Justin Holiday Arrives In Desperate Times (from Michael Wallace, grizzlies.com):
MIL: Brook Lopez: Sharpshooter From Distance (from Luis Paez-Pumar, Deadspin):
NOP: Q & A: Anthony Davis (from Joe Vardon, The Athletic):
NYK: A Season Of Development (Or Tanking)  (form John Gonzalez, The Ringer):
OKC: Ferguson’s Dramatic Defensive Development (from Maddie Lee, newsok.com):
PHI: Q & A: New VP Of Player Development Annelie Schmittel (from Ramona Shelburne, ESPN):
PHI: JJ Redick: All-Star? (from Michael Pina, VICE Sports):
POR: Blazers’ Keys Are Bench, Assists & Making Threes (from Mike Tokito, Forbes):
POR: Blazers Are Asking More Of Nurkic & He Is Delivering (from Jack Winter, Hoop Ball):
SAC: One Play Epitomized The Kings’ Unselfish Style (from Jason Anderson, Sacramento Bee):
SAS: The Spurs’ Midrange Stars Are More Efficient Than You Think (from Bruno Passos, Pounding The Rock):
WAS: Shooting More With The 2nd Unit Is Working Out For Otto Porter (from Fred Katz, The Athletic):
The End Of The Coach/GM Dual Role (from Dan Devine, The Ringer):
How NBA Stars Face The Challenge Of Growing Old Gracefully (from A. Sherrod Blakely, NBC Sports):
The “Welcome To The NBA Moment” (from Clevis Murray, The Athletic):
Vince Carter Paved The Way For RJ Barrett (from Myron Medcalf, ESPN):
Each Top Draft Prospect’s Most Glaring Weakness (from Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report):
Today’s BI is dedicated to the memory of Ben Coleman: