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

David Stern Is Not Looking Back (from Chris Ballard, Sports Illustrated):
BKN: Q & A: Jarrett Allen (from Bryan Kalbrosky, Hoops Hype):
DAL: Doncic Is Athletic, Just Not In The Narrow Way Some Define It  (from Mike Prada, SBNation):
DEN: Gary Harris’ Ascension Encapsulates Nuggets’ Rise (from TJ McBride, Mile High Sports):
DET: Film Room: Blake Griffin’s Dominating Performance Was Not Just His Scoring (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
DET: Why Blake Griffin Has Been Unstoppable (from Brenden Welper, Piston Powered):
DET: The Bruce Brown Chronicles: Behind The Scenes With A Rookie (from James Edwards III, The Athletic):
NYK: Fizdale’s On-The-Fly Adjustments (from Zack DiLuzio, Knicks Film School):
NYK: Knicks Lead League In Forced Turnovers (from Chris Iseman, northjersey.com):
PHO: Suns Are Young Team; They Want To Be A Good Team (from Tim Bontemps, Washington Post):
SAC: Marvin Bagley’s Second Jump (from Tim Maxwell, Sactown Royalty):
SAS: The Spurs Are Taking It Slow (from Chris Herring, FiveThirtyEight):
The 5 Most Interesting Teams In Week 2  (from Dan Devine, The Ringer):
5 Trends Worth Watching After The 1st Week (from Dave Zarum, Sportsnet.ca):
Early Season Thoughts (from James Herbert, CBS Sports):
Pace: Is This The New NBA? (from Patrick Culligan, 24 Sloppy Seconds):
Average Ages For Each Team (from David MacKay, USA Today):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 9/18/18

Daryl Morey Had A Busy Offseason (from Kelly Iko, The Athletic):
The Rise Of Private Skill Trainers (from Paolo Uggetti, The Ringer):
Paul Fabritz Uses Detailed Scientific Methods To Train NBA Players (from Mirjam Swanson, ocregister.com):
Q & A: Magic HC Steve Clifford (from John Denton, magic.com):
Deron Williams & Jerry Sloan Put The Past Where It Belongs (from Aaron Falk, Utahjazz.com):
Sixers’ Assistant Monty Williams Ready To Return To Coaching (from Sarah Todd, philly.com):
Video Breakdown: They Are The Dubs’ System, Part One: Steph Curry  (from Joe Viray, Golden State Of Mind):
Dwane Casey’s Coaching Philosophy & Principles, Part Two (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
John Wall Is Looking For A Bounce-back Season (from Eric Spyropolous, The Step Back):
20 Things To Watch This Season (from Bryan Toporek, The Step Back):
Knicks: Fizdale Focused On Foundation, Not Wins, This Season (from Kurt Helin, NBC Sports):
The NBA’s Most Valuable Floor Spacers (from 94 Feet Report):
Point Horford (from Andrew Doxy, Celtic Blog):
The Best Creator At Each Position (from Grant Hughes, Bleacher Report):
Last Season’s Injured Star Players: Status Update (from David Aldridge, NBA.com):
Understanding Tobias Harris’ Defense (from Adam Spinella, NBA Math):
Nets: Rodion Kurucs’ Road To Brooklyn (from Tom Dowd, nets.com):
Suns: Can Booker Follow In Nash’s Footsteps? (from Aaron Johnson, Clutch Points):
Lee Jenkins To Leave Sports Illustrated, Join Clippers’ Front Office (from Sports Illustrated):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 9/11/18

Q & A: Bob Lanier (from Steve Aschburner, nba.com):
Q & A: Sam Jones (from Tom Lane, Celtics Life):
Erik Spoelstra Clinic Notes (from Zak Boisvert, Pick And Pop):
How Will DMC Fit Into The Dubs’ System?  (from Hugo Kitano, Golden State Of Mind):
Why Joe Ingles Is One Of The Best Shooters In The Assn. (from Ben Mallis, The Pick And Roll):
Is Lauri Markkanen Dirk v2.0?  (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
Why Aren’t You Using pbpstats.com?  (from Todd Whitehead, Nylon Calculus):
Julius Randle Doesn’t Care For Modernity (from Kris Fenrich, The Step Back):
The Crossroads: Anthony Davis At 25 (from Johnathan Tillman, The Sports Fan Journal):
Why Tony Parker Signed With The Hornets (from Jeff Garcia, Spurs Zone):
Can Collin Sexton Live Up To Expectations?  (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Grading The Bulls’ Roster (from NBA Math):
Grading The Cavs’ Roster (from NBA Math):
Why Haslem Decided To Stay With The Heat (from Tim Reynolds, Associated Press):
Kuzma: Ready For A Breakout Season (from Joey Ramirez, Lakers.com):
How Lance Stephenson Is Re-Focusing (from Scott Agness, The Athletic):
Theis’ Return Gives Celtics Yet Another Weapon (from Dan Gilinsky, NBA Analysis Network):
Aaron Gordon: Still Searching For Consistency (from Kris Fenrich, The Step Back):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 9/4/18

Raptors’ Defensive Upside Hinges On Siakam  (from Ben Ladner, The Step Back):
The Raptors & The Future Of Defense (from Adam Iafrate, Raptors HQ):
Nuggets: Debunking Jokic’s Defensive Narrative (from Grayson Moore, Nugg Love):
Rockets: Capela Works On Becoming A Key Weapon (from Kelly Iko, The Athletic):
Film Breakdown: Carmelo Anthony’s Defense (from Alykhan Bijani, The Athletic):
Mikal Bridges Ups The Gravity In The Suns’ Orbit (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Michael Porter: A Once Seemingly Certain Future Now Carries Question Marks (from Nick Kosmider, The Athletic):
Jabari Bird’s Journey To The Celtics (from Fred Katz, Mass Live):
Celtics: Wanamaker Has Been Grinding For This Shot (from Emmet Ryan, ballineurope.com):
How De’Aaron Fox Can Improve In Year Two:  Part One (from Zack Geohagen, KSR):
What’s Next For JaMychal Green?  (from Nathan Chester, Grizzly Bear Blues):
Bucks’ Challenge: Refine Maker’s Defensive Capabilities (from Jordan Treske, Behind The Buck Pass):
ATL: Kevin Huerter Is More Than Just A Shooter (from Graham Chapple, Peachtree Hoops):
10 Questions For The Pacers (from Caitlin Cooper, Indy Cornrows):
The “Timberbulls”  (from Tim Faklis, A Wolf Among Wolves):
Wolves’ Player Profile: Jeff Teague (from Dane Moore/Charlie Johnson, Zone Coverage):
Sixers: What Ben Simmons Learned From The Celtics In The Playoffs (from The Pick And Roll):
Four Castoffs From The Sixers’ “Process” & Their Last Chance  (from Jacob Doole, Sir Charles In Charge):
Q & A: Grant Hill (from Sekou Smith, NBA.com):
JKidd’s Vision Was Always To Assist Others (from John Schuhmann, NBA.com):
Remembering Late Nets’ Great Super John Williamson (from Tom Dowd, nets.com):
Bucks: Wayne Embry Remains An Unsung Hero (from Adam McGee, Behind The Buck Pass):
The Storm Is Seattle Basketball Royalty (from Isaiah Thomas, The Players’ Tribune):
Blazers: Why Evan Turner Will Make The Bench More Productive (from Peter Sampson, Blazers Edge):
Igiehon: Biggest Irish Prospect Ever (from Emmet Ryan, Ballin Europe):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 8/29/18

The Bucks Are The EC Wild Card (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
The Dwight Howard Dilemma  (from Steve Jones, Jr/Jordan Brenner, Cleaning The Glass):
Nets Will Be Focusing On Closing Out Games (from Brian Lewis, NY Post):
Mavs: Steph’s Trainer On DSJ (from Dalton Trigg, 247 Sports):
In Focus: DeMar DeRozan (from Paolo Uggetti, The Ringer):
Jazz’ Prescription For Upcoming Season: Continuity  (from Nicolas Colling, isportsweb.com):
How The Spurs Pick-And-Roll Could Evolve, Part III (from Brandon Meiners, Pounding The Rock):
Spurs: Aldridge & DeRozan Combined To Shoot More Mid-Range Shots Than Several Teams  (from Bryan Kalbrosky, Hoops Hype):
EuroLeague’s Best Players:  21-30 (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
Manu Retires After 16 Incredible Seasons (from Alejandro Danois, The Shadow League):
Pistons’ Assistant GM Sachin Gupta’s Journey (from Matt Langone, Lowell Sun):
Hornets:  All Summer Long, Frank Kaminsky has Been Grinding To Expand His Game (from Rodger Bohn, slamonline.com):
Will The Thunder Hire Shooting Coach Chris Mathews?  (from Stephen Dolan, Thunderous Intentions):
Why Teams Are Already Planning For The 2022 Draft (from Morton Jensen, Give Me Sport):
Best Value Contracts Of The Offseason (from Jesse Blancarte, Basketball Insiders):
–  10 Who Are Leaving The NBA For EuroLeague (from Dimitris Minaretzis, Eurohoops):
Wizards & Capital City Go-Go Can Model Their Partnership After  G-League Success Stories  (from Candace Buckner, Washington Post):
From Kerr To Jokic: The All-Time Best Passing Centers (from Christian Clark, bsndenver.com):