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

How Much Has Durant’s Game Actually Changed Since Last Season? (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
Defensive Adjustments Cavs Can Make In Game 3 (from Mike Zavagno, Fear The Sword):
Two Things To Watch In Game 3 (from John Schuhmann, NBA.com):
Cavs Are Asking A Lot From KLove On Defense (from Jason Patt, The Step Back):
The Dubs’ “Anyone But LBJ” Approach Is Working (from Jackson Frank, Clutch Points):
LBJ: The Strange Thrill Of A One-Man Show (from Scott Cacciola, NY Times):
Video: The Tactical Chess Match In Games 1 & 2 (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
McGee Isn’t Playing The Fool (from Rodger Sherman, The Ringer):
Even The Splash Brothers Had Nemeses In Their Past (from Jackie MacMullan, ESPN):
The BIggest Playoff X-Factor Might Be A Good Night’s Sleep (from Tom Haberstroh, Bleacher Report):
LBJ Sees The Game Unlike Anyone Else (from Scott Davis, Business Insider):
8 Moments That Shaped The Cavs’ Season (from Michael Beaven/George Thomas, Akron Beacon Journal):
“Head Performance Therapist” Chelsea Lane Might Be The Most Important Warrior You Don’t Know (from Connor Letourneau, SFGate):
Shaun Livingston Keeps Peoria Close To His Heart (from Malika Andrews, Chicago Tribune):
The Pistons Can Copycat Their Way To Offensive Respectability (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
–  The Anatomy Of A Missed Shot (from Ryan Mahanna, Celtics Hub):
Jaren Jackson Jr: Perfect Modern Center?  (from Tim Cato, The Athletic):
Udoka: Intriguing Coaching Target (from James L. Edwards III, The Athletic):
The Grind Of Working In The G-League (from Keith Schlosser, Ridiculous Upside):
Dennis Rodman’s Complicated Legacy (from Chris Ballard, Sports Illustrated):
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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/9/18

In Appreciation Of Al Horford’s Brilliance (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
How TJ McConnell Energized The Sixers In Game 4 (from Tom West, Liberty Ballers):
The Sixers’ Extreme Plan To Run Everything Through Their Two Stars (from Zach Lowe, ESPN):
How Much Do Coaches Matter? (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
After Making 1st Conference Finals, CP3 Asks: “Who Plays Just For That?” (from Tim McMahon, ESPN):
CP3: The Ultimate Irony (from Jackson Frank, Clutch Points):
– How D’Antoni Countered UTA’s Pick-And-Roll Defense (from Ryan Nguyen, Cleaning The Glass):
The Harden & Capela Oop Show (from Jake Paynting, 94 Feet Report):
Jazz: The Beat Will Go On (from Royce Young/Tim MacMahon, ESPN):
HOU-UTA Series Winners & Losers (from Jeff Balke, Houston Press):
Royce O’Neale Proved His Worth In The Playoffs (from Zachary Padmore, The J Notes):
Love & Korver Aren’t Just Watching LBJ (from Zach Lowe, ESPN):
The Raptors’ Reliance On Fred Vanvleet (from Seerat Sohi, SB Nation):
Lin & Roberson: The Rare Patellar Tendon Rupture (from Dr. Rajpal Brar, The Injury Insight):
The #1 Goal Of Agents In The Pre-Draft Process (from Matt Babcock, Sports Illustrated):
Q & A: Kevin Pritchard (from Dan Dakich/Dakota Crawford, Indy Star):
Guide To Igor Koskoskov (from David Nash, TheIVPointPlay)):
How To Approach Prospect Evaluation: Ballhandling  (from Danny Leroux, Real GM):
Fizdale’s Biggest Success: Admitting His Failure (from Barbara Barker, Newsday):
Six Players Who May Surprise At The Combine (from Matt Norlander, CBS Sports):
Six Market-Value FAs Worth Watching (from Ben Nadeau, Basketball Insiders):
Is Dual Coach/President Role Destined To Fail? (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 3/15/18

Nuggets: A Beautiful ATO GIves Them Lots Of Options (from Jeff Siegel, The Step Back):
The Pacers Are Stranding Oladipo’s Speed Against Hedges & Traps (from Caitlin Cooper, Indy Cornrows):
Fred VanVleet: The Bench Boss (from Michael Grange, sportsnet.ca):
Raptors: Siakam’s Evolution Is Paying Dividends At Both Ends (from Jordan Skuse, Raptors HQ):
Julius Randle Is Changing The Narrative Of His Future (from Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN):
Is Robert Covington Really A “Streaky Shooter”?  (from Eric Sidewater & blindloyalty76, Liberty Ballers):
The Sixers’ Draft Strategy Dilemma (from Bret Stuter, The Sixers Sense):
Fixing The Hornets (from Shane Rhodes, Basketball Insiders):
Why The Knicks Are Shooting Mid-Range Shots (from Mike Vorkunov, The Athletic):
Q & A: Knicks’ Player Development VP Craig Robinson (from Ian Begley,ESPN):
How The Wolves Defended Durant (from Ben Beecken, Dunking With Wolves):
NBA Scouts On Trae Young (from Jake Fischer, Sports Illustrated):
Being Trae Young: Behind The Scenes (from Cody Stavenhagen, Tulsa World):
Wendell Carter, Jr Was Born Into An NBA Future (from Reid Forgrave, CBS Sports):
Carl English Is Still Balling Out (from Blake Murphy, VICE Sports):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 2/13/18 PART ONE

Kevin Durant Has Expanded is Pick-And-Roll Game (from Jeff Siegel, The Step Back):
Durant’s DPOY Candidacy (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
The Rockets’ Offense Explained (from Jared Dubin, The Ringer):
Video Breakdown: Good Luck Stopping The New-Look Cavs On This Play (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
Is George Hill A Perfect Fit In CLE? (from Nathan Beighle, King James Gospel):
How Jeff Green Is Getting To The FT Line (from Mike Zavagno, Fear The Sword):
The Clippers Had A Great Trade Deadline Even if They Don’t Make The Playoffs (from Mo Dakhil, The Jump Ball):
UTA Wins 10th Straight  (from David Locke, Locked On Jazz):
The Jazz Are Suddenly Making Beautiful Music Together (from Kelly Scaletta, Fanrag Sports):
8 Observations (from Zach Harper, Fanrag Sports):
Meditating With Jaylen Brown (from Paul Flannery, SBNation):
Steve Kerr: “It’s The Players’ Team & They Have To Take Ownership Of It” (from Chris Haynes, ESPN):
Why Are Injuries Skyrocketing?  (from Tom Haberstroh, Bleacher Report):
Mavs: Dwight Powell Is Proving Himself As A Starter (from Bobby Karalla, mavs.com):
Sabonis: Benefitting From More Prominent Role (from Spencer Davies, Basketball Insiders):
Is Trae Young The First Of Many Steph Curry Clones?  (from Kevin Pelton, ESPN):
Ranking Every Post Trade Deadline Starting Lineup (from Zach Buckley, Bleacher Report):
Joe Young Is Having The Career Year But Only The Pacers Are Noticing  (from William Furr, 8 Points, 9 Seconds):
Sixers Sign Belinelli, Change Direction (from Jack McCaffery, The Reporter):
Q & A: Tyrone Wallace (from Alex Kennedy, Hoops Hype):
Tyler Zeller Is Catching Up With The Bucks (from Lori Nickel, jsonline):
Nets: Jahlil Okafor Is Not Getting Consistent Minutes (from Brian Lewis NY Post):
Draft Scouting Reports: Three Potential Steals On The Rise (from Mike Schmitz, ESPN):
Daniel Dixon’s Journey: From Unheralded Recruit To Cusp Of Making The NBA  (from JD Shaw, Def Pen):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/29/17

Video Breakdown: Embiid’s Defensive Versatility (from Mike O’ Connor, The Sixer Sense):
Under The Radar Ramifications Of This Summer’s Big Moves  (from Matt Moore, CBS Sports):
Why Morey Ball Needs An Adjustment (from Joe Fernandez, House Of Houston):
Patrick McCaw: Rewarded For “Playing The Right Way”  (from Ian Thomsen, NBA.com):
FA Bargain: Raymond Felton (from Tom West, Fanrag Sports):
How Aron Baynes Will Affect The Celtics’ Offense (from Matt Chin, Hashtag Basketball):
Alan Williams’ Path: Rare & Special (from Scott Bordow, azcentral.com):
–  What Holds JaVale McGee Back & How It Can Be Corrected (from Coach Nick, Bball Breakdown):
Video Breakdown: Brett Brown’s End Of Game Playbook  (from Mike O’Connor, The Sixer Sense):
Mom’s Support, Flint Roots Bouy Kuzma’s Impressive Summer (from Mark Spezia, Detroit Free Press):
3-And-D Wings Are A Prime Commodity (from Ryan Jarvis, NBA Math):
Porzingis: Year Two In Review (from Tim Stubbs,  NBA Math):
What Nwaba Can Bring To The Bulls (from Vijay Vemu, Blog A Bull):
How Steven Adams And Andre Robeson Work To Improve Their FT Shooting (from Fred Katz, CNHI):
Brandon Jennings Leaves The NBA Having Never Shown What He Could Have Been  (from Adi Joesph, USA Today):