Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 7/14/18 PART ONE

What Does Summer League Performance Mean? (from Coach Nick/Fran Fraschilla, BBall Breakdown):
Bamba & Isaac: The Magic’s Latest Hope (from Michael Lee, Yahoo.com):
Kevin Knox: Totally Different Player Than He Was At Kentucky  (from Mike Vorkunov, The Athletic):
Isaiah Thomas Has A Chance To Resurrect His Career (from Nick Kosmider, The Athletic):
Summer League Studs Becoming Dark Horse ROY Candidates (from Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report):
At Summer League, Referees Are Also Chasing A Dream (from John Karalis, Boston.com):
Stop Comparing Trae Young To Steph (from Andrew Sharp/Ben Golliver, Sports Illustrated):
With Demands Growing, NBA Coaches Game Plan For Better Health (from Steve Aschburner, NBA.com):
Otto Porter Remains Unappreciated – And It’s Time He Forces Change (from Ben Standig, The Sports Capitol):
Jack Cooley: Hungry To Prove He Belongs (from James Herbert, CBS Sports):
Notes On The Nuggets’ Transaction Timing (from Jeff Siegel, Early Bird Rights):
Nets’ Dawson Should Feel Right At Home In Brooklyn (from Stefan Bondy, NY Daily News):
The Suns Are Running Out Of PG Options (from Brendon Kleen, Valley Of The Suns):
Nuggets: Banking On Continuity (from Gina Mizell, Denver Post):
How Does Julius Randle Fit In New Orleans? (from Jake Paynting, Def Pen):
What The Nets, Nuggets & Hawks Got From Thursday Night’s Salary Swaps (from Sam Vecenie, The Athletic):
3 And D: The D Needs To Stand For Dimensions, Not Just Defense (from Will Muckian, Medium):
His H.S. Coach Explains What Kind  Of Player Celtics Are Getting In Robert Williams (from Nicole Yang, Boston.com):
Can Any Pacers SL Players Make An Immediate Impact?  (from Ben Pfeifer, 8 Points, 9 Seconds):
Free Agency: Behind The One-Year Deal Trend (from Rob Mahoney, Sports Illustrated):
Josh Hart Might Be The Best Laker Fit Playing With LBJ (from Harrison Faigen, Silver Screen And Roll):
Anthony Carter: Still Scrapping For Heat; This Time In Coach Mode (from Ira  Winderman, SunSentinel):
How Does MIA Manage Its SG Glut? (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 6/29/18

LBJ, PG & More League-Shaping Free Agency Madness (from Zach Lowe, ESPN):
Expiring Contracts To Watch In NBA Trade Talks (from Bobby Marks, ESPN):
Jokic Will Be Worth Every Cent Of His Expected Max Contract (from Yaron Weitzman, Bleacher Report):
Kings Must Learn From Recent Errors In Free Agency  (from Tomas Kassahun, Hoops Habit):
Celtics: Trading For Kawhi Would Come With Significant Risk (from Daniel Poarch, Celtics Blog):
Which Teams Actually Have Cap Space This Summer?  (from Kristian Winfield, SBNation):
The Top 75 FAs You Need To Know (from Sam Vecenie, The Athletic):
Top FA Wings (from James Herbert, CBS Sports):
B-List FAs To Keep An Eye On (from Marc J. Spears, The Undefeated):
Why Teams Can Get Good Free Agents At Low Prices (from Kevin Pelton, ESPN):
Laker Film Room: How Would LBJ Change The Offense? (from Pete Zayas, The Athletic):
Sixers’ Offseason Preview (from Jeff Siegel, Early Bird Rights):
Second Draft: Mario Hezonja (from Dylan Murphy, Cleaning The Glass):
Believe In JJJ (from Nathan Chester, Grizzly Bear Blues):
The Justise Winslow PG Experiment (from Brandon Johnson, All U Can Heat):
Q & A: Texas Tech’s Max Lefevre On On Zhaire Smith (from Kevin F. Love, Liberty Ballers):
Why You Should Still Believe In Fultz (from Tom West, Liberty Ballers):
Europe’s Next Elite Prospect (from Bryan Meler, slamonline.com):
Q & A: Kenyon Martin (from Bryan Crawford, NBA.com):
– How A Wide-Eyed Rookie Helped Deliver The Sixers First Title (from Andy Jasner, The Athletic):
The Real Stars Of LaVar’s League Are The Players Chasing A Dream (from Ricky O’Donnell, SBNation):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 6/11/18

The Draft: Wanted: Modern NBA Big Men (from Ricky O’Donnell, SBNation):
–  The Draft: Breaking Down The Pick-And-Roll Play Of Doncic, Young & Sexton (from Liam Flynn, Cleaning The Glass):
The Bulls: 20 Years Since The Dissolution Of The Dynasty (from KC Johnson, Chicago Tribune):
An Insider’s Look At Kostas Antetokounmpo (from Spencer Davies, Basketball insiders):
Sixers Need A Leader Who Is A Master Of The NBA Marketplace (from David Murphy, philly.com):
The Celtics Could Be The NBA’s Next Evolution (from Bill Sy, Celtics Blog):
How LBJ To The Rockets Could Happen (from Kevin Pelton, ESPN):
The Warriors: Switching To Defang The Pick And Roll (from Dan Clayton, Clutch Points):
Dubs: Some Very Important Things Were Amplified And Validated In The Title Run (from Tim Kawakami, The Athletic):
How The Push For Parity Enabled GSW To Form A Super Team (from Mark Deeks, Give Me Sport):
The Dubs “Bent But Never Broke” (from Monte Poole, NBC Sports):
Warriors’ Offseason Preview (from Ben Ladner, Sports Illustrated):
Thon Maker: Just Getting Started? (from Kane Pitman, The Pick And Roll):
Free Agency: Marcus Smart Is Sure To Draw Interest  (from Steve Bulpett, Boston Herald);

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/26/18

Can Houston Win Without CP3? (from Kevin Pelton, ESPN):
Film Breakdown: With CP3 Out, Rockets Will Have To Rely More On Their Defense & Eric Gordon (from Alykhan Bijani, The Athletic):
Blueprint For Life Without CP3 (from Ben Golliver, Sports Illustrated):
Who Rockets Play In Place Of CP3 Will Tell How They Want To Play (from Jared Dubin, The Step Back):
Chris Paul: The NBA’s Greatest Combination Of Will Power + Strategy (from Jesse Blanchard, Clutch Points):
GSW Turning Into OKC Warriors & That’s A Problem (from Tom Haberstroh, Bleacher Report):
Warriors’ Sloppiness Catching Up To Them Vs. Physical Rockets (from Jason Patt, The Step Back):
The Warriors Aren’t Passing Like They Used To (from Ian Levy, Nylon Calculus):
Video: The Origins Of Steve Kerr’s “Strength In Numbers” Ideology (form Eric Apricot, Golden State Of Mind):
CLE 109, BOS 99:
How The Cavs Would Be Different Without KLove In Game 7 (from Chris Fedor, cleveland.com):
Brad Stevens Is A Genius – Just Not In The Way You Think (from Paul Flannery, SBNation):
Butler AD Reflects On Monumental Hiring Of Brad Stevens (from Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports):
It Is Difficult To Process How Good Jayson Tatum Already Is (from Michael Pina, VICE Sports):
How The Pacers Can Get Needed Improvement From Their P&R Roll Men (from Grant Afseth, Indiana Sports Coverage):
Season Review: Domantas Sabonis (from Mark Monteith, pacers.com):
Grizzlies Offseason Preview (from Danny Leroux, The Athletic):
Fringe Prospects See Value In Testing NBA Draft Waters (from Gina Mizell, Denver Post):
Does NCAA’s Top 3-Point Shooter Have An NBA Future? (from Rick Bonnell, Charlotte Observer):
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Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/25/18

HOU 98, GSW 94:
From Jared Dubin, Last Night, In Basketball:  https://mailchi.mp/b88746339bf3/last-night-in-basketball-5-24-18
Watching HOU-GSW Game 5 With Eric Musselman  (from Scott Cacciola, NYTimes):
Trevor Ariza Is Easy To Miss.  He Shouldn’t Be  (from Zach Lowe, ESPN):
The Dubs’ Roster Imbalance (from Antony Slater, The Athletic):
Celtics: Varying Defensive Looks Vs. LBJ (from Keith P. Smith, Celtics Blog):
The Logic Behind Ty Lue’s Use Of Korver In Game 5 (from Dave McMenamin, ESPN):
Video: Celtics’ “Scram Switch” (from Zak Boisvert, Pick And Pop):
Brad Stevens’ Success Is No Surprise To Ronald Nored, The 1st Fruit Of His Coaching Tree (from Bryan Fonseca, Nets Daily):
Larry Nance Is Helping The Cavs Exactly When They Need Him To (from Chris Manning, Fear The Sword):
Draft Thoughts: Jalen Brunson & The Right Tools (from Eustacchio Raulli, 94 Feet Report):
JJJ: Best Big In The Draft? (from Ricky O’Donnell, SBNation):
What Makes Doncic Special?  (from Sam Vecenie, The Athletic):
Even In Death, Bret Bearup Remains Larger Than Life (from Seth Davis, The Athletic):
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