Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 12/6/17 PART TWO

Tatum’s Lomg-Range Shooting: Just The Beginning  (from Mark Murphy, Boston Herald):
3 Unexpected Teams With Potential To “Make Some Noise” (from Dan Karpuc, GIve Me Sport):
Celtics’ Defense Starts With Baynes (from Olgun Uluc, Fox Sports):
Marcus Smart: A Terrible Shooter Who Is Nonetheless Essential To Celtics’ Offense (from Mike Prada, SBNation):
Jay Triano: Running With Second Chance As Head Coach (from Michael Grange, sportsnet.ca):
Manu & Pau: The Spurs’ 77-Year Old Pick & Roll Machine (from Bruno Passos, Pounding The Rock):
Positionless Warriors Set The Bar For Interchangeable Defenders (from Rick Bonnell, Charlotte Observer):
Saric’s Rich Hoops History Fuels Him (from Ben Nadeau, Basketball Insiders):
Magic Look To Take More Charges (from Josh Robbins, Orlando Sentinel):
Q & A: Jodie Meeks (from Alex Kennedy, Hoops Hype);
Danny Green: Self-Made Shot-Blocker (from Jeff McDonald, Express-News):
A Brief History Of The Warriors’ Growing Feud With Officials This Season  (from Chris Barnewall, CBS Sports):
Superteams’ Super Role Players (from Yaron Weitzman, slamonline.com):
Hornets: A Closer Look At Dwight Howard’s Poor Post-Ups  (from Jerry Stephens, Swarm And Sting):
Jrue Holiday: Beginning To Pay Dividends At SG (from Oleh Kosel, The Bird Writes):
Pacers: Leaf Rejoins Rotation With Focus On Improvement (from Mark Monteith, pacers.com):

 

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

4 Ways The Celtics Can Use Hayward (from John Karalis, Boston.com):
Hawks’ Offensive Playbook: Pick And Roll Action, Part Two (from Glen Willis, Peachtree Hoops):
Rudy Gobert Q & A (from Alex Kennedy, Hoops Hype):
Malcolm Delaney: A Rookie, A Brother & A Hail Of Gunfire (from Yaron Weitzman, ESPN):
The Case For Bagley As 2018 Draft’s “Crown Jewel” (from Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated):
“Baby Euro” Step By Scoring Move (from Zak Boisvert, pickandpop.net):
Why Embiid Is Great (from Daniel Stets, The Sixer Sense):
Every Team’s Best And Worst Current Contract (from Dan Favale, Bleacher Report):
US Men’s Basketball Enters A New World – Without Its Stars (from Associated Press):
What Is A “Glue Guy”? (from Josh Bungum, Dunking With Wolves):
Examining Each Team’s Schedule (from Matt Moore, CBS Sports):
Protecting Marquee Games With Schedule Tweaks (from Tom Haberstroh, ESPN):
RJ Barrett: Next Canadian Star (from Alex Wong, slamonline.com):
Podcast: Royce White (from Alex Kennedy, Hoops Hype):
Hezonja: Working To Regain Health (from Philip Rossman-Reich, Orlando Magic Daily):
NOTE: Today’s edition of Basketball Intelligence is dedicated to the memory of Tommy Hawkins:

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 6/6/17

How Have The Warriors Slowed Kyrie Irving? (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
Game Two Film Study:  Cavs’ Mistakes Leave Dubs Open Beyond The Arc (from John Schuhmann, NBA.com):
Takeaways From Games One And Two (from Ben Falk, Cleaning The Glass):
The Brilliance Of GSW Assistant Ron Adams (from Rob Mahoney, Sports Illustrated):
How KD Dominated Game Two (from Coach Nick, BBall Breakdown):
Kevin Love Has Been Great…And It Hasn’t Mattered (from Tom West, Fanrag Sports);
Talent Is Only Part Of It For The Warriors (from J.M. Poulard, BBall Breakdown):
Stats That Help Explain The Finals So Far (from Zach Kram, The Ringer):
Cavs’ Daring The Dubs’ Role Players (from Jack Winter, Fanrag Sports):
Steph & KD: Literally Wearing Out The Nets (from Baxter Holmes, ESPN):
The Quiet Journey Of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (from David Ramil, The Step Back):
The Vertical Podcast: Kings VP Of Basketball Ops Scott Perry (from Adrian Wojnarowski, Yahoo Sorts):
The Future Of The NBA Could Be The G-League (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
Lottery Teams With Biggest Turnaround Potential For 2017-18 (from Adam Fromal, Bleacher Report):
Horford Embraces High Expectations (from Mark Murphy, Boston Herald):