Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/22/17

BOS 111, CLE 108 (from 16 Wins):
Video Breakdown: Bradley’s Winning Shot Came On Another Great Stevens’ ATO Play (from Kristian Winfield, SBNation):
Marcus Smart’s Game 3 Shooting (from John Schuhmann, NBA.com):
NBA Culture: The Warriors And The Spurs (from Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN):
Steph Curry Is On Best Offensive AND Defensive Run Of His Playoff Career (from Tim Kawakami, Mercury News):
GSW-SAS: Game Three Takeaway (from Tom Piccolo, Pounding The Rock):
Klay Thompson Has Shut Down Patty Mills (from Courtney Cronin, Mercury news):
With Kawhi, Spurs Again Choose Short-Term Suffering In Hopes Of Long-Term Gain (from Tim Bontemps, Washington Post):
Appreciating Gregg Popovich (from Jason Concepcion, The Ringer):
Player-Turned-Executive Brandon Williams (from David Aldridge, NBA.com):
Statsketball: An Advanced Stats Primer (from Hal Brown, Mavs Moneyball):
Wizards: The Fatigue Factor (from Chase Hughes, csnmidatlantic):
Trading Okafor Is Ideal, But Suitors Are Scarce  (from Christopher Kline, The Sixer Sense):
Udoh And Vesely Have Been Unlocked At Fenerbahce’s Euroleague Champion (from Trevor Magnotti, Fansided):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/21/17

LeBron Is Better Than Ever (from Paul Flannery, SBNation):
Game Three: Celtics Young Core Must Be Aggressive (from wjsy, Celtics Blog):
Difficult Ending Doesn’t Detract From Isaiah Thomas’ Season (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
GSW 120, SAS 108 (from Monte Poole, csnbayarea):
Video Breakdown: Durant’s Off-Ball Cuts/Defending Aldridge (from Eric Apricot, Golden State Of Mind):
Klay Thompson’s Struggles (from Phil Barber, Press Democrat):
Will GSW Go Bigger In The Finals? (from Rohan Nadkarni, Sports Illustrated):
Reality Bites For The Injury-Riddled Spurs (from Fran Blinebury, NBA.com):
The Thunder’s Long Road Back To Contention:(from R.K. Anthony, Welcome To Loud City):
Spanoulis, Udoh Lead Their Teams To Euroleague Title Game (from Andrew Bernucca, The Step Back):
Championship Preview (from Andrew Bernucca, The Step Back): http://fansided.com/2017/05/21/euroleague-final-four-championship-preview/
Adam Simon, Heat Asst.GM/International Scout (from Ira Winderman, Sun Sentinel):
Scouting Rodions Kurucs (from Brian Lewis, NY Post):
Wizards’ Bench Woes Prove They Need Their Own G-League Team (from Dakota Schmidt, Ridiculous Upside):
Frank Mason III (from Scott Gleeson, USA Today):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/17/17

 

Bob Ferry: 79-Year Old Scout Has Embraced Analytics But Hasn’t Abandoned The Eye Test (from Roman Stubbs, Washington Post):
Will The Cavs Give IT The Curry Treatment?  (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back);
ECF Preview (from 16 Wins):
The Celtics Break Through (from JM Poulard, BBll Breakdown):
Jaylen Brown Can’t Stop LBJ But The Celtics Need Him To Try (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
Al Horford Is Having A Historic Postseason (from Jason Patt, Fanrag Sports):
How Kyrie Irving Learned To Love Being Himself (from Flinder Boyd, Bleacher Report):
GSW 136, SAS 100 (from 16 Wins):
Takeaways From WCF Game Two (from Simon Cherin-Gordon, Hoops Habit):
Steph Is Back (from Michael Lee, Yahoo Sports):
Finding A Draymond Green Replica Is Complicated (from Mark Titus, The Ringer):
Lottery Winners And Losers (from Ben Golliver, Sports Illustrated):
The Celtics Make Their Own Luck (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
Big Questions Await Wizards (from Tom West, Fanrag Sports):
Latest Attempt To Promote Competition: $200 Million Contracts (from Jeremy Venook, The Atlantic):
CSKA President Andrey Vatutin Q & A (from David Pick, Eurobasket.com):

 

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/16/17

Video Breakdown: Simpler Offense Helped GSW Win Game One (from Scott Rafferty, The Step Back):
How GSW Took Advantage Of Kawhi’s Absence (from Jeff Siegel, The Step Back):
Spurs Need Aldridge To Be More Decisive (from Chris Barnewall, CBS Sports):
Durant Reiterated His Value In Game One Comeback (from Tom West, Fanrag Sports):
Injuries Give Spurs’ Reserves A Chance To Shine (from James Blancarte, Basketball Insiders):
Kerr’s Absence: The True Test Of A Leader (from Chris Ballard, Sports Illustrated):
Life Against The Warriors: Flawless Defense, But Then It’s One Mistake And It’s A Layup (from Ben Falk):
The Warriors Routinely Erase Big Deficits (from Chris Herring, FiveThirtyEight):
BOS 115, WAS 105 (from Jack Winter, Fanrag Sports):
Marcus Smart’s Great, Invisible Game (from Kevin O’Connor, The Ringer):
Al Horford’s  Series Vs The Wizards In One Ridiculous Shot Chart (from Gary Dzen, boston.com):
Olynyk: The Improbable Hero (from Gary Washburn, Boston Globe):
Appreciating The Celtics’ Moment (from Paul Flannery, SBNation):
Three Reasons Why Cavs Shouldn’t Overlook Celtics (from Dieter Kurtenbach, Fox Sports):
Jonathan Jeanne’s Combine Doesn’t Tell The Whole Story (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
BOS-CLE: What Numbers Could Be Difference Makers?  (from Mark Simon/John McTigue. ESPN):
Is Everyone Waiting On David Griffin? (from Steve Kyler, Basketball Insiders):
Canada Is Now One Of The Sources Of Elite Recruits (from Michael Fletcher, The Undefeated):
KAT Q & A (from Reid Forgrave, CBS Sports):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 5/15/17

GSW 113, SAS 111 (from 16 Wins):
Five Questions For The WCF Moving Forward (from Jonathan Tjarks, The Ringer):
What The Spurs’ Defense Must Do In Game Two (from Tom Piccolo, Pounding The Rock):
Pachulia’s Play Was Reckless, Whether He Meant It Or Not  (from Zito Madu, SBNation):
Video Breakdown: Spurs Sell Out On Durant, Dubs Run Decoy (from Dane Carbaugh, NBC Sports):
Hero Ball Is The Celtics’ Biggest Enemy (from Joshua Bateman, Hardwood Houdini):
How John Wall Developed The Jump Shot That Enabled A Game Seven (from Ava Wallace, Washington Post):
BOS-WAS: 7 Keys To Game 7 (from Brian Robb, Boston.com):
What Numbers Will Be Most Important To Wizards In Game Seven? (from Mark Simon, ESPN):
The Spike In Fouls On Three-Pointers: Clever Manipulation Of The Rules Or A Stain On The Game? (from Tim Bontemps, Washington Post):
Andre Roberson’s Year (from Adam Joseph, 16 Wins):
Older Prospects Draw Hope From Brogdon’s Success (from Matt Velazquez, jsonline):