Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 9/19/18

Q & A: Phil Jackson & Steve Kerr On The Dubs (from Kit Rachlis, California Sunday Magazine):
Q & A: Giannis Antetokounmpo  (from Jarrel Harris, Sports Illustrated):
Darren Erman On Pelicans’ Defense: Base System With Game-Planning Per Opponent  (from Scott Kushner, The Advocate):
Fultz Remains The Sixers Defining Question (from David Murphy,philly.com):
Sixers: Takeaways From Brett Brown’s Media Lunch (from Rich Hoffman, The Athletic):
– Sixers Finally Hire A GM: Elton Brand (from Derek Bodner, The Athletic):
Dwane Casey’s Coaching Philosophy & Techniques, Part Three (from Mike Snyder, Detroit Bad Boys):
Dwane Casey Q & A Part One (from Keith Langlois, pistons.com):
–  Q & A: Rajon Rondo (from Mike Trudell, lakers.com):
Nets: Musa & Kurucs Were Precocious Pros In Europe (from Tom Dowd, nets.com):
Nets: Marks & Atkinson On Internal Improvement (from Net Income/Bryan Fonseca, Nets Daily):
Players Poised To Have A Breakout Season (from Shlomo Sprung, Forbes):
The Basketball World Will Miss Boris Diaw (from Jeremy Woo, Sports Illustrated):
Why The Clippers Landed Lee Jenkins (from Andrew Greif, LA Times):
Fizdale On Ntikilina: “Why Put Him In A Box”, Positionally?  (from Marc Berman, NY Post):

 

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 9/17/18

Jokic Pushes The Boundaries Of Big Man Offense (from Shehan Peiris Blog Don’t Lie):
Q & A: Terry Rozier (from Clay Skipper, GQ):
How The Suns Have Turned Over The Roster Around Booker (from Evan Sidery, Bright Side Of The Sun):
Nets: Dzanan Musa’s Basketball Journey (from Tom Dowd, Nets.com):
Nets: What Impact Will New Two-Way Signee Alan Williams Make?  (from Dakota Schmidt, Ridiculous Upside):
Raptors: Will The Bench Remain Dominant?  (from Louis Zatzman, Raptors Republic):
Should The Heat Start Adebayo?  (from Jackson Frank, The Step Back):
Unlikely Rookies Who May Surprise (from Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report):
Celtics: What To Expect From Theis  (from A. Sherrod Blakely, NBC Sports):
Jazz: Is This The Year Exum Arrives?  (from Mychal Lowman, SLC Dunk):
How The Pacers Could Manage Their Crowded Backcourt (from Caitlin Cooper, Indy Cornrows):
Pistons: Galloway Ready To Get Going In Casey’s 3-Point Attack (from Keith Langlois, pistons.com):
Meet The Locals Chasing Dreams At G-League Tryout (from Chase Hughes, NBC Sports):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 9/16/18

Nuggets Film Study: Delay STS (Screen The Screener) Play (from Adam Mares, Denver Stiffs):
Video Breakdown: Best Sets (from Zak Boisvert, Pick And Pop):
Q & A: Kevin Pritchard (from Mark Monteith, pacers.com):
Q & A: Kyle Kuzma (from Mike Trudell, lakers.com):
Evaluating The Heat’s Upside Through The Eyes Of A Scout (from Ira Winderman, SunSentinel):
Steve Mills: Patience The Key In Knicks’ Transition (from Steve Popper, Newsday):
Don’t Lose Sight Of How Good Robert Covington Is (from Tom West, Liberty Ballers):
Next Steps In Lonzo Ball’s Development (from Joey Ramirez, Lakers.com):
Dzanan Musa Shows Off PG Skills (from Nick LeTourneau, Nets Daily):
For Leon Wood, Officiating Is A Labor Of Love, Most Nights  (from Gordie Jones, Forbes):
Wolves’ Butler & Thibs To Meet  (from Jace Frederick, Pioneer Press):
Damian Lillard Interview (from Charlotte Bates, CGTN):
G-League:  Hoop Dreamers Follow The Path To The Go-Go Open Tryouts (from Candace Buckner, Washington Post):
20 Years Ago She Sued The NBA, Charging Sex Discrimination Blocked Her From Becoming An Official  (from Stefan Bondy, NY Daily News):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 9/14/18

5 ROY Favorites (from Trevor Magnotti, The Step Back):
Dissecting Doncic’s D (from Max Levefvre, Cleaning The Glass):
5 EC Players Poised For Breakout Seasons (from Shlomo Sprung, Forbes):
Ben Simmons Doesn’t Need The Three-Pointer (from Trevor Magnotti):
Grading The Pistons’ Roster (from NBA Math):
Grading The Warriors’ Roster (from NBA Math):
Hayward: “Basically 100 Percent” (from Chris Forsberg, ESPN):
The Best Passing Centers In NBA History  (from NBA.com):
Thibodeau On Acquiring Deng (from Steve Aschburner, NBA.com):
Q & A: Kevin Pritchard (from Scott Agness, The  Athletic):
Q & A: NBA Head Of Referee Ops Michelle Johnson (from Michael Scotto, The Athletic):
The Difficulty In Understanding The Importance Of Rebounding (from CharlieOCharles, Pounding The Rock):
This Proposed Rule Change Will Lead To “The Fast Break Reborn” (from Xiane, The Dream Shake):
Orlando Magic Film Room: Bigs Already Terrific Defensively (from Josh Cohen, magic.com):
What Is It Like To Try Out For A G-League Team? (from Jovan Buha, The Athletic):
Today’s BI Is Dedicated To The Memory Of Coach Don Newman:
QOTD (from Ti Windisch on player ranking lists):  “…those kinds of lists are always going to be limited in how useful they can be. Any list of simply the “best” player is devoid of context. It takes place in a weird vacuum universe where it’s impossible to weigh the surrounding pieces.”