Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 8/12/17

Once In The Vanguard Of Diversity, Knicks Build A Future That Echoes The Past (from Harvey Araton, NY Times):
Sixers: Finally A Team Of Consequence (from Rob Mahoney, Sports Illustrated):
James Johnson: Feeling At Home In Miami (from Shandel Richardson, SunSentinel):
Malcolm Brogdon’s Consistency (from Tim Stubbs, NBA Math):
How SVG Intends To Increase Boban’s Playing Time  (from Keith Langlois,
Film Room: How Brook Lopez Fits With The Lakers (from Pete Zayas, Laker Film Room):
Video Breakdown: Enes Kanter (from Gordon Lim, Thunderous Intentions):
Can Nets Overcome Lack Of Length?  (from Charles Maniego, Nets Daily):
How Will Rondo Impact The Pelicans?  (from Wes Goldberg, Fanrag Sports):
Timberwolves: Sleeping Giants Of Transition Offense (from Josh Bungum, Dunking With Wolves):
Every Team’s Best And Worst Offseason Move So Far (from Adam Fromal, Bleacher Report):

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 4/24/16

Video Breakdown: Clippers/Blazers game 3  (from Coach Nick,  BBall Breakdown):
–  Blazers 96, Clippers 88 (from Kevin Arnovitz,  ESPN):
–  OKC 119, DAL 108  (from Rob Mahoney, Sports Illsutrated):
–  The Celtics Aren’t Dead Yet  (from Paul Flannery,  SBNation):
–  Ty Lue Is Holding His Own In Cavs/Pistons Series  (from David Zavac,  Fear The Sword):
–  Pacers’ Psychologist Chris Carr  (from Nate Taylor,
Additional Player Notes, Updates, Profiles:

–  Jonas Jerebko  (from Kevin O’Connor,

–  Steph Curry  (from Henry Algert, The Sports Quotient):

We apologize for our delayed and abbreviated Sunday posting:  this was a travel day for BI.  We will resume normal publication on Monday.

Today’s Best NBA Reporting and Analysis 3/26/16

–  Friday NBA Takeaways  (from Adam Fromal,  Bleacher Report):
–  Offensive Improvement In Charlotte  (from John Schuhmann,
–  Hawks Believe They Are Ready To Soar  (from Michael Lee,  Yahoo Sports):
 Video Breakdown:  Warriors’ Three-Man Plays  (from EricApricot,  Golden State Of Mind):
–  Coach Malone Has Message For Nuggets’ Players  (from Christopher Dempsey,  Denver Post):
–  Top Bloggers:  Jake Pavorsky On The Sixers  (from Chuck Myron, Hoops Rumors):
–  Joey Crawford Q & A  (from Ohm Youngmisuk,  ESPN):
Additional Player Notes, Updates, Profiles:
–  Andrew Wiggins  (from Andrew Rosenfeld,  Vantage Sports):
–  C.J.Miles  (from Mark Monteith,
Jamal Crawford  (from Alex Kennedy, Basketball Insiders):
–  Boban Marjanovich  (from Michael C. Wright, ESPN):
” Manu Ginobili on what rookie Boban Marjanovic can provide the Spurs in the postseason: “With Boban, it depends on matchups. There are some teams that are going to be hard for him to play against. The Warriors, for example, where you have to be up and double team some players, rotate, and sometimes be on smaller players. But there are some other teams when they are a little slower and they play different where he’s going to be huge. Well, he is huge. But he’s going to be very important because he has a great touch, he’s a big target in the paint, he rolls very well, great hands. He’s a great player. The thing is that so far it’s too early in his NBA career. He’s got to adapt to the speed of the opponent. But for sure, he’s talented, skilled, and he wants to belong. He works out really hard. He’s going to give us a lot.”

Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 3/19/16

–  Dubs vs. Spurs Preview  (from Dan Devine,  Yahoo Sports):

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Dubs, Spurs:  Masters Of Passing, Open 3s  (from Luke Knox,  ESPN):

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–  How A Kawhi Leonard Post-up Warps An Entire Defense  (from Eli Horowitz,

–  Video Breakdown:  Steph And Klay Seal Game With 3s  (from EricApricot,
Q & A:  Dirk On Steph  (from Tim McMahon,  ESPN):



–  The Book On Devin Booker  (from Zach Lowe,  ESPN):

–  Stan Van Gundy:  It’s Defend Or Go Home Time For Drummond, Pistons  (from David Mayo,

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–  Brett Brown And Billy Donovan Face Different Challenges  (from Bob Cooney,

–  Recapping Friday’s Games  (from SBNation):
Lillard’s Response To Flagrant Foul:  “I’m From Oakland”  (from Casey Holdahl,

–  Who Belongs In The Suns’ Backcourt Of The Future? (from Gerald Bourguet,

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What The Suns Face With Their Second Rebuild  (from Brett Koremenos,  RealGM):

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Additional Player Notes, Updates, Profiles:

–  Ricky Rubio  (from Jesse Blancarte,  Basketball Insiders):

–  Solomon Hill  (from Mark Monteith,
Josh Richardson  (from Ira Winderman,  Sun-Sentinel):
 Gorgui Dieng  (from Brett Robson,
–  Kristaps Porzingis  (from Chris Herring,  Wall Street Journal):
–  Bismack Biyombo/Jonas Valanciunas  (from Ryan Wolstat,  Toronto Sun):

–  Kevin Durant  (interviewed by Stephanie Ruhle, Bloomberg News):

–  Sean Kilpatrick  (from Cory Wright,


Today’s Best NBA Reporting And Analysis 3/13/16



–   Even As They Evolve, Steady Spurs Just Keep  Winning  (from Fran Blinebury,
–  Recapping Saturday’s Games  (from SBNation):
 Saturday Roundup  (from Josh Martin,  Bleacher Report):
–  Warriors Assistant Jarron Collins Interview  (from Matt Steinmetz):
–  Video Breakdown:  Thunder At Spurs  (from Coach Nick, BBall Breakdown):
–  The Thunder Need Strong Play From Ibaka  (from James Holas,  BBall Breakdown):
–  The State Of The Bulls  (from Sam Smith,
–  Video Breakdown:  How Marreese Speights Got His Buckets  (from EricApricot, Golden State Of Mind):
–  Individual Statistics: Interesting Outliers  (from Mika Honkasalo, Vantage Sports):
Additional Player Notes, Updates, Profiles:

–  CJ McCollum  (from The Players Tribune):

–  Rondae Hollis-Jefferson  (from Brian Lewis,  NY Post):