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Some site news: I’m working on something really exciting for this coming season, but I want to make sure what I’m working on is as good as possible, so I’m going to temporarily stop writing articles to concentrate on that work.
Why don’t the Thunder sign big money free agents? Because the market isn’t what it seems. How max and rookie contracts distort the free agency market and alter the NBA landscape.
If you’re not thinking about risk when you’re thinking about the draft, you’re missing something key. On Giannis, youth, and uncertainty vs. risk. The third and final part in this three part series about the draft.
Scouting beats stats, but scouting plus stats beats anything else. What’s the right way to make front office decisions? There’s actually a science to it. The second in a three part series about the draft.
On Bill Simmons’ podcast, Malcolm Gladwell said that he doesn’t believe there’s “any great predictability” to the draft. Why he’s right – and why he’s wrong. The first in a three part series about the draft.
The Cavs broke about every transition defense rule in the book in the Finals…and that might be reason for optimism. On transition defense in general, the Cavs’ in particular, and what it tells us about what they do now.
Three keys for Game 3, plus some subtle things you may have missed.
Draft workouts can be a powerful evaluation tool – but they also are uniquely dangerous.
No coaches were fired this season. That shouldn’t be so notable, and yet it is. Why?
Switching defenses are becoming more popular in the NBA, and have been effective. Perhaps no team plays against them more than the Warriors, but Golden State has been able to attack switches in creative ways. What we can learn from how they’ve done it against San Antonio, the best defense in the league, and what it might mean for a potential Finals rematch.
Houston has led the charge towards a new style of basketball, a style based on playing small and avoiding midrange shots – and the league has mostly followed suit. But one team is going the opposite direction of the rest of the NBA. Who, how, and why?
How do the ESPN layoffs connect to the NBA’s changing financial landscape, and what might they mean for the future of the league? Plus some thoughts on cap management, and what’s really made the difference between where the Warriors and Clippers find themselves now.
How do you watch the playoffs as a non-playoff team? A front office perspective. Plus some thoughts on playoff choking: I don’t know if some players choke in the playoffs, but I don’t think you do either.
A break down of the Clippers vs. Jazz series through the first two games, with in-depth video examples and some general thoughts on playoff adjustments.
A look at what distinguishes the playoffs from the regular season, using examples from the epic 2014 Portland-Houston series.
How the Bucks’ defense reveals an underlying strategic tension in the game itself.
A short introduction to the upcoming period of playoff coverage on this site.