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Coach's Corner: Steve Nash And The Amar'e Cut

by Brett Koremenos

Mar 26, 2015 4:34 PM

While any word association game between Nash and Amar'e likely invokes the response "pick-and-roll", one of the most clever creations from those D'Antoni Suns teams was how those two interacted outside that staple action. Read more »

Tags: Steve Nash, Amar'e Stoudemire, Phoenix Suns, NBA

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A Night In The Eastern Conference Playoff Race

by Andrew Perna

Mar 26, 2015 2:31 PM

Say what you want about the quality of basketball played in the Eastern Conference, but the final month of the season has, and will continue to be, an entertaining follow as the race for the final playoff spots intensifies. Read more »

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Isaiah Thomas Returns For Celtics, Admits He Isn't 100 Percent

by Andrew Perna

Mar 26, 2015 12:24 PM

The concern for a player like Isaiah Thomas, who attacks the basket regularly and absorbs a lot of contact to his 5-foot-9 frame, is that he'll aggravate the injury. Read more »

Tags: Isaiah Thomas, Boston Celtics, NBA

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Non-National NBA Games Of The Week (Mar. 23-Mar. 29)

by Daniel Leroux

Another week with the NCAA Tournament means we have an almost comically strong non-national lineup this week, featuring three huge Memphis games on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Read more »
Scouting Report: Sean Kilpatrick

by Cameron Schott

Sean Kilpatrick is a productive guard that has been effective at every level. He may not have ideal size, but Kilpatrick is an efficient shooter that can score from mid-range or behind the arc. Read more »
Scouting Report: Ricky Ledo

by Cameron Schott

Ricky Ledo is a talented shooting guard with the size and athleticism to play in the NBA. He can create his own offense or dish some pretty assists, but needs to improve on impacting the game without the ball in his hands. Read more »
Coach's Corner: The Simplicity, Complexity Of Brad Stevens

by Brett Koremenos

Not only does Brad Stevens have the Celtics overachieving this year, he's shown a knack for clever schemes and majestic out-of-bounds plays that have served as conduits for big baskets in key comments. Read more »
Non-National NBA Games Of The Week (Mar. 16-Mar. 22)

by Daniel Leroux

While the NCAA Tournament certainly takes some of the spotlight away from the NBA during the stretch run, it makes the non-national schedule much stronger. Friday and Sunday in particular are incredibly exciting days of NBA action with important and intriguing games. Read more »
Scouting Report: Toure' Murry

by Cameron Schott

With immediate help needed in Washington, Tour'e Murry’s versatility will help the bench compensate for some losses. Murry isn’t a shooter, but is a creative passer that excels as a defender. Read more »
The Emergence Of Jordan Clarkson

by Sam Yip

Jordan Clarkson is speedy and versatile with his size and has become a great pick out of the second round by the Lakers. Read more »
Scouting Report: Seth Curry

by Cameron Schott

Seth Curry is a lethal shooter who has shown improvement when running the pick-and-roll. His size and athleticism may not be ideal, but Curry's shooting ability, basketball IQ, and instincts help compensate. Read more »
Scouting Report: Jabari Brown

by Cameron Schott

As the top scorer in the D-League, Jabari Brown will provide some much needed offense for the Lakers. While he’s a knock-down shooter, there’s a chance Brown could be more than just a shooting specialist in the NBA. Read more »
Non-National NBA Games Of The Week (Mar. 9-Mar. 15)

by Daniel Leroux

Considering we are a little more than a month away from the playoffs, it would follow that the non-national games would be stronger with increased stakes. Those matchups will come but sadly will not be here this week, but we'll instead get some great games out of nowhere. Read more »
Two Years Ago, MS Hit The NBA

by Andrew Perna

It's been two years since multiple sclerosis was at the forefront of NBA consciousness when the Mavericks called Chris Wright up from the Iowa Energy and signed him to a 10-day contract. Read more »
Tim Frazier Fighting For Another Call-Up

by Cameron Schott

If an NBA organization is looking for an all-around contributor with an unselfish style and demeanor, Tim Frazier is that guy. Read more »
Coach's Corner: Betting On Long-Term Trends

by Brett Koremenos

The problem for NBA coaches is they let short-term outcomes skew what is a smart, long-term approach. This is especially true since the threat of a dominant scorer on the low block is actually more valuable than his individual production out of the action. Read more »
How Picking The Wrong Coach Hurts Draft Stock

by Jonathan Tjarks

A savvy NBA team at the end of the lottery may be able to squeeze a lot of value out of their pick because of the incompetence of Myles Turner's college coach. Read more »
Scouting Report: Jarell Eddie

by Cameron Schott

The NBA has seen an emergence of "3-and-D" prospects and Jarell Eddie will hope to be another player to thrive in this role. He will spread the floor offensively and provide solid minutes as a defender. Read more »
Scouting Report: Jerrelle Benimon

by Cameron Schott

As a face-up four, Jerrelle Benimon has some intriguing aspects to his game that earned him the Call-Up. He excels as a passing big man and is at his best when operating out of the high post. Read more »
Frank Vogel's Greatest Hits

by Andrew Perna

Frank Vogel, who took over when Jim O'Brien was fired during the 2010-11 season, now has more NBA victories than any coach in franchise history. Read more »