Brett Koremenos - Basketball Analysis

Finding The Perfect Role Guys For The Playoffs

by Brett Koremenos

Apr 13, 2018 1:01 PM

On how the integration of Luc Mbah a Moute, Quinn Cook, Greg Monroe, Jeff Green and Jonas Jerebko will be key for their team's playoff chances. Read more »

Tags: Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Utah Jazz, NBA

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The Score-Pass Balance Of Trey Burke's Renaissance

by Brett Koremenos

Apr 9, 2018 2:04 PM

Trey Burke has shown that it doesn't take drastic measures to turn a career around and positively impact a team. Read more »

Tags: Trey Burke, New York Knicks, Utah Jazz, Washington Wizards, NBA

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Washington's John Wall Question

by Brett Koremenos

Apr 6, 2018 12:45 PM

Because the sample size isn't big enough to concretely say "John Wall doesn't make the Wizards better," it means the playoffs are going to matter more for Washington than we think. Read more »

Tags: John Wall, Tomas Satoransky, Bradley Beal, Washington Wizards, NBA

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Harden, Dinwiddie And Their Counters To The NBA's Switch Defense Evolution

by Brett Koremenos

It's totally wild that a player like Spencer Dinwiddie, who has nowhere near the same tools and skill set as James Harden, produce similar results in the same action. Read more »
Under The Radar Tournament Prospects, Friday

by Brett Koremenos

On Dean Wade, Theo Pinson, Marcus Foster and Kenrich Williams. Read more »
Under The Radar Tournament Prospects, Thursday

by Brett Koremenos

On Rui Hachimura, Angel Delgado, Peyton Aldridge and Jaylen Adams. Read more »
Mike D'Antoni's Continuing Revolution Using Blunt-Force Offense

by Brett Koremenos

Mike D'Antoni's system is fighting back against the league-wide trend of ball and man movement in simply getting his best players the ball the most times and always with the space to do something with it. Read more »
If The NBA Actually Figures Out An Alternative To The NCAA

by Brett Koremenos

It's crucial to remember that when it comes to a developmental system in basketball, a perfect solution doesn't exist. But a better one certainly does. Read more »
Post All-Star Break Watch List: Western Conference

by Brett Koremenos

On Ryan Anderson, Ricky Rubio, Rudy Gay and Paul Millsap and what their play will indicate about their teams down the stretch. Read more »
Post All-Star Break Watch List: Eastern Conference

by Brett Koremenos

On why Blake Griffin, Tomas Satoransky, Bam Adebayo and Joe Prunty will be important to watch. Read more »
NBA's Cap Crunch Exposes Flaws In GM Thinking

by Brett Koremenos

The 2016 and 2017 offseasons have exposed how NBA teams too frequently overvalue middling production. Read more »
The Mystifying Avery Bradley

by Brett Koremenos

There are certainly roles Avery Bradley fits into in which he's extremely helpful, but those aren't quite the plug and play type ones his reputation suggests. Read more »
Saving The Wizards With Lineup Scripting

by Brett Koremenos

The Wizards' bench can't be played together and their best lineup isn't utilized nearly enough. Read more »
Milos Teodosic's Surprising Impact On The Clippers' Defense

by Brett Koremenos

We expected Milos Teodosic to supercharge the Clippers' offense, but the twist is that their defense is seeing the most benefit from his presence. Read more »
The Cautionary Tale Of The Magic

by Brett Koremenos

The Magic still don't find themselves on the right trajectory six years into their rebuild. But in this setback lies the opportunity for the team to come away with a better understanding of what they are. Read more »
Eight NBA Predictions For 2018

by Brett Koremenos

With 2017 just over a week away from being in the books, we'll throw out some predictions for the upcoming year in the NBA. Read more »
Charlotte's Forthcoming Kemba Walker Decision

by Brett Koremenos

Three major roster building flaws that combined to put the Hornets in this situation where they're nearing a decision on whether to rebuild. Read more »
How Tom Thibodeau's Minutes Load Could Work

by Brett Koremenos

Tom Thibodeau's extreme rotation management would not be as damaging as it seems, even in this era of DNP-rest, with the right setup. Read more »
Lessons In Opportunity, Context: Why Some Players Make It, Others Bust

by Brett Koremenos

Any examination of a player's career is lacking if it doesn't take into account a factor that has a huge influence on how we view a player's ultimate success or failure: context. Read more »
The Vision: A Thoughtful Rotation (On The Bledsoe Trade, Part 3)

by Brett Koremenos

We've identified three key ideas that Jason Kidd should consider in order to get the most out of Eric Bledsoe. Read more »
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