Brett Koremenos - Basketball Analysis

Post All-Star Break Watch List: Western Conference

by Brett Koremenos

Feb 22, 2018 10:45 PM

On Ryan Anderson, Ricky Rubio, Rudy Gay and Paul Millsap and what their play will indicate about their teams down the stretch. Read more »

Tags: Denver Nuggets, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz, NBA

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Post All-Star Break Watch List: Eastern Conference

by Brett Koremenos

Feb 22, 2018 10:30 PM

On why Blake Griffin, Tomas Satoransky, Bam Adebayo and Joe Prunty will be important to watch. Read more »

Tags: Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Washington Wizards, NBA

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NBA's Cap Crunch Exposes Flaws In GM Thinking

by Brett Koremenos

Feb 6, 2018 6:24 PM

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

Tags: Portland Trail Blazers, NBA

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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 »
Bucks' Defense: Seeing The Forest For The Trees (On The Bledsoe Trade, Part 2)

by Brett Koremenos

When zooming back to the big picture, the Bucks' fastest route to the top of the East is by making a marked improvement to a defense that's been problematic for much longer than just the early part of this season. Read more »
The Enigma: A Deep Dive (On The Bledsoe Trade, Part 1)

by Brett Koremenos

After looking a bit more under the hood on what Eric Bledsoe's game brings, it makes it easier to really assess what this means for the Bucks going forward. Read more »
Observations & Overreactions: Rockets Vs. Warriors

by Brett Koremenos

On Houston's excellent bench, Nick Young's early 6th Man award candidacy, Golden State's young rotation players, and how these two teams will evolve basketball. Read more »
Observations & Overreactions: Celtics Vs. Cavaliers

by Brett Koremenos

Here are five of our best (worst?) observations and overreactions from the Cavaliers' narrow win on opening night over the Celtics. Read more »
Season Questions: Can Anyone Actually Beat The Warriors?

by Brett Koremenos

While the Warriors appear inevitable, the Spurs, Rockets and Cavaliers are the three teams who may have a chance of beating them in a playoff series. Read more »
Season Questions: Are The Raptors Still The East's 3rd Best Team?

by Brett Koremenos

Though it's not as sexy as what other clubs have done this summer, Toronto's commitment to continuity has them in an enviable spot out East. Read more »
Season Questions: Which Players Coming Off Injuries Have The Most Intrigue?

by Brett Koremenos

On the questions facing Ben Simmons, Reggie Jackson, Chandler Parsons and Rudy Gay. Read more »
Season Questions: Can The Clippers And Jazz Survive The Loss Of Their Star Players?

by Brett Koremenos

It's hard to see either the Clippers or Jazz dropping out of playoff contention entirely. Considering the losses of Chris Paul and Gordon Hayward, that in itself is something of a moral victory. Read more »