Basketball Intelligence For 4/13/24
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by Basketball Intelligence
17h ago
TEAM-SPECIFIC ATL: Hawks lose to Timberwolves, drop fifth consecutive game Lauren Williams, AJC BKN: Sean Marks returning as GM for next season with pivotal coaching hire looming Brian Lewis, NY Post BI Note, This is a difficult statement to fully unpack, lacking internal consistency, even beyond the this/that muddled discrepancy: “ Joe and I will make this decision, and he has given me no reason to believe that I won’t be able to make that decision.” BOS: Pritchard breaks out for career night Brian Robb, Mass Live BOS: There is no substitute for winning, as Celtics prove by routing Hornets wi ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence For 4/12/24
Basketball Intelligence Newsletter
by Basketball Intelligence
2d ago
TEAM-SPECIFIC BKN: Noah Clowney impressive in second NBA start Bridget Reilly, NY Post BOS: There’s no need to overreact, but loss to Knicks highlighted some of the Celtics’ weaknesses Gary Washburn, Boston Globe BOS: Behind the succession plan for legendary broadcaster Mike Gorman’s retirement Christopher Scarglato, NY Post BOS: The Celtics’ last two losses were a result of desperation. Just not theirs Jack Simone, Celtics Blog (The Celtics) ran into two squads fighting for their playoff spots while simultaneously not needing to care about the games’ results. The outcome was a brutal viewing ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence for 4/11/24
Basketball Intelligence Newsletter
by Mike Shearer
3d ago
LEAGUEWIDE STORIES Picking Every Award on the NBA’s 2023-24 BallotMichael Pina, The Ringer David Thorpe’s contendersDavid Thorpe, Kram Session: Eight Numbers to Know Ahead of the 2024 NBA PlayoffsZach Kram, The Ringer The Warriors aren’t the NBA’s smallest team by weight, however; that would be the Thunder, with stringbean Chet Holmgren at center. Oklahoma City’s average team weight, based on B-Ref figures, is just 199.6 pounds, followed by the Warriors at 206.9 pounds as the only other team below 210. Interestingly, the Thunder have a top-10 defense, but none of the next eight lightest teams ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence For 4/9/24
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by Basketball Intelligence
5d ago
LEAGUEWIDE Power Rankings, Week 25: 1 thing to watch for every team as season nears end John Schuhmann, NBA.com Power Rankings: Joel Embiid's return fuels huge 76ers jump, Bucks searching for answers in final week Colin Ward-Henninger, CBS Sports Joel Embiid, 76ers have tricky road out of Play-In + thoughts on Mavericks, Rockets and more John Hollinger, The Athletic The 2024 All-Dubin Teams: My favorite non-star players to watch this season Jared Dubin, Last Night In Basketball Zach Edey, Donovan Clingan beg question: Does NBA have room for behemoth centers? John Hollinger, The Athletic NBA Aw ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence For 4/8/24
Basketball Intelligence Newsletter
by Corban Ford
6d ago
TEAM-SPECIFIC BKN: 3 key takeaways from Nets' blowout loss to Kings Erik Slater, ClutchPoints BKN: Noah Clowney struggles in loss as rare teenager to start for Nets Brian Lewis, NY Post BKN: Shorthanded Nets routed by Kings as horrid shooting night leads to latest blowout Brian Lewis, NY Post BOS: Celtics bench shines in 4th quarter, pulls away from Trail Blazers Tom Westerholm, Boston.com BOS: Celtics backups repay Joe Mazzulla’s faith and close out the Trail Blazers Adam Himmelsbach, Boston Globe CHI: Bulls fall to Magic, and coach Billy Donovan gets real with season goals Joe Cowley, Chicag ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence For 4/7/24
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by Basketball Intelligence
1w ago
TEAM-SPECIFIC ATL: Hawks unable to withstand Nuggets’ hot shooting Lauren Williams, Atlanta Journal-Constitution ATL: Hawks fall to Nuggets in Denver drubbing Graham Chapple, Peachtree Hoops BKN: Nets use furious late rally to defeat NBA-worst Pistons Brian Lewis, NY Post BKN: Nets Should Lean Even More Into Youth During Season’s Final Week Steve Lichtenstein, Steve’s Newsletter CLE: Cavs continue late-season funk, lose to Los Angeles Lakers, 116-97 Chris Fedor, cleveland.com CLE: Cavs’ offense looks broken. Can they fix it? Chris Fedor, cleveland.com DAL: The list of complaints against Luka D ..read more
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Baskteball Intelligence For 4/6/24, PART 2
Basketball Intelligence Newsletter
by Basketball Intelligence
1w ago
NOTE: Part Two of today’s Basketball Intelligence links to stories that recap Friday’s 12 NBA games (*and one from Thursday) BOS: Celtics’ reserves play Kings for a day, finish out narrow victory Adam Himmelsbach, Boston Globe BOS: For Celtics, Joe Mazzulla winning remains the priority: ‘This is fun’ Jay King, The Athletic BOS: 4 takeaways as Celtics beat Kings Souichi Terada, Mass Live The remaining game recap stories follow for paid subscribers Read more ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence For 4/6/24, PART ONE
Basketball Intelligence Newsletter
by Basketball Intelligence
1w ago
LEAGUEWIDE What it takes to stay in the NBA Marc J Spears, Andscape A conversation with Draymond Green, Bismack Biyombo, Cory Joseph, Garrett Temple and P.J. Tucker on playing a decade while averaging less than 10 points Ranking NBA title contenders Brad Botkin, CBS Sports THE DRAFT 5 NBA Draft prospects to watch in Final Four of 2024 NCAA Tournament Christopher Kline, Fansided 2024 NBA draft rankings: top 25 prospects Jonathan Givony/Jeremy Woo, ESPN 2024 NBA Draft: Zaccharie Risacher Scouting Report Jonathan Wasserman, Bleacher Report 2024 NBA Draft scouting report: Bronny James Christophe ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence For 4/5/24
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by Basketball Intelligence
1w ago
TEAM-SPECIFIC ATL: Tired legs catch up to Hawks in loss to Mavericks Lauren Williams, AJC ATL: Weary Hawks lose steam in loss to Mavericks Wesley Morton, Peachtree Hoops Chalk this one up as a schedule loss BKN: Dennis Schröder reflects on season, what’s to come CJ Holmes, Daily News BOS: How Jrue Holiday has seamlessly fit in with the championship favorites Jake Fischer, Yahoo Sports DAL: The Mavericks Are the NBA’s Most Dangerous Sleeper Michael Pina, The Ringer DAL: Defensive advantage becomes bright spot in homecoming win vs. Hawks Shawn McFarland, Morning News DEN: Nikola Jokic, even at ..read more
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Basketball Intelligence for 4/4/24
Basketball Intelligence Newsletter
by Mike Shearer
1w ago
LEAGUEWIDE STORIES Kram Session: Joel Embiid’s Return and the NBA’s Playoff Seeding ScrambleZach Kram, The Ringer Why MVP races have become victory laps instead of actual competitions , Fansided There’s been a jumpy but undeniable increase in the winner’s share of the MVP voting over time, meaning that the eventual winner has increasingly siphoned up the top votes. There hasn’t been a share below 0.85 since 2006 (remember this year a few paragraphs from now)… But the biggest milestone was the invention of Twitter in 2006. The NBA milieu has an outsized presence on Instagram, Reddit, and most ..read more
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