Month: November 2019

After years of playing a retrograde style of basketball, Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves have finally moved into the modern NBA. As the NBA sprinted into the age of analytically-minded shot selection and spacing-oriented offenses, the Timberwolves lagged behind the curve for years. The Jimmy Butler and Tom Thibodeau era was fraught with strategic
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With a game that transcends categorization and convention, Bam Adebayo is carving out a niche as one of the best big men in the NBA. Alvin Gentry did not want to talk about Bam Adebayo. The Pelicans head coach didn’t brush off the question, didn’t act put upon in any way. But when asked about
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Arizona freshman guard Nico Mannion isn’t the flashiest of players, but his well-rounded offensive arsenal should be a clear plus in the NBA. Head coach Sean Miller arrived at Arizona in the fall of 2009. Over the past 10 years, he’s welcomed seven top-10 recruits to Tucson. Prior to this season, all five were forwards
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It’s no secret. Once the turkey has been consumed and the nap has been taken, all your attention shifts to Black Friday. Here are some of the best deals. Black Friday means savings. Whether you’re getting something for yourself (because you deserve it!), or something for friends and family, there’s no denying that now is
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Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images In the spirit of Thanksgiving, it’s time to take a look at the biggest thing each and every NBA team should be thankful for so far in the 2019-20 season. Happy Thanksgiving, NBA fans! While the association we know and love will be off for Turkey Day, we’ve got a
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