Much is made about the “current NBA” or the “modern-day NBA.” You’ll hear terms like “pace and space” or just “spacing.” My current favorite buzzphrase is "freedom of movement."
Cliché and tiresome may it be, it’s become paramount. Until someone finds a way to conquer a well-executed pick-and-roll surrounded by shooters, we’re stuck here. The person who figures it out is the next ...
Larry Nance Jr. sure loves being a Cleveland Cavalier.
By the end of the Cavaliers' 102-95 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night, Nance posted a near triple-double stat line of 12 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. It was an all-around performance by a guy not exactly known for his scoring ability or playmaking traits.
Alec Peters started his debut EuroLeague season averaging 6.8 points and 2.8 rebounds in CSKA’s six first matches. In the latest “Focus on”video, he talked about his adjustment to life in Moscow and the differences between European and American basketball.
On his decision to join the Russians he said: “I knew some of the American guys here. Obviously I knew the success the club has each year”.
Let’s just be honest with one another: I am an unabashed E’Twaun Moore homer.
From his time in Chicago — and even earlier in Orlando, I have been absolutely infatuated with his basketball resiliency, his soft and steady scoring touch inside the perimeter, his unapologetic and instantaneous long-range trigger, and his penchant to do whatever the team asks, with little to no regard ...