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Jun 19, 2018
Exclusive: Interview with Dzanan Musa, second highest rated international prospect behind Luka Doncic

Exclusive: Interview with Dzanan Musa, second highest rated international prospect behind Luka Doncic

Compared to the previous few seasons, the 2018 NBA Draft isn’t particularly loaded with international talent. Outside of Luka Doncic, who is one of the most anticipated international prospects of all time, every projected lottery pick was born and raised in the US. The first non-US based player that will likely get his name called […] The post Exclusive: Interview with Dzanan Musa, second highest rated international prospect behind Luka Doncic appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Jun 6, 2018
LeBron James’ case for the Finals MVP despite Cavs falling two games behind the Warriors

LeBron James’ case for the Finals MVP despite Cavs falling two games behind the Warriors

In terms of the outcome, the first two games of the 2018 NBA Finals went pretty much according to expectations. If it weren’t for J.R. Smith’s inexplicable blunder at the end of regulation in Game 1, the narrative could have taken a much different turn, but the Warriors have now successfully defended their fortress, further […] The post LeBron James’ case for the Finals MVP despite Cavs falling two games behind the Warriors appeared first on ClutchPoints.
May 26, 2018
Contrary to the popular belief, Chris Paul sitting out Game 6 is a positive thing for the Rockets

Contrary to the popular belief, Chris Paul sitting out Game 6 is a positive thing for the Rockets

There is no embellishment to Chris Paul’s first half performance against the Warriors – he started the game cold as an ex’s heart, hitting zero of his first seven shots. But then, as the Rockets headed into the locker room at the half, Paul must have gotten a hold of some of that Michael’s Secret […] The post Contrary to the popular belief, Chris Paul sitting out Game 6 is a positive thing for the Rockets appeared first on ClutchPoints.
May 25, 2018
The lost art of the offensive rebound – an analysis of causes and implications

The lost art of the offensive rebound – an analysis of causes and implications

James catches, puts up a three, won’t go. Rebound Bosh, back out to Allen. His three-pointer – BAAANG! Tied game with five seconds remaining. One of the most memorable sequences in recent NBA history sprung from a rare, but unbelievably costly mistake by Gregg Popovich. In an attempt to retain defensive flexibility and prevent a potential […] The post The lost art of the offensive rebound – an analysis of causes and implications appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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