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If Collin Sexton can flesh out the other areas of his game, however, he can become a real problem for opposing defenses.
This is not the San Antonio team we have grown used to under Gregg Popovich, but they're not far off from getting back there.
When Lonzo starts running coast-to-coast, throw the analytics out the window and trust your eyes.
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Los Angeles has the sixth best offense in the NBA and they are doing it without the three-point shot.
Rodney Hood deserves better than to waste away on the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Rockets have been struggling, but the perennially under-appreciated Gordon will get them back on course.
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He became known as a defensive tactician, but as the NBA continues to make life easy for offenses, how does that impact Thibodeau’s stock?
Regardless of how physically imposing, rare, and breathtaking Simmons can be, building a championship contender with someone who can’t shoot as a focal point is exceptionally difficult.
This isn’t to say Golden State should trade the perennial Defensive Player of the Year candidate just to appease Kevin Durant, but it’s worth wondering what they could get, or would even want, in return.