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We’re in the midst of the most exciting NBA season in years.  The TrueHoop Network has it covered.

  • Which is less likely: a fifty point explosion or a 20/20 with assists?  Aaron McGuire at Gothic Ginobili takes a deep statistical look at the respective likelihoods of Brandon Jennings’ two substantially different career-best games.
  • Forum Blue & Gold assesses the Lakers’ trade assets; also, an exploration of real versus perceived value.
  • Will Brook Lopez be dealt?  Brooklyn’s Finest with a discussion.
  • What was the best team of the George Karl era?  Roundball Mining Company reflects back, with implications.
  • Clipperblog has a post mortem of the Austin Rivers trade.
  • Rudy Gobert has been surprisingly effective passing the basketball, per Salt City Hoops.
  • Cowbell Kingdom takes aim at the team over the firing of Mike Malone.
  • People are starting to rethink whether the Love-Wiggins trade was the right move.  Cavs the Blog provided its own regrade of the trade.
  • Bucksketball looks in on the Milwaukee Bucks’ shot selection.
  • “Toronto’s style and effectiveness have dwindled over the past few weeks as their pace has quickened,” writes Raptors Republic.
  • Hoop76 muses that while the Sixers might be better without Tony Wroten, they’ll also be more boring.
  • Elfrid Payton is the Magic’s most important player, writes Magic Basketball.
  • From Queen City Hoops: what kind of “lady” would the All-Star game be?
  • Bourbon Street Shots notes that Eric Gordon has been playing far better than he had been before his labrum tear.

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