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A look back at Danny Granger, the Pacers’ elite scoring wing

The productive and athletic scoring wing is one of the most common archetypes in NBA history. From Scottie Pippen to Tracy McGrady, from Paul George to Kawhi Leonard, the league has had a host of small forwards who can score in a multitude of ways. 445 more words


Why Mark Followill is 'proud to be associated' with the Dallas Mavericks and why he's excited about the Orlando NBA bubble

He’s lived his dream of being the television play-by-play voice of the Dallas Mavericks for nearly two decades, but that isn’t why Mark Followill appreciates being associated with the 2011 NBA Champions. 255 more words

The Great Nowitzki [Thomas Pletzinger]

Ich bin kein Basketball Fan. Ich werde es wohl auch nie werden. Ich bin mir auch ganz sicher, dass keiner von mir eine Buchempfehlung erwartet zu einem Buch, was im Feuilleton so ätzend oft letztes Jahr besprochen wurde, dass ich eigentlich das Buch gar nicht in die Hand nehmen dürfte. 928 more words


The Sportcodex Show: Ep.17 The trouble with ranking All Time players

Episode 17 is out now, Ayden & Carl are back and get nostalgic about the 90s (The Last Dance is to blame as you would assume). 77 more words


A look back at Rashard Lewis, one of the original stretch forwards

Back in the early and mid-2000s, forwards — and particularly power forwards — being sharpshooters wasn’t common.

Now, players like Kevin Love and Serge Ibaka stretching out defenses with their shooting is the norm. 461 more words


A Q&A with Jacob Hamilton, the director of "JUMP SHOT" movie

In today’s NBA, the jump shot is an important part of most offensive arsenals, with players like Golden State Warriors stars Steph Curry and Klay Thompson being masters at knocking down jumpers from deep. 1,528 more words


Steph Curry's executive produced "JUMP SHOT" to release in April

Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry is arguably the best shooter ever, and as a future Hall of Famer, he’s helping to educate basketball fans on the man who pioneered the jump shot that rules the modern game. 274 more words