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  1. Friday Bullets

    Henry Abbott

    Posted by Kevin Arnovitz Mark Cuban puts the kibosh on Dirk Nowitzki playing for the Germans in the European championship. Dave Berri is much more bullish on the Rockets in 2009-10 than most observers, and appraises the team from -- no surprise ...

    Blog | August 14, 2009
  2. The Eight Biggest Stories of Summer League

    Henry Abbott

    Posted by Kevin Arnovitz The Las Vegas Summer League is a lot like the Sundance Film Festival of the NBA. Whereas the pageantry of most NBA games has gotten out of control, Summer League games are small indie productions. The event certainly has i...

    Blog | July 20, 2009
  3. Day Eight Summer League Roundup

    Henry Abbott

    Posted by Kevin Arnovitz When Austin Daye was being sized up as a pro prospect, one of the first shortcomings mentioned by his naysayers was his lanky build. Watching him up close in Las Vegas, Daye seems wholly unintimidated by back-line defenders...

    Blog | July 18, 2009
  4. Day Six Summer League Roundup

    Henry Abbott

    Posted by Kevin Arnovitz The Knicks' Toney Douglas continued to struggle shooting the ball, but he performed his primary function as floor general quite well. He gave the Knicks what they needed at the point -- game management, penetration and ...

    Blog | July 16, 2009
  5. The TrueHoop Network Shootaround

    Henry Abbott

    Ricky Rubio tempted the hearts of both Thunder and Kings fans -- but their respective GMs went with the conservative picks. Smart long-term thinking ... or overcautiousness? Did the Spurs get the steal of the draft? And did Orlando help itself ...

    Blog | June 26, 2009
  6. What We Think We Know About Earl Clark

    Henry Abbott

    Watch Earl Clark play basketball, and it's clear he could have the most potential of any player in the 2009 draft. He's 6-10, can do just about everything, and starred on the best team in one of the toughest conferences in NCAA history. So wh...

    Blog | June 22, 2009