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  1. Then & Now & Later: Anthony Davis

    D.J. Foster

    "Then & Now & Later" is a scouting profile series that analyzes the perception, development and future potential of young players in the NBA. Up first is New Orleans Pelicans big man and Team USA star Anthony Davis. THEN When he entered the 2012 ...

    Blog | September 03, 2014
  2. Las Vegas Summer League, Day 5 grades

    D.J. Foster

    Nine notable performances from Day 5 at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas: Dante Exum, Utah Jazz | Grade: C An average outing in the second part of a back-to-back? He's got this NBA thing down already. The level of aggression offensively wasn...

    Blog | July 15, 2014
  3. Las Vegas Summer League, Day 3 grades

    D.J. Foster

    Ten notable performances from Day 3 at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas: Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland Cavaliers | Grade: C+ You can see how the narrative about the lack of a "killer instinct" got started. Wiggins seems to have a nasty habit of le...

    Blog | July 14, 2014
  4. Las Vegas Summer League, Day 2 grades

    D.J. Foster

    Ten notable performances from Day 2 at the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas: Tim Hardaway Jr., New York Knicks | Grade: C- Here's the Tim Hardaway Jr. basketball logic tree: Am I open? Shoot it. Am I covered? Shoot it. Someone else has the ball? Do...

    Blog | July 13, 2014
  5. The back of the envelope guide to Las Vegas Summer League: The We...

    D.J. Foster

    There's something for everyone at Las Vegas Summer League. For all the prized rookies in this year's draft class, it's a chance to get their feet wet. For the prospects who haven't found luck in the league yet, it's an opportunity to jump-start a car...

    Blog | July 11, 2014
  6. The back of the envelope guide to Las Vegas Summer League: The Ea...

    D.J. Foster

    There's something for everyone at Las Vegas Summer League. For the prized rookies in the 2014 draft class, it's a chance to get their feet wet. For the prospects who haven't found luck in the league yet, it's an opportunity to jump-start a career. Fo...

    Blog | July 11, 2014
  7. Sterling's shadow finally lifted from Clips

    D.J. Foster

    Doc Rivers pumped his fists in the air. The Clippers were on the brink of eliminating the Golden State Warriors in a hard-fought Game 7, and he wanted to share a moment with the crowd. You'll have to excuse the long-time Clippers fans who experien...

    Blog | May 05, 2014
  8. Frank Vogel wins a bold gamble for Indy

    D.J. Foster

    In the movie "Hoosiers," coach Norman Dale (Gene Hackman) justifies the decision to handicap his team by playing only four players with one simple line: "My team is on the floor." After a tight 104-102 win over the Milwaukee Bucks, let's just s...

    Blog | April 10, 2014
  9. Daily Dime: Viewer's guide to the playoff race

    D.J. Foster

    With nine days left, the playoff push heats up

    Story | Conversation | April 07, 2014
  10. Daily Dime -- Marc Gasol returns in winning style

    D.J. Foster

    Marc Gasol returned to the Grizzlies after missing 23 games, stepping right into the middle of things.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2014
  11. Expect Clippers to define their identity

    D.J. Foster

    Three teams last year finished in the top-10 in offensive and defensive efficiency. The title-winning Miami Heat was one of those teams. The runner-up San Antonio Spurs was another. The third team? The Los Angeles Clippers. The Heat and Spurs will...

    Blog | September 17, 2013
  12. Can Redick be the Clippers' Ray Allen?

    D.J. Foster

    When you move to a new city, a little familiarity is always appreciated. After spending nine years coaching the Celtics, Doc Rivers had to leave certain Boston institutions such as Kevin Garnett and Dunkin' Donuts back on the East Coast to coach t...

    Blog | September 11, 2013
  13. Pau Gasol's best-case scenario

    D.J. Foster

    The Los Angeles Lakers are a team on the rebound. The recovery process after Dwight Howard's departure may not be brief, and it probably won't be painless. Time will likely heal all wounds, but it's hard to imagine the Lakers will be better off in th...

    Blog | August 28, 2013
  14. Can Lakers generate enough offense?

    D.J. Foster

    Will the Lakers make the playoffs this season? It's a key question of the offseason, but it's one usually answered with more questions. Is Kobe Bryant healthy? Is he the same Kobe? Are Pau Gasol and Steve Nash actually on the floor? Is Phil Jackso...

    Blog | August 20, 2013
  15. The Chris Paul effect

    D.J. Foster

    At one point or another, we've all engaged in the great point guard debate. The usual names come up. Magic. Stockton. Isiah. But just as you're ready to jump in with your opinion, this always seems to fly in first: "Are we talking about true point...

    Blog | August 15, 2013
  16. How Rivers and Paul might work the pick-and-roll

    D.J. Foster

    The resounding complaint about the Los Angeles Clippers offense under former head coach Vinny Del Negro was that it lacked creativity and structure. The Clippers kept things simple for the most part, relying on their talent to make the most out of ve...

    Blog | August 02, 2013