Best NBA Reporting For The Week Of 9/19-9/25
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Best NBA Reporting For The Week Of 9/19-9/25

Kevin Garnett's Legacy, Steph Curry's Training, Brad Stevens'Interview and more.

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1) Tom Thibodeau Q&A

Summary: Tom Thibodeau took a year off and is glad to be back (from Kent Youngblood). http://strib.mn/2cUe4bE

2) Keith Closs Shares His Failures So That Others Can Avoid Them

Summary: Keith Closs' Career lasted just 130 games over three seasons (from Gary Washburn). http://bit.ly/2cwLZ7e

3) Mike Budenholzer Q&A

Summary: The Hawks will open their fourth season under Coach Budenholzer soon with significant changes (from Chris Vivlamore). http://bit.ly/2dmDaPd

4) Steph Curry Is The Strongest He's Been

Summary: Interview with his trainer (from Sam Amick). http://usat.ly/2dmDOfB

5) Frank Vogel Q&A

Summary: Highly successful as head coach of the Indiana Pacers for 5 ½ seasons, Vogel surprisingly found himself out of work on May 5. He wasn’t unemployed long as the Magic worked feverishly to hire one of the NBA’s most respected head coaches.

Vogel, 43, had a host of choices, and he opted to become Orlando’s head coach on May 20. Landing Vogel allowed the franchise to score big in the offseason with a head coach who is highly regarded for his teaching abilities, game management and good-natured approach. (from John Denton) http://on.nba.com/2cFXjB8

6) Kevin Garnett's Revolutionary Career

Summary: Nobody changed the NBA over the last 20 years like KG (from Zach Harper). http://cbsprt.co/2d42cVw

7) All-Star Paul Millsap Continues To Go Quietly About His Work

Summary: Millsap takes on leadership mantle as Hawks transition to next era. (from Ian Thomsen) http://on.nba.com/2desswG

8) Scheduled To Sit: When Resting Is Serious Business

Summary: DNP-Rest is on the rise (from Tom Haberstroh) http://es.pn/2d6ze8T

9) How Many Answers Do The Blazers Have?

Summary: Portland GM Neil Olshey claims the Trail Blazers “have a lot of answers.” What does he mean by that and is it true? (from Willy Raedy) http://bit.ly/2dlIDJP

10) What Happened To Robert Swift?

Summary: Out From The Darkness: Robert Swift's road from NBA lottery pick to drug addict to...(from Chris Ballard) http://on.si.com/2cKxl2o

11) Film Room: Inside Aaron Gordon's Defense

Summary: On-Ball, Off-Ball, Transition, Rebounding, Rim Protection, Post-Up (from Josh Cohen) http://on.nba.com/2d0WYMB

12) Brad Stevens Interview

Summary: Coaching in the NBA vs. college, Brandan Wright's time with the Celtics, Marcus Smart's career arc, success against the Warriors, efforts to recruit Kevin Durant and Al Horford in free agency, potential NBA rule changes, picking the brains of Popovich and Belichick, and the 3-point shot's impact on positionless basketball. (from Bill Simmons). http://bit.ly/2cXzQeD

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