Each week, the internet blows up with basketball writing from a number of sources. And each week, Right Down Euclid co-editor Chris Manning will be compiling them for you reading pleasure, starting with the best from Right Down Euclid and moving on to the entire NBA. This week features a brilliant essay on why we watch the NBA, information on the NBA’s new stats and more. Have a suggestion? Tweet Chris @cwmwrites or e-mail him at [email protected].
The Major Headlines
From Right Down Euclid
Earl Clark is making the Cavaliers offense better by Trevor Magnotti
Our own Trevor Magnotti took an in-depth look at Earl Clark and how the Cavaliers’ forward makes the offense bettOn er, even if it doesn’t always look that way.
From Around the Web
The Dunk of Death by Sam Riches
Look before you leap by Zach Lowe
Portland’s offense is on fire but is it sustainable? by Coach Nick
NBA’s Eastern Conference: “Right now, it’s embarrassing” by Sam Amick & Jeff Zillgitt
On John Wall: Growing Pains and Growing Gains by Seerat Sohl
The Chris Paul Divide by Cole Patty
How Far Can the Knicks Fall before Mike Woodson Changes? by Chris Herring
And lastly, IT’S KG VERSUS BARGNANI FOR KING OF NEW YORK