The NBA’s Changing Art of Mid-Range Jumpers

The mid-range jumper is dead. Well, maybe dead is too strong a word. But at the very least, it’s locked in Adam Silver’s basement like an NBA version of the Annabelle doll. Equating the mid-range game and a demonic toy may seem audacious, but is it really? With the way we ostracize teams and players who …

Scoring Does Not Equate to Good Offense: A Derrick Rose Story

Somewhat lost within the tufts of smoke emanating from the blazing ruin of the New York Knicks’ season is last summer’s defining addition, Derrick Rose. This is not written ironically, as it could have been on Jan. 9, when Rose actually went missing. It’s more about Rose’s play, his production and how misleadingly empty it …

Crunching Numbers With NBA Math, Episode 2

  Looking for the best NBA minds weighing in on the trials and tribulations of players throughout the Association? Want insights into the statistical side of the sport? Trying to identify sleepers and overrated players? Just hoping to increase your basketball knowledge? We’ve got you covered at Crunching Numbers—NBA Math’s weekly roundtable that will feature a …

Crunching Numbers With NBA Math, Episode 1

Looking for the best NBA minds weighing in on the trials and tribulations of players throughout the Association? Want insights into the statistical side of the sport? Trying to identify sleepers and overrated players? Just hoping to increase your basketball knowledge? We’ve got you covered at Crunching Numbers—NBA Math’s weekly roundtable that will feature a handful of writers …