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  • How LeBron James Became Stephen Curry

    He’s shooting more 3-pointers, longer 3-pointers and trickier 3-pointers. The best player in the NBA has adapted to basketball’s evolution.

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  • The NBA’s Big Greek Dunking Machine

    Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo has been maybe the best player in the NBA by weaponizing the only shot worth more than an open 3-pointer: a guaranteed 2-pointer.

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  • There’s a LeBron-Shaped Hole in Half of the NBA

    The top of the Eastern Conference is better than it’s been in more than a decade. That’s not a coincidence. The Raptors, Bucks, Celtics and 76ers are competing for the crown that LeBron James left behind.

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  • The Coach Who Changed the NBA From Italy

    He played an influential role in the evolution of basketball. But there’s a reason you’ve never heard of Dan Peterson: The American has been in Europe for nearly five decades.

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  • The Last Best Player Not in the NBA

    The basketball world is now flat. Every great international player eventually comes to the NBA and tries to prove himself. Except for one Spanish guard named Sergio Llull.

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  • The Lakers Have LeBron James. Now What?

    No one knows exactly what to expect from his first season in Los Angeles. But here’s why LeBron and the Lakers might be better than you think.

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  • The NBA Is Turning Into European Soccer

    NBA stars have the power to demand trades before their contracts expire. The madness of the soccer transfer market is making its way across the ocean.

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