NBA Training Camp 2009

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Tom Haberstroh
Home-court advantage? Not so much

Home-court advantage isn't what it used to be in the NBA. Tom Haberstroh examines three leading theories.

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Bradford Doolittle
NBA's most clutch players

Bradford Doolittle breaks down the NBA's most productive and efficient players in clutch situations. Damian Lillard and Anthony Davis top the list.

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Amin Elhassan
Suns thriving with three-PG lineup

Amin Elhassan writes how the Suns' small-ball lineup featuring three point guards has been key for Phoenix in late-game situations. Jeff Hornacek should continue to stick with the PG trio.

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Brian Windhorst
Take a break, LeBron

While Kobe Bryant provides the cautionary tale, the Cavs would be wise to emulate the Spurs' management of Tim Duncan for LeBron James, writes Brian Windhorst.

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Marc Stein
Stein: Who deserves to be All-Star reserves?

Who deserves to be All-Star reserves this year? Marc Stein makes his picks for the East and West squads.

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J.A. Adande
Kobe Bryant pays price for greatness

The pursuit of greatness made Kobe Bryant push his body to the brink, writes J.A. Adande.

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Ramona Shelburne
Kobe, Lakers can quit pretending now

When Kobe finally decided to have surgery on his shoulder, there was sadness and relief, writes Ramona Shelburne.

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Kevin Pelton
Picking the All-Star reserves

Kevin Pelton offers his picks for the NBA All-Star reserves. He writes that Kevin Love is among the players who deserve an All-Star nod.

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