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  1. Durant’s versatility has nothing to do with position, just greatness

    Oct 14, 2010, 2:44 AM EDT

    Oklahoma City Thunder v Atlanta Hawks

    This is not about positionality. It’s not about the transcendence of Kevin Durant’s athletic ability and basketball skill to cross-over to any spot on the floor. And it’s certainly not about the antiquated conditions of position that too often limit where and how we think of players and both their potential and liabilities.  It’s about the individual…

  2. So, the Sixers are trying Evan Turner out at point guard. Yeah, it blows our mind, too.

    Oct 2, 2010, 5:00 PM EDT

    I’m not going to waste your time with a workup of an intro. Let’s just get into the meat on this one, okay? The Sixers were in training camp and put Evan Turner and Lou Williams in the backcourt for the second team. Makes sense. You would have thought Turner might wind up on the…

  3. Kobe Bryant is on board with the summer of positional revolution

    Aug 20, 2010, 5:00 PM EDT

    Pat Riley used to talk about wanting to play five players of all basically the same height — five players between 6’5″ and 6’9″ who could switch ever defensive pick, could all run the floor, who could all handle the ball a little, who could all cut to the basket from the wing, could all…

  4. There's a logjam in Atlanta and something's got to give

    Aug 8, 2010, 10:37 AM EDT

    Al Horford is often talked about as undersized at center. He’s 6-10, but built like a power-forward, with long arms, great athleticism, and not so wide of a base like so many 5’s. The Hawks have made a ton of noise about adding a legit center this offseason, or at least aiming for some depth…

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