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MIT Sloan 2015 Live from Boston
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A live, inside look at the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston.

First Cup: Friday
Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman: Kevin Durant and Steven Adams both went through light on-court workouts before Thursday’s game at Phoenix. Durant, who is recovering from a second surgery to his right foot, did some light shooting from various spots, even taking shots from as far out as the 3-point line.

Jump shots win championships
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The opposite is the conventional wisdom, but teams like the Spurs and the Hawks are part of an evolving NBA where good shooting wins.

First Cup: Thursday
Jason Jones of The Sacramento Bee: George Karl has a certain level of empathy for the Kings after more than a week on the job. The Kings are playing for their third coach this season, and they’re adjusting to different strategies for the second time this season.

While Atlanta goes crazy, Hawks are chill
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ATLANTA -- There's no fire drill more absurd than the metro Atlanta area bracing for winter precipitation. The region, which has grown exponentially since the Hawks moved to town, has little regard for tradition, so it's almost quaint to see that the afternoon before a forecasted dusting the scene at the Kroger hasn't changed in three decades.

In return, KG shows Wolves what could be
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It is simply impossible to undersell the hard thrum that began coursing through the Target Center when Kevin Garnett came charging out of the tunnel for the first time in 7½ years wearing a Minnesota Timberwolves uniform.

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First Cup: Wednesday
Chris Fedor of the Northeast Ohio Media Group: Speaking to reporters after the game, Kevin Love admitted something that has been apparent for quite some time: Cleveland's balance has helped take the offense to a new level, with a different guy capable of stepping up each night.

First Cup: Tuesday
Ronald Tillery of The Commercial-Appeal: With boxing icon Floyd Mayweather sitting courtside, the Grizzlies used their speed and craftiness on defense to keep the NBA’s second highest scoring team on the ropes all night.

NBA geek stories
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David Thorpe with first-person tales of analytics informing decisions by the Rockets, 76ers and Mavericks.

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