Coach Nick interviewed Larry Coon of CBAFAQ.com at the 2013 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Larry explained how teams are constructing their roster given the constraints of the new collecting bargaining agreement. Follow Arun and Coach Nick on Twitter
History Of Basketball
Coach Nick spoke with, former NBA All-Star, Coach and GM, Kiki VanDeWeghe at the 2013 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference. Some of the topics Kiki talked about include the value of a stable coaching situation to an offensive system, fit between a player & a particular system, and the ability for NBA players to improve.
Reliving the Bulls 5th title was something of a bittersweet experience, taking me back to an earlier less-complicated time in my life (single, no kids). Coming off a record setting 72-10 the year before, the Bulls cruised through the Eastern Conference playoffs before running into arguably their most formidable foe of any of their championship
In honor of Reggie Miller’s induction to the NBA Hall of Fame in Springfield, MA, I decided to look at one of his most famous achievements. Single handedly beating the Knicks in Madison Square Garden with two 3 point daggers goes down as one of the most clutch playoff performances in professional basketball history. Amidst
Coach Nick compares and contrasts how Kobe and Michael attacked out of the triangle offense.
Coach Nick breaks down the series clinching game for the Celtics, featuring such players as Bob Cousy, Bill Russell, Elgin Baylor, Jerry West, and many more. This style of basketball, while less skilled than today, is infinitely more exciting to me. And notice how great the passing is – I don’t mean no look passes,
Coach Nick breaks down this classic game, and shows you the first great Bulls team featuring Jerry Sloan, Chet Walker, and Norm Van Lier. If you haven’t had a chance to see Rick Barry in action, watch this.
Coach Nick breaks down Game 6 from the 2006 NBA Finals. He examines whether Dwyane Wade and the rest of the Miami Heat got an inordinate amount of calls from the refs and how Dirk Nowitzki fell short in the 4th quarter.