ICYMI: Suggested Basketball Reading From Across The Web

Now that we’ve had a few days of preseason games, it seems that we are finally closing in on the season. As always, we’re here to help you prepare for the season with words you should read. Check out today’s suggested basketball readings from across the web.

Derrick Rose returns, finally: by Paul Flannery (@PFlanns

You may have heard that Derrick Rose stepped back onto an NBA court this weekend. Over at SB Nation, Paul Flannery writes about what Rose’s return means for a Chicago Bulls team looking to get back to title contention.

The Mystery of Myck Kabongo: By Trevor Zickgraf (@yowhatupT

After a tumultuous college career at the University of Texas, Myck Kabongo is trying to make it in the league as an undrafted free agent. Currently, Kabongo is in camp with the San Antonio Spurs. Over at SB Nation’s Pounding the Rock, Trevor Zickgraf gives us the low down on the young point guard.

Why perimeter shooting will make or break Knicks: By Matt Shetler (@buccos12

Last year, the New York Knicks fired up 2,371 three pointers, connecting on a league record 891 of them. Perimeter shooting was one of the team’s best weapons, and helped them to the 2nd overall seed in the Eastern Conference. Over at FanSided’s Buckets Over Broadway, Matt Shetler says that perimeter shooting will once again be an important part of the Knicks’ offensive plans and how well they shoot from downtown will determine how well the season goes.


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