ICYMI: Suggested Basketball Reading From Across The Web

3 weeks. 21 days. That’s all that’s left until opening night of the NBA regular season. Until then, we have preseason games and words to read to fill the void. As always, we’re here to give some of the best words to read, so check out today’s suggested readings from across the web.

Four Ways the Memphis Grizzlies can improve in 2013-2014 NBA Season: By Chris Faulkner (@faulkner323

The Memphis Grizzlies are coming off their best season in franchise history, making it all the way to the Western Conference finals in 2012-2013. Unfortunately it wasn’t good enough, as they were swept in four games by the San Antonio Spurs. Over at SB Nation’s Grizzly Bear Blues, Chris Faulkner detailed a number of ways in which the Grizzlies could improve and possibly make a deeper playoff run this time.

Identifying the Unidentifyable: By Cole Patty (@ColePatty)

Paul George burst onto the scene last year, taking home the Most Improved Player honor, and almost leading the Indiana Pacers over the defending champion Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. But there is still a lot of intrigue when it comes to George and his game. He is an amazing defensive player, but his offensive game still needs work. Over at Hickory High, Cole Patty wrote about trying to make sense of George’s game.


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