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ICYMI: Suggested Basketball Reading From Across the Web

Steph Curry was at it again last night, leading the Golden State Warriors to a comeback win over the Dallas Mavericks with a big 4th quarter, including the game winner with just over a second remaining. We also saw Doc Rivers’ emotional return to Boston, the Pelicans outlast the Pistons in an overtime duel, another blowout loss for the Bucks, this time at the hands of the Spurs, and a brutal match-up between the Knicks and Bulls. Tonight there are just two games on the schedule (both on TNT), including what should be an awesome game between the Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers. As always, we’re here with some words for you to read, so check out today’s suggested basketball readings from across the web.

How Iguodala’s Injury Has Changed Warriors Offense: By Rich Kraetsch (@richkraetsch

A few weeks ago now, the Golden State Warriors suffered a big loss when their new signing, Andre Iguodala went down with a hamstring injury. Iguodala is known for his defense, and rightly so. But he’s also a very good offensive player, and over at Hickory High, Rich Kraetsch wrote about how his absence has affected the Warriors’ offense.

Tristan Thompson plays big role in Cavaliers’ solid stretch of play: By David Zavac (@David Zavac)

Coming into the year, there were big expectations for both Tristan Thompson and the Cleveland Cavaliers. So far, things haven’t been going so great for the Cavs as they sit at just 8-13. Tristan Thompson, however, has been having a pretty solid year. Over at SB Nation’s Fear the Sword, David Zavac wrote about how Thompson has been playing this year.

 

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