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Dan Feldman
ESPN TrueHoop Network blog dedicated to covering the Detroit Pistons
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Dan Feldman 9h
RT : GIF: Drake vigorously lint rolls his pants during Raptors vs. Nets Game 2
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Dan Feldman 12h
your definition of soon is much different than mine
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Dan Feldman 12h
I'd still re-sign Monroe
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Dan Feldman 12h
Noah Vonleh to Pistons in latest ESPN mock draft: Chad Ford of ESPN published a new mock draft, and he has the...
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Dan Feldman 14h
Did anyone in Boston not resent the Bad Boys? That first quote
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Dan Feldman 14h
RT : Good rule of thumb: "If you have to ask whether he's a SF or PF, he's a PF." Important for this year's lottery.
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Dan Feldman 16h
Nobody is arguing with that. Overall team defense impacts DPOY voting, though Bulls did well overall without Noah.
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Dan Feldman 16h
Good point (though just 7.1), but I believe DPOY should reflect entire season equally. In sum, Bulls defended well w/o Noah
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Mike Prada 16h
Bulls are 8 points worse/100 w/o Noah since Deng deal. RT : Bulls’ defense not reliant on Joakim Noah
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Dan Feldman 16h
Spoelstra, not Brooks
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Dan Feldman 18h
Steve Kerr didn't vote for Mike Woodson or any West Coast candidates for Coach of the Year. What is Kerr angling for?
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Dan Feldman 18h
You're talking about the people who voted FOR him, right?
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Dan Feldman 18h
I don't really have an answer. Votes that appear biased might be more informed.
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Dan Feldman 18h
Is too close to rate Mark Jackson fairly? Or does he see Jackson more clearly than everyone else? Transparency should lead to Qs.
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Dan Feldman 18h
Mark Jackson's lone Coach of the Year vote came from Nor Cal-based . (Kidd's from and Brooks' from )
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Dan Feldman 18h
Frank Vogel is in good company. Last two coaches with at least 56 wins and no COY votes? Phil Jackson and Gregg Popovich
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Dan Feldman 18h
Three coaches with 54 wins received no COY votes this year. Three coaches with 54 wins received no COY in previous five years combined.
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Dan Feldman 18h
Shameful? C'mon.
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Dan Feldman 19h
Voter fatigue in Coach of the Year is real. Gregg Popovich becomes just the second coach to win two in three years (Don Nelson, 83 and 85)
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Dan Feldman 1d
Impressive. I don't think I had a "vivid" sports memory until I was 10. (Michigan 1997 national-title season)
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