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How DeMarre Carroll Fell From ‘Top Defender’ To Almost Irrelevant

Basketball is beginning to turn into a very fun game of analytics, especially for overlooked players. With a more in-depth system of numbers, the game now introduces more effective aspects. More importantly, the value of certain players begins to increase due to their on/off court impacts. Putting it lightly, it brings out the “true” underdogs

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NBA Atlantic Division

The Atlantic Files Ep. 19: Improving in the Offseason

The Atlantic Files is back with an offseason episode and I talk about the following: Toronto’s addition of DeMarre Carroll and loss of Lou Williams Boston’s signings of Johnson, Jerebko, and the acquisition of David Lee Brooklyn’s loss of Deron Williams and the re-signing of Brook Lopez Philadelphia’s additions of Jahlil Okafor, Nik Stauskas, and Jason

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Nets

DeMarre Carroll Questionable for Game 2

DeMarre Carroll’s injury isn’t as bad as it originally seemed. Carroll’s knee has no structural damage which many feared because it was a non-contact injury. This is great news for the Atlanta Hawks. MRI reveals no ligament or structural damage to Hawks’ DeMarre Carroll’s knee. He is listed as questionable. (via ESPN & multiple reports)

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