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David Friedman

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David Friedman has covered the NBA for more than a decade. He has interviewed nearly two dozen members of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players List. You can find his work at 20SecondTimeout

Member Since:
 
February 2015
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Why the Warriors won the NBA championship

Why the Warriors won the NBA championship

18 Jun 2015

It is tempting to describe Golden State’s NBA Finals victory as a triumph of the style of play popularised by the Mike D’Antoni and Steve Nash Phoenix Suns.

Cleveland need LeBron – and Timofey Mozgov’s height – to win the title

Cleveland need LeBron - and Timofey Mozgov's height - to win the title

15 Jun 2015

Basketball is a game of match-ups and, for the first three games of the NBA Finals, Cleveland’s frontcourt size mattered more than Golden State’s speed and perimeter shooting.

NBA Finals: Cleveland show value of the paint – and the true MVP

NBA Finals: Cleveland show value of the paint - and the true MVP

11 Jun 2015

The 67-15 Golden State Warriors were huge favorites over the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals even before Cleveland’s All-Star guard Kyrie Irving suffered a season-ending knee injury in game one.

LeBron’s legacy shouldn’t be defined by another playoffs loss

LeBron's legacy shouldn't be defined by another playoffs loss

7 Jun 2015

The Cleveland Cavaliers faced an uphill battle to beat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals even before Kyrie Irving suffered a season-ending knee injury in Golden State’s 108-100 Game 1 victory.

The NBA coaching carousel rotates quickly

The NBA coaching carousel rotates quickly

6 Jun 2015

If you are an NBA head coach, you are well advised to keep your resumé updated and to have a moving company on speed dial.

NBA Finals focus: The coaching match-up

NBA Finals focus: The coaching match-up

2 Jun 2015

The NBA finals features a match-up of two rookie coaches, Golden State’s Steve Kerr and Cleveland’s David Blatt. How rare is it for first-year coaches to meet for the NBA championship? The last time it happened was 1946-47, the NBA’s first season.