Nate Silver on the B.S. Report suggesting kids should learn math by doing fun stuff like playing fantasy sports.
Hornets247 has a cool new design, and mad insight into how Ryan Anderson gets open.
Grantland's Wesley Morris on Andrew Bynum's hair: "It's hard, and the gray veining through his young hair implies as much. He's a basketball player in frustrating want of an outlet for his talent. Without that, he's just some dude with occasionally bad hair living under the tyranny of the camera phone. For a couple of months, his mess has been hot, and it shows no signs of cooling down. But there's a sobering, defiant honesty in that. If he's not working, then neither will his hair."
The Sixers could have had Moe Harkless, which no one cared about when Bynum looked healthy.
John Wall's evolution hinges on his jumper. How's that doing?
Jimmer Fredette is suddenly killing it. Here's how.
Ersan Ilyasova has been in a funk. Does that mean you should play him more? I think about it a little bit like buying stock. If you buy great stocks, from companies that you love, when they go down the good move is to buy more. Because they're high-quality and the market will catch up. And if you don't love the company that much ... why do you own the stock at all? Same goes a bit for players on your roster.
The things Dwyane Wade can't do these days.
Talking through the Popovich event with a non-basketball fan wife.