NBA Daily Links: Monday, February 10, 2014

Good morning, NBA fans!

Feb 5, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; A Denver Nuggets cheerleader dances prior to the game against the Milwaukee Bucks at the Pepsi Center. The Nuggets won 110-100. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

I regret to say that last week I was swamped at work and was quite negligent when it came to providing you with your Daily Links.  If only my job would just go away and let me write!   Better yet, if all my bills could just disappear, I really wouldn’t need that pesky job any more . . . .

At any rate, I’m back in the groove, so let’s get to them: the links!

Eight games went down yesterday, and I bet you didn’t watch them all, so get your scores, recaps, and video highlights here.  [NBA.com]

It’s never too late for your Morning Shootaround.  [NBA]

And here’s your ten drops of knowledge in the Daily Dime. [ESPN]

In case you had not heard, there is a new format to this year’s Slam Dunk Contest during All-Star Weekend.  Get the scoop on the pros and cons of the new format.  [Sports Illustrated]

I’m not a fan of the Los Angeles Lakers – clearly! – but I am a fan of Steve Nash, which is why I find this story on his resolve worth your time!  [Bleacher Report]

And since I’m from the Syracuse, New York, area I find the story of rookie Michael Carter-Williams and how he is silencing his skeptics to be a good one, as well.  [Sports Illustrated]

Last, but never least, your Boston Celtics link today asks the question, “Do the Celtics need to make a trade before the deadline?” [Bleacher Report]

Enjoy!

Topics: Boston Celtics

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