ESPN.com: Steph Curry's place among all-time NBA greats is still being worked out
Wednesday night's Houston Rockets-Golden State Warriors game (7:30 p.m. ET, ESPN) is a reminder of all the interesting storylines the NBA lost when Aron Baynes fell on Stephen Curry's left hand -- including what promised to be a season-long question of whether Curry could or would play more like Houston's supernova James Harden.That storyline had layers. It would factor into Golden State's ability to hang in the playoff race until a potential Klay Thompson return. It would tell us something about Steve Kerr as a coach.
Blogger So Dear: It's Time for a Lineup Change for Wake Basketball
Wake Forest's basketball team is finally starting to come around, and live up to the potential that it showed preseason.We've seen all of the lineups that coach Danny Manning has used thus far, and all of the strengths and weaknesses of individual players.
Thus far Manning's preferred starting lineup has been Bryant Crawford at point guard, Mitchell Wilbekin at shooting guard, Chaundee Brown at small forward, Terrence Thompson at power forward, and Doral Moore at center.
While Thompson is a good "energy" player and a strong rebounder, he doesn't necessarily fit Manning's typical mold of a starting 4.
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