HoopsHype David Nurse
Skills development coach David Nurse is pretty confident new Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic will become the next European NBA star.
There's many flawed perceptions – both positive and negative – about Lance Stephenson as a player, writes skills development coach David Nurse.
There's one place west of New York where the true Carmelo Anthony can finally shine, says skills development coach David Nurse.
The San Antonio Spurs put on a shooting and passing clinic on their way to the NBA title. Not much Miami could do against that team effort by a first-class squad.
Skills development coach David Nurse is pretty sure Dante Exum is going to become an NBA superstar. But that jump shot needs some fixing.
Not an awful lot for a guy that's been playing competitive basketball for just three years, says skills development coach David Nurse.
While he has a bunch of obvious flaws, potential No. 1 pick Andrew Wiggins has received plenty of unfair criticism, says skills development coach David Nurse.
Blake Griffin would be the MVP of the season if not for Kevin Durant and LeBron James. Skills development coach David Nurse explains how the Clippers All-Star forward became such a beast.
Even the most famous basketball player ever had his flaws. Actually, skills development coach David Nurse says Michael Jordan was overrated.
Knicks guard JR Smith is extremely skilled, so why is he so inefficient? Skills development coach David Nurse has answers and solutions.
Pacers center Roy Hibbert has the potential to become the top big man in the game. But as of now, he's an overrated player with an offensive game that needs a makeover, says skills trainer David Nurse.
Wolves guard Ricky Rubio is a historically bad shooter. David Nurse says he could write a book documenting all the flaws in his jumper. But even for him, there's hope.
Cavs guard Kyrie Irving has good work ethic and great basketball IQ, but he's a worse shooter than people think, says David Nurse.
Brandon Jennings is hurting his career by taking plenty of low-percentage shots and going for style over substance. Shooting coach David Nurse has words of advice for him.
A flawed jump shot has prevented Wizards guard John Wall from becoming a real star in the NBA. Shooting coach David Nurse has some advice for him.