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Fear the Links: Kyle Korver explains how he keeps producing 15 years in

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Happy Wednesday, everyone. Here are today’s links.

ICYMI from Fear the Sword: Cavs-Knicks made no sense.

At CBS Sports, James Herbert talks to Kyle Korver about the Cavs’ sharpshooter has stayed sharp and productive in year 15 of his NBA career. Herbert also also a neat story about what a Gregg Popovich 2020 run might actual look like according to political operatives.

At VICE Sports, Michael Pina writes about how good DeMarcus Cousins has been this year, and what it means for him, the Pelicans and Anthony Davis.

At Cleaning The Glass, Ben Falk writes about how to get a job in the NBA. You won’t find as detailed a look at that career path.

SB Nation’s Whitney Medworth compiled LeBron’s 24 hours in New York.

Lastly, at The Athletic, Eric Koreen writes about C.J. Miles’ role with the Raptors and why getting him playing time with the team’s best players is more complicated than you might think.