Photo of the Day: Mike Miller Gets Key to Hometown

Mike Miller has found himself moving around the NBA throughout his 14-year career. After spending a year playing for the he [...]


Fantasy Spin: $200,000 Contest at DraftKings

Big Wednesday means 13 NBA games and a top prize of $20,000 in the huge $200K Crossover — $27 to enter, maximum paid. a [...]

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Sheridan Hoops 2014-15 Season Preview Index

We are back with the 2014-15 edition of the Sheridan Hoops team-by-team season preview index.We've assembled a lineup [...]

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Sheridan Hoops Salary Cap Analysis Index

It's that time of year again.While you were watching the NBA Finals and poring over mock drafts, SheridanHoops was the [...]


Behind Thompson, the Warriors Are Legitimate Title Contenders

The Golden State Warriors have started the season by winning five of their first seven games and have established as title [...]

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Bosh still adapting to replacing LeBron James’ leadership role

"It's a lot to take in but that's what I asked for," said Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh on a rainy Monday night in Bosh is [...]

Gonzo: Players the Cavs Should Target in Trades


If you are not moving forward, then you are going backward. And if you stand still, you will get run over. Those are two of my “Gonzoisms.” We are one month into the NBA season, and in my opinion the Cleveland Cavaliers need to take some risks and make a move or they will not get where they are trying to get. You want to win a championship in that town for the first time in any sport since 1964? You


Chris Webber, Reggie Miller and others make strong statement about Stephen Curry’s shooting prowess

Stephen Curry

When Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry gets his shot going from beyond the arc during a game, there’s not a better show in the NBA. After struggling over the past two games with his shot – eight-of-24 shooting from the field, including four-of-12 from beyond the arc – Curry got going against the Miami Heat on Tuesday in a big way after scoring the first three points of the game from beyond the arc. That first shot would end


Photo of the Day: Mike Miller Gets Key to Hometown

Mike Miller Key

Mike Miller has found himself moving around the NBA throughout his 14-year career. After spending a year playing for the Memphis Grizzlies after he was amnestied by the Miami Heat, he chose to follow his old teammate LeBron James back to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Although he has floated around the League, Miller seems to be a much respected, well-liked teammate. Of course there’s the story about King James being angry that the Heat amnestied Miller after they won two straight NBA


Tweet of the Day: Greg Anthony Has Twitter Discussion On Ferguson

Ever since news broke late Monday evening revealing that a grand jury in St. Louis County, MO had decided not to charge Darren Wilson — the officer who shot an unarmed Michael Brown, protests have grown rampant. Riots have taken to the streets of Ferguson and news networks have had coverage on an endless cycle. Media outlets are eating it up, choosing to slant the story one way or the other, depending on how they interpret the evidence. Social media has


SH Blog: Nets coach Lionel Hollins blasts Brook Lopez, Mavs embarrassed after loss to undermanned Pacers


The Brooklyn Nets are 5-8 and trending in the wrong direction, having lost six of their last seven games. And coach Lionel Hollins seems very willing to hold players accountable for that slide, even in public settings. Starting center Brook Lopez is averaging just 5.4 rebounds in 29 minutes, and lately, he’s found himself benched in fourth quarters, including Saturday’s 99-87 loss to the Spurs in San Antonio. Both Lopez and Hollins have been visibly frustrated by things.


PODCAST: Kobe Bryant among Top 5 players of all time


Kobe Bryant is now within 219 points of surpassing Michael Jordan (32,292) on the career scoring list. I covered all five of Kobe’s championships, along with the final three of Jordan’s six. I was a little kid when I watched Oscar Robertson play in person, and I grew up watching Kareem Abdul-Jabbar dominate the NBA, both with the Bucks and the Lakers. I have only faint memories of watching Wilt Chamberlain play on TV, and I never saw Bill Russell play —