Salary Cap Index

Sheridan Hoops Salary Cap Analysis Index

Welcome to the Sheridan Hoops team salary cap analysis index.This is where Sheridan Hoops shows you the money. The NBA [...]

Free Agency

Scotto: Top Five Rising and Falling Free Agent Stocks

There is a ton of money available in NBA free agency next summer, and everyone knows it - especially players in the final a [...]


Fantasy Spin: Will Sixers Win Before Perfect Warriors Lose?

Last night in Atlanta, the Celtics lost by 24 as only Avery Bradley $5900 played well. Tonight they return home to host in [...]


This Weekend’s Hottest NBA Tickets Start At Only $11

Atlanta Hawks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena (Cleveland, OH) November 21, 2015The Atlanta Hawks will on [...]


Gambling Guru: NBA Warning Signs and Trends You Need to Know

It's good to be back with another NBA gambling column. It's been an up and down start to the season for me, highlighted I [...]


Revisiting the Malice at the Palace

On this date in 2004, the Pacers and Pistons played the first 47 minutes of a regular season game incident free. And then a [...]

Tweet of the Night: Rudy Gobert clarifies what really happened while guarding Chris Paul

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Rudy Gobert is defining himself as a force on the defensive end of the floor for the Utah Jazz this season. In doing so, he’s starting to end up on the wrong end of highlight clips. It started exactly a week ago when he went up to block DeMar DeRozan’s dunk attempt. That didn’t go so well, although he did a marvelous job at burning a Toronto Raptors fan on twitter after that game. [Read more…]


Hubbard: Rick Carlisle working magic for Mavericks

Mar 7, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle reacts to a referee call during the first half of the game against the Portland Trail Blazers at the American Airlines Center. The Mavericks defeated the Trail Blazers 103-98. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

For several years, probably dating back to 2011 when the Dallas Mavericks became one of the most unlikely champions in NBA history, Rick Carlisle has been compared favorably to Gregg Popovich, the best coach in the league. Both men are superior strategists and in-game coaches, and both take little credit for their excellence. Popovich, who is in his 20th season as the Spurs head coach, has never allowed anyone to lose sight of the primary reason for his success. When praised


Tweet of the Night: Brandon Jennings hints at Kobe Bryant’s need to retire

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The Los Angeles Lakers played the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday, and that meant another ugly-shooting performance was on deck for Kobe Bryant. The shooting guard has been historically bad for someone who has taken at least 16 shots from the field heading into the game, averaging an unfathomable 33.1 percent shooting from the field in his first 10 games. [Read more…]


Sheridan: The Warriors are going to lose, just like ’96 Bulls once did. But without the drama


Inevitably, the Golden State Warriors are going to lose a game. Probably more than one game. Perfection is impossible in the NBA, despite what we’ve seen from Stephen Curry and Co. over the first four weeks of the season. The numbers associated with Golden State’s season-opening winning streak are mind-boggling – even more so when we start comparing them to the numbers put up by the Chicago Bulls during the 1995-96 season, when they won an NBA-record 72 games. Golden State is


Celtics Playing Elite Defense Despite Lack of Star Power

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Based on how the Boston Celtics’ roster is currently assembled, they need to be greater than the sum of their parts in order to succeed.  The Celtics undeniably lack star power right now. According to ESPN’s preseason rankings of the league’s top 400 players, Isaiah Thomas is Boston’s best player at 65th overall. Only the Nuggets, Lakers and Sixers have their top player ranked lower. Yet through 13 games, Boston boasts a statistically elite defense thanks to coach Brad Stevens and