Photo of the Day: Nate Robinson Has Ugly Feet

Nate Robinson should start being a weekly feature on our Photo of the Day. He is very active on Instagram with his pictures [...]


Fantasy Spin: Mavs Drop 140 on Freaky Friday

Did they widen the rim? There were a ridiculous number of points scored on Friday. Phoenix (122), Toronto (124), Memphis my [...]

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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 [...]

SH Blog: Kirilenko done in Brooklyn?


As you’ll probably notice from the headline, Andrei Kirilenko’s time with the Nets may be drawing to a close. What makes this interesting, apart from how good Kirilenko used to be, is that he turned down a sizable contract from the Timberwolves to come to Brooklyn in the first place on a veteran minimum deal. Kirilenko has barely seen the floor this year, and last year was easily the worst of his career, but you’ve got to imagine there’s an NBA


Hubbard: Bird-Dirk: Still not a good comparison

When Dirk Nowitzki recently passed Hakeem Olajuwon on the list of all-time leading scorers, one publication ran photos of the top 10 scorers and it was easy to spot Dirk, the only white guy. There is nothing particularly profound about that. Dirk’s been around 16 years. We all know he’s from Germany, he’s white and he’s a great basketball player. But it did remind me of a comparison that was made long before it was even close to being even remotely legitimate


Mitnick: EuroHoops update: Serbian fan killed in Turkey; Omar Cook sets Eurocup assist record


Overshadowing what was a fantastic week in European basketball, the overseas hoops community was struck by shock and despair. Just after the 10th anniversary of the famous Malice at the Palace, an even more tragic confrontation went down in Turkey, as a 25 year old Serbian fan was murdered just prior to a Euroleague game between Galatasaray and Red Star Belgrade. As a coach, there are very few things that give you more motivation than seeing your home fans give you undying


Three-Man Weave: Conference Calls


We are less than four weeks into the NBA season. And while it is a small sample size, it is large enough to determine whether teams are off to good starts or bad starts. The bigger question is how long can these teams sustain their starts? For that, we have brought back the Three-Man Weave, where three Sheridan Hoops staff members answer three questions. Making his Weave debut is columnist Ben DuBose, who also handles our Tuesday blog. He was able to


10 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — Washington Handles Cleveland, Mirotic Flashes Upside, Toronto Makes Statement

Nikola Mirotic headshot

The 2014-15 NBA regular season continued with a bang on Friday, November 21. 24 teams took part in 12 games after Thursday featured just four squads in two outings. The results were significant, with a number of expected contenders taking part in early-season battles. The results varied, with multiple games ending in blowouts. Here’s how it all transpired.


Tweet of the Night: Dan Le Batard puts Cavaliers on blast, LeBron James reacts to all the controversy


No one made a bigger spectacle about the departure of LeBron James from Miami than Dan Le Batard, host of the show “High Questionable” on ESPN. It’s no surprise, then, that the early struggles of the Cleveland Cavaliers has been quite enjoyable for the man who got suspended for putting up these billboards in Cleveland. The Cavaliers have been surprisingly bad to begin the season, and things didn’t get any better on Friday against the Washington Wizards on national television. They


Photo of the Day: Nate Robinson Has Ugly Feet

Nate Pedicure Feature

Nate Robinson should start being a weekly feature on our Photo of the Day. He is very active on Instagram with his pictures and he posts all kinds of fun things. Check out his last feature on POTD. Brace face Robinson is a happy-go-lucky journeyman who’s played all over the NBA, from East to West coast, since being drafted by the Phoenix Suns in 2005. Of course his first four plus seasons in the league were in New York for the