It’s that time of year again … Halloween. That means kids are trick or treating in costumes, seeking hordes of sweets, and adults are enjoying dress-up costume parties. Such fun and festivities does not preclude NBA athletes.
Two days ago, we told that you Kemba Walker got ripped off when the emerging star point guard of the Charlotte Hornets a [...]
I weighed in with my predictions over the weekend, going big-time chalk on the NBA finalists -- Spurs over Cavs -- and off [...]
It's that time of year again ... Halloween. That means kids are trick or treating in costumes, seeking hordes of sweets, I [...]
- Tweet of the Night: Dan Le Batard makes fun of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers
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- Tweet of the Night: NBA players enjoy confrontation between Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard, then react to Julius Randle’s terrible injury
Unfortunately for the Oklahoma City Thunder, the basketball gods have decided to strike them in the worst possible way this [...]
The King has finally returned. LeBron James is back playing in his first game for his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers since to [...]
With Day 3 of the 2014-15 NBA regular season is officially in the record books. all 30 teams have now completed their The a [...]
In my latest SheridanHoops previews for the upcoming season I have the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks as playoff about I [...]
Two days ago, we told that you Kemba Walker got ripped off when the emerging star point guard of the Charlotte Hornets signed a four-year, $48 million contract extension. Here’s how you know Walker got ripped off. Utah Jazz guard Alec Burks, who has been almost exclusively a bench player through his first three seasons, reportedly got an extension of $42 million for four years on Friday, just hours before the deadline for members of the 2011 draft. Burks has started the
Happy Hallowe’en! Tonight’s $100K Trick or Treat Special at DraftKings has a $27 entry fee but is limited to 4200 teams. Winner gets $15,000, second $7500 and there will be 840 cash prizes — even if it doesn’t fill. Love those overlays.
Unfortunately for the Oklahoma City Thunder, the basketball gods have decided to strike them in the worst possible way this season. It all started when rookie Mitch McGary suffered a broken left foot during the preseason. Soon followed a devastating injury to Kevin Durant, who similarly suffered a broken right foot during the preseason, forcing him to miss the next 6-8 weeks. Then came news that Reggie Jackson sprained his ankle and Jeremy Lamb tweaked his back during practice. Both have
CLEVELAND – All day, Clevelanders were jubilant and optimistic about the season opener at Quicken Loans Arena. After four long years, LeBron James’ return to the Cavs and his home region would take its next step. For many fans, the previous night’s Bulls blowout win was a sign that the Cavs would be able to show up and run the Knicks off the court. With a city in a 50-year championship drought, the Cavs are clearly enabled to end the streak. Championships
When LeBron James left the Miami Heat to make his return to the Cleveland Cavaliers over the summer, most Heat fans – yes, they are out there – understood the decision and appreciated the two championships James brought to the franchise. It’s never easy to watch your best player go, though, and some of the fans in Miami were naturally upset. Add Dan Le Batard, host of the show “Highly Questionable”, to that list. It was stated earlier in the summer that more
With Day 3 of the 2014-15 NBA regular season is officially in the record books. all 30 teams have now completed their preliminary games. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Clippers were the final two squads to take the court, and they did so in a pair of high-octane games. Those were only two competitors on an evening in which 10 teams took part in five outings. During those games, the face of the NBA returned to his former team, a
The King has finally returned. LeBron James is back playing in his first game for his hometown Cleveland Cavaliers since May 11, 2010. But he’s not the only thing returning to the court in Cleveland. James was wondering whether or not he should bring back his signature pre-game chalk toss. So, how did he decide on what to do? He left it up to the fans. Again.