Sprung: Seven Top Moments From The 2015 NBA Draft

BROOKLYN -- It's incredible how a building's mood can change so drastically every five minutes. From the roaring approval a [...]


Sheridan: Reviewing the Report Cards for All 30 NBA Teams

Way back in 1979, I got my first taste of Jesuit Education in 9th grade Ancient Greek class. On the first day of high at us [...]


Fantasy Spin: Win $100,000 Cash For $3 In Daily Baseball

The main difference beteen All-Day and evening MLB contests at DraftKings is David Price $11500. On a holiday in Canada, be [...]


Mitnick: Top 10 Eurostash Players

You may not have heard of these guys recently, but you might be hearing of them in the days ahead.Sixty players will in [...]

PODCAST: Michael Scotto on NBA Free Agency


The 2015 NBA free agency period in July started off with a bang that lived up to the hype and more thanks to the “Days of Our Lives” soap opera that was the DeAndre Jordan saga, LaMarcus Aldridge signing with the Spurs and many more lucrative deals. With August upon us, we now enter the bargain-shopping phase of free agency. In my latest top 10 free agents list, I updated possible destinations for Kevin Seraphin, J.R. Smith, Carlos Boozer, Norris Cole and


Tweet of the Day: Hakeem’s Dream Shake at NBA Africa Game impresses Vučević

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Hakeem Olajuwon is now 52 years old, but you wouldn’t know it by watching his moves at the first NBA Africa Game on Saturday. The native Nigerian unexpectedly checked into game for Team Africa in the second quarter along with Dikembe Mutombo, now 49. They each wore throwback uniforms from their 1990s Rockets and Nuggets days, and most impressively, both of the legendary centers made an impact on the game itself. Mutombo grabbed four rebounds in just three minutes, while Olajuwon blocked a


Sheridan’s Top 10 Free Agents: Aug. 1 Edition


So the month of August begins with another head-scratcher award for Sam Hinkie. The mad scientist in Philadelphia had earned plenty of props on this site for his acquisition of three rotation players — Jason Thompson, Nik Stauskas and Carl Landry — along with a first-round pick and the right to swap two additional two first-round picks with Sacramento in the early-July deal that allowed the Kings to clear the cap space to sign Rajon Rondo, Marco Belinelli and Kosta Koufos. The


Stoudemire’s Historic Pay Cut is Biggest of Offseason


Amar’e Stoudemire moved into very exclusive company this summer. By accepting the veteran’s minimum of $1.5 million in signing as a free agent with the Miami Heat, Stoudemire became just the second player in NBA history to take a $20 million pay cut. Last season, Stoudemire was on the books for $23,410,000, the final season of the five-year deal worth about $100 million he signed with the New York Knicks in 2010. That was the summer that the Knicks tried to position