Or just a Sunday edition. Whatever works for you.
Our Sunday staple here at Sheridan Hoops is Chris Sheridan’s MVP rankings, so of course we’ve got a new batch up today. Just click that link over there.
We also have our weekly NBA notes column from Chris Bernucca, who is salivating at the possibility of a Heat-Celtics first-round series after GMs Pat Riley and Danny Ainge traded insults Friday.
Now here’s that tons and tons of news I talked about:
- NBA.com’s Scott Howard-Cooper talked to Kobe Bryant, who has some interesting talk about retirement: “Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant, saying he does not want uncertainty over his future to drag through 2013-14 and with the possibility of being offered an extension this offseason, will “in all likelihood” make a decision in the summer over whether to retire after one more season. While re-affirming that he is leaning toward walking away after an 18th campaign, Bryant made it clear in an interview with NBA.com he expects to make a call before reporting to training camp and probably even long before that. One factor in the decision is the chance to end all the endless questions. Another is to give the Lakers clarity moving forward, in general, and particularly in conjunction with any contract talks that may take place. “We’ll talk,” Bryant said after piling up 19 points, 14 assists against one turnover and nine rebounds while playing all but 23 seconds of the 103-98 victory over the Kings at Sleep Train Arena. “I’ll talk to my family and stuff and really see if I want to continue to sacrifice as much as I’m sacrificing right now. I’m putting my body through a lot to just try to get ready to play every single night. To do what I’m doing right now, it’s not easy. I’ll tell you, it’s taken a lot of commitment.” Is your sense that next season will be your last? “As I sit here right now, yeah.” “
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