SH Blog: Dragic says he doesn’t trust the Suns, Denver trying to move Lawson, Minnesota pursuing trade for Garnett

With the NBA trade deadline quickly approaching – Thursday, to be exact – teams around the league are scrambling to see what changes they can make to improve their rosters for now and/or the future. Goran Dragic, of course, has been dominating the conversation since it was reported on Tuesday that he wants out of Phoenix. The team has agreed to meet his wishes, and although the point guard has a wishlist in terms of where he wants to end up


Tweet of the Night: Bill Simmons doesn’t think Goran Dragic will end up in L.A, N.Y., Miami or Boston


Some major news broke on Tuesday when it was reported that Goran Dragic wants to be traded from the Phoenix Suns, and the team has agreed to meet his wish. Now the question is, where exactly is the coveted point guard going to end up? According to Sam Amick of USA Today, there are seven teams on Dragic’s wishlist. No one knows exactly which teams are on that list, but multiple reports are suggesting the Los Angeles Lakers are on it.


Curry says he still has a lot of work to do, Schroder hopes to become a starter one day and more from All-Star weekend

Stephen Curry

New York — It’s really hard to be a fan of the NBA and not like everything about Stephen Curry these days. First and foremost, you have the on-court aspect. By now, it’s well-documented that he is one of the most gifted shooters the league has ever seen, and that ability was on full display during Saturday night’s 3-point contest. His game has reached another level in recent years, thanks to his ability to handle the ball like few can in the league.


Dell Curry says Stephen Curry is not even close to reaching his full ceiling as a player yet

Dell Curry

NEW YORK — Former NBA player Dell Curry was on hand at the All-Star interview session on Friday to answer a number of questions about superstar Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, and the proud father had plenty to say about the growing game of his son. Asked what his son got from him and what’s different between the two, Curry said “there’s a lot that’s different” with a big laugh. “I’d like to think he got the shooting touch from his dad,


SH Blog: George Karl agrees to four-year deal with Sacramento Kings, Nowitzki replaces Anthony Davis for All-Star game

George Karl

This deal has been brewing over the last week or so, but it has finally become official: George Karl is now the new head coach of the Sacramento Kings. There were some questions at first about the possibility when a report surfaced that DeMarcus Cousins’ camp was not in favor of the move (for what reason is anyone’s guess), and that was kind of a big deal given Cousins’ status as the face of the franchise. Nevertheless, here’s Adrian Wojnarowski of


Tweet of the Night: Andrew Bogut puts the Warriors’ season in perspective after wild win in Minnesota


As strange as this sounds, the Golden State Warriors will limp into the extended All-Star break. You’d never know from looking at their overall record and it’s unclear what the issue is exactly, but the best team in the NBA has been struggling mightily in recent weeks. The execution on the offensive end has been sloppy, the shooting has come and gone (mostly gone) and the energy level has dropped significantly – at least compared to what we’ve become accustomed to


Tweet of the Night: Daryl Morey takes shot at Charles Barkley, Barkley fires back with epic rant

During TNT’s first game between the Houston Rockets and Phoenix Suns on Tuesday, Charles Barkley said something  about both teams that had plenty of folks shaking their heads on twitter. “Two of the worst defenses in the league” were the words spoken by the long-time analyst, despite the fact that Houston is ranked seventh on defense, while Phoenix is a bit lower at 17th overall. To be fair to Barkley, who has a tendency to make comments as if he were