Rondo F-Bombed Rivers; Two Almost Fought


One piece of information that has not come out during the alive/dead/alive/dead Celtics-Clippers trade talks is Rivers’ motivation in wanting to leave the Celtics. It isn’t just that he doesn’t want to be a part of a rebuilding situation; it is because he has an intense dislike for point guard Rajon Rondo. [Read more…]


Mock Draft 6.0: Cavs Love Len and Can Get Shawn Marion


Less than one week until the NBA Draft, and all eyes are on Cleveland. The Cavs hosted all of the top prospects this week, and their board is close to finalized with Alex Len of Maryland goin No. 1 unless the pick is traded. Also, sources tell the Cavs are in serious discussions to acquire Shawn Marion from Dallas in a lopsided trade that would allow them to move up from No. 19 to No. 13 in the first round by


SH Blog: Nuggets offered first-round pick for Rivers, DeAndre Jordan will be happy to play anywhere


Since when do we hear about teams offering up draft picks to acquire a head coach? Strangely, that’s what has been happening with Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers, who has been all over the rumor mill as of late due to his tenuous situation with the team. At first, he was rumored to be a part of the deal that would send Kevin Garnett to the Los Angeles Clippers for DeAndre Jordan and other moving parts.  Then the proposed offer broke


SH Blog: CP3 nudges Clippers to talk to Celtics again about Garnett and Rivers, Ginobili devastated

Chris Paul

Recent history has shown that when you have the chance to acquire proven winners at the highest level, you don’t hesitate over minor details. The Los Angeles Lakers acquired Pau Gasol for pocket change, a few picks and the draft rights to Marc Gasol. They may prefer to have the younger brother if you ask now, but netting Gasol won them two championships. The Boston Celtics gave up just about all the moving parts they could muster to acquire Kevin Garnett. The


SH Blog: What’s On The Line In Game 6? Granger Staying Put? What Will Doc Rivers Do?

Tim Duncan

On the eve of potentially the last game of the 2012-13′ NBA season, it’s important that we reflect on what this night really means. Who better to sum it up than the man who has ended more of these seasons dancing, jumping, hugging and drinking in confetti than anybody else: “In the NBA, rings symbolize status and power. No matter how gaudy or cumbersome a championship ring may be, the dream of winning one is what motivates players to put themselves through