The latest page in Mike Beasley’s controversial NBA career has been written. The former threat to Derrick Rose as the top pick in the 2008 draft has been released by the Suns after a tumultuous year in Phoenix.
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The Sweet 16 is now set in the NCAA tournament after Sunday’s action. Meanwhile, eight games took place in the NBA on this Palm Sunday. The Miami Heat extended their win streak to 26 and are now a very serious threat to catch the 1971-72 Lakers 33-game streak. In other action, the Nets are now 3-1 on their eight-game road trip after their tight win over the Suns, James Harden lifted the Rockets to a one-point win over San Antonio and
The round of 64 began on Thursday and outside of the PAC-12′s success as a 12 seed and Harvard earning their first ever tournament win, upsets were at a minimum. On a very light night in the NBA, the three games on the schedule saw one upset, as the Blazers won on the road in Chicago, but the Sixers blew their chance to snap the Nuggets win streak and perform their own “bracket buster”. Welcome to another episode of Five Fast Facts.
Sunday was a double-double of it’s own, to use an NBA term, as it was both St. Patrick’s Day and Championship Sunday when they announce the NCAA tournament bracket. Eight games were on the NBA schedule on Sunday. So what else is new? The sun rises, the Heat win. On Sunday, Miami won their 22nd straight game. Elsewhere, the Knicks continued to fall further down the Eastern Conference with another loss on their west coast road trip, the Lakers learned there
Five games made up the NBA schedule on the second Monday of March 2013. The Knicks forgot how to shoot the ball in a California nightmare, the Spurs showed the Thunder who the best team in the West is and the Nuggets extended their winning streak in Phoenix. Welcome to a Championship Week edition of Five Fast Facts.
On a day where the world celebrates relationships, the NBA celebrated two special couples of their own. Only two games made up the NBA schedule on the final day before the All-Star Break. The Clippers and Lakers showed us how to share and take at the same time in a meeting of L.A. rivals, and Thunder and Heat reminded us that old flames can still make our heart flutter. Welcome to a Valentine’s day edition of Five Fast Facts.
Living in a world without limits, SheridanHoops.com’s newest daily feature presents five interesting items from the previous night in the NBA. Seven games were on the schedule on the last Sunday in January. The Lakers gave us a reminder of their glorious past, Carmelo Anthony tied a Knicks team record and the Celtics both won and lost at the same time. Inspector Javert leads us past the bump…”`M’sieur le Mayor,’You’ll wear a different chain!…”