Sprung: Introducing The NBA All-Loser Teams

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The NBA regular season ends in less than four weeks, and a lion’s share of the national articles until then will be about playoff teams, playoff contenders, awards and the pursuit of history. For the fans of teams with no hope of a postseason berth, this article is for you. The first annual All-Loser Teams feature three starting fives from franchises that will certainly be drafting in the lottery this year. It excludes teams such as Chicago, Washington, Detroit, Houston and


Sprung: 10 Candidates To Be Dealt at the Trading Deadline


We’re now just 16 days away from the NBA trade deadline, and some players around the league may be wondering if they would have a better situation on a different team. The following is a list of 10 players who would be better served on another team’s roster. Teams that could deal for this list of players is mainly speculation, mixed in with some reports. [Read more…]


Free $300,000 Fantasy Basketball Contest Tonight

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This week, DraftKings is offering Sheridan Hoops readers free access to a fantasy basketball contest on Wednesday night with $300,000 in prizes! All you have to do is pick the 8 NBA players you think will score the most fantasy points during the games on Wednesday night. Draft 1 PG, 1 SG, 1 SF, 1 PF, 1 C, 1 G, 1 F and 1 Utility player while staying under the provided $50,000 Salary Cap. Entry is free for new users! The total prize


Scotto: Mikhail Prokhorov’s Contradictory News Conference and Brooklyn’s Murky Future

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BROOKLYN – Mikhail Prokhorov’s news conference left as many questions as it did answers for the future of the Brooklyn Nets. “Frankly speaking, I deserve a championship now much more than six years ago,” Prokhorov said, one day after dismissing coach Lionel Hollins and general manager Billy King. “I think we have been really bold and we did our best in order to reach a championship. And I still believe with some luck, our results might have been more promising. “But I’ll