Heisler on Clippers chances to win the NBA Championship


We’ve been doing an awful lot of writing here at SheridanHoops on the Clippers, and you can’t blame us, eh? There are some former Buffalo Braves fans sitting through storms in the snow belt in Western New York who are in their glory, not to mention a bunch of folks down the road in San Diego who recall the powder blue days of yore.


SH Blog: Ten Christmas Day Observations

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There wasn’t a 50-point showing – heck, there wasn’t even a 40-point outing! – on Christmas this year, but the NBA provided a quintuplet of matchups that helped to put things in perspective through nearly two months of the season. SheridanHoops had an eye on the tube at all times. Below is an observation regarding the 10 teams who participated in the holiday’s hoops festivities: Boston Celtics: They might be hovering around the .500 mark through the first quarter of the season, but this


Tweet of the Day: Mo Williams

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Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate this festive holiday. To those who don’t: “Happy Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or NBA Day.” One of the best things about Christmas Day (December 25th) is that the NBA is the only major sport on television in the US. Christmas day is a basketball fan’s refuge, with five games featuring marquee teams. This Christmas, while the first game was a blowout (with Boston Celtics prevailing over the Brooklyn Nets), the following two games (Los Angeles Lakers/New York Knicks and


Rosen: How the Knicks and Clippers can reach NBA Finals


There’s no question that Miami is the odds-on favorite to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals.  Similarly, either Oklahoma City or Memphis is generally expected to survive the Western Conference playoffs. Even so, there are a pair of dark horses in each conference race that must be considered:  the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers. Indeed, both of these teams have legitimate shots to turn the chalk bets into ashes.