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The mixed messages coming from the Hornets and Eric Gordon about his knee are confusing. I’m not a doctor and haven’t seen the MRI, but my ‘diagnosis’ is, the desert heat in Phoenix would be a miracle cure. For fantasy purposes, he’s out indefinitely. Sorry about your luck, Gordon owners. You can’t cut him until there’s some tangible news, like another surgery. Tonight, it’s the first Sheridan Hoops Friday Freeroll of the season. It’s completely free to open a FanDuel account


Hornets guard Eric Gordon out indefinitely


New Orleans Hornets guard Eric Gordon is out indefinitely with right knee issues that have plagued him since he joined the team. Asked about Gordon’s status for the team’s season opener Wednesday night vs. San Antonio, Hornets coach Monty Williams said, “He’s gonna be out, and the way I understand it, he’s gonna be out indefinitely until we get some clarity as to what’s going on.” Gordon did not play at all in the preseason due to the knee injury before participating


SH Staff Predictions for 2012-13 NBA Season

Atlanta Hawks v Chicago Bulls - Game Two

Predictions are like armpits. Everyone has them, and most of them stink. I could have used a different anatomical reference than armpits, but my dad reads this site and calls me on the phone and yells at me when I use naughty words, so I am holding back. But you get the idea. The opening of the NBA season means writers at all the national Web sites and newspapers will be making predictions. Most of them will be wrong. But as long as


Tweet of the Night: Chris Paul

Gerald Green

RT @: My bro Gerald Green by far the best leaper...With GAME! (Mannnn STOP he serious?? #WoW)
Chris Paul
That, ladies and gentleman, is Gerald Green. He is officially the best leaper in the NBA – at the very least – until proven otherwise by another player that can actually level his chin with the rim. If this man was a high jumper in the Olympics, he’d rack up gold medals like Usain Bolt. Here are some other reactions about the posted picture:
“@: My bro Gerald Green by far the best leaper... With GAME!”that's un-f'in believable bro lol
Jeff Green
Oh lord!!!!!“@: Chek G Green Out...Greatest Jumper in the world...Somebody prove me wrong...”
Ian Mahinmi
My teammate Gerald Green has the most bounce I've ever seen with my own eyes
Chek G Green Out...Greatest Jumper in the world...Somebody prove me wrong...
David West
Basketball Gods: Can we please have Gerald Green v. James White in the 2013 NBA Slam Dunk Contest? Thanks!
Nate Jones
Kiss the sky. RT @: juvie got hops RT @: Chek G Green out
Holly MacKenzie
This can't be real. RT @: My bro Gerald Green by far the best leaper...
chris palmer
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Morning News Roundup

Kobe Bryant

Here are this morning’s top NBA news stories:“Kobe Bryant of Los Angeles Lakers will miss remainder of preseason due to foot injury,” by Dave McMenamin from “T-Mac starts new chapter in China,” from China Daily “D-Will: Knicks ‘not my friends anymore,’” by Mike Mazzeo from “Andrew Bynum ailing, unable to practice with 76ers,” by Marc Narducci from the Philadelphia Inquirer “Knicks’ Chandler to have MRI on left knee,” by Ken Berger from “Clippers’ Chris Paul rests as Coach Vinny Del Negro prevails,” by Broderick Turner from the Los


SH Blog: Ray Allen explains why he and Rondo didn’t get along


The feud between Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo that helped lead to Allen signing with the Heat has been one of the biggest stories of the NBA offseason, and it’s apparently not over yet. More on that below.First, though, in case you missed it, Amar’e Stoudemire will be out for at least a couple weeks with a ruptured cyst in his knee.Power forwards just keep on dropping, as Kevin Love and Dirk Nowitzki could have told you.Also, we’re having a fantasy


Five reasons to feel positive about the Los Angeles Clippers


(This is another in a series of 30 guest columns that will run in October, when optimism reigns supreme across the NBA. The theme will be “Five Reasons to Feel Positive About … ” We encourage you to follow the authors on Twitter and visit their sites. – CS) Heading into the 2012-13 season, the Clippers find themselves in unfamiliar territory: coming off a playoff appearance and a first-round series victory, with high expectations. After just five trips to the playoffs


SH Blog: Lakers may look to acquire LeBron in 2014, Love broke hand doing knuckle pushups

LeBron James

News has been floating around on Thursday about the possibility of the Lakers looking to acquire the talents of LeBron James when the best basketball player on the planet becomes eligible to hit the market again in 2014. As ridiculous as that sounds right now, it apparently is in the realm of possibility if James chose to test free agency again. Having won a championship with the Heat in just two seasons, though, the chances of him leaving Dwyane Wade