SH Blog: Nelson and Lewis blast Howard for negative comment, Rose considered day-to-day

Jameer Nelson

Dwight Howard sure did open up a can of worms when he called out his former teammates in a recent interview with Kristine Leahy, saying he led a group of guys that no one else wanted on their team. Didn’t Howard say he has learned his lesson when it comes to discussing matters of this nature with the media? It’s well known around the league that the big man simply wants to be liked by everyone. Newsflash: no one is going to


Five Fast Facts From NBA Games 3.6.13

Kobe Bryant

With 14 games on the NBA schedule Wednesday night, there was plenty to look out for and a lot to miss. No worries, SherdianHoops’ nightly feature Five Fast Facts has you covered.  The Miami Heat looked to extend their franchise record 15-game win streak and the Los Angeles Lakers looked to get back to .500. Who went for 40 and who couldn’t buy a bucket? Let’s take a look at the facts: 


Tweet of the Night: Magic Johnson

Magic Johnson

Laker Nation: Can you believe these @ gave up 67pts in the first half to the New Orleans Hornets?
Earvin Magic Johnson
Lets start off with the intro tweet from Magic Johnson: for the second consecutive game, the Los Angeles Lakers gave up a ridiculous amount of points in the first half – 67 to be exact – against the lowly New Orleans Hornets after giving up a whopping 71 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday. Down 67-48 to begin the second half and facing a deficit as large as 25 points, the Lakers looked destined to start their all-important


Mighty Moke’s Free Agent Rankings

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The Atlanta Hawks will have truckloads of money under the cap this season, and most believe that GM Danny Ferry has his eyes set firmly on Dwight Howard. But if you’re Mark Cuban, and Chris Paul let it be known that he wanted to come play for you and with Dirk Nowitzki, do you make a run at him? Or would you go out and try to use the available cap space on, say, Al Jefferson and Brandon Jennings? We don’t know


SH Blog: Ibaka defends groin hit on Griffin, Josh Smith thinks Howard will stay with Lakers


There are always two sides to every story. We saw Serge Ibaka chop down on Blake Griffin’s manhood on Sunday, and unless you have no sympathy towards any man that gets whacked in their jewels whatsoever, you would agree that Ibaka should probably have been thrown out of that game, and a suspension ought to be coming his way. Ask the Thunder forward, though, and he’ll tell you how innocent he was in the whole fiasco. John Rohde of The Oklahoman has