Tweet of the Night: Grant Hill says ranking Stephen Curry ahead of Isiah Thomas is disrespectful

Grant Hill

We’ve already seen Magic Johnson vehemently disagree with ESPN’s rankings of the Top 10 point guards of all-time. Specifically, he didn’t like where his good friend Isiah Thomas was ranked – fifth overall, just below Stephen Curry and John Stockton. Johnson cited Thomas scoring 25 points on a bum ankle in the Finals to explain the greatness of the point guard, but didn’t really provide any other reason for why he feels the way he does. [Read more…]


VIDEO: Hawks’ Jeff Teague on team’s jerseys, Grant Hill


Jeff Teague is continuing to improve his game. He was named an All-Star for the first time last season during Atlanta’s unexpected 60-win campaign. Now that he and the team will not be overlooked this season, Teague took some time to talk to SheridanHoops about his personal improvement on the court, the Hawks’ new jersey and the team’s new majority owner Grant Hill. Click on the box to watch.Shlomo Sprung is a national columnist for SheridanHoops who focuses on analytics, profiles and


Scotto: Playoff Trip Could Add MVP to Davis’ Historic Season

Anthony Davis

BROOKLYN – You know the MVP race is something special when the player leading the NBA in PER (31.4), blocks per game (2.8) and field goals made per game (9.5) isn’t running away with the award. In fact, Anthony Davis is in a five-man cluster on the MVP leaderboard along with – in no particular order – Stephen Curry, LeBron James, James Harden and Russell Westbrook. But when most people are forced to pick one and only one name, you rarely hear


Gonzo: My Memories of Coach K, the Greatest College Coach Ever

Jahlil Okafor and Coach K

I have 1,000 stories about coach Mike Krzyzewski, one for each of his 1,000 wins, but I promise to only tell a few of them. I was a Division 1 coach for 18 years and won 200 games, and winning 1,000 games at the highest level of college basketball is an accomplishment that can only be summed up as unthinkable, unimaginable and something coaches, including myself, can only dream of. I have always felt that the best coaches are the ones who can


SH Blog: LeBron’s Rehab; Hawks’ Sale; Deron Williams’ Injury

LeBron James Traveling for Rehab LeBron James has been rehabilitating his back and sore knee for the past week and is expected to miss another week to boot. The interesting thing to note is not how he is rehabbing it, but where. James spent part of this past week doing rehab in Miami, taking advantage of the warmer weather. And, while he has been avoiding sitting on the bench during Cavs games to spare his ailing back, it is for the warmer


Bucks rookie Jabari Parker strives to become total package player

Jabari Draft

Things did not start out particularly well for young Jabari Parker. Just 2:49 into the first quarter on Monday night, the 19-year-old Milwaukee Bucks rookie and second overall draft pick was called for a questionable charge on new Knicks point guard Jose Calderon. It was his second personal foul of the game and would normally earn a player a quick trip to the bench. But on this night, a preseason battle meant for learning experiences and deciding teams’ final roster slots, new


Tweet of the Day: Shaquille O’Neal Promotes NBA On TNT With Humorous Photoshop Work


The Big Aristotle is back in full-on clown mode. With the NBA season just over a week away, and the NBA On TNT crew is due to kick things off with a doubleheader on opening night, the timing is all too perfect for Shaquille O’Neal to be entertaining fans with a top-notch Charles Barkley and crew Photoshop. What better way to go than to feature the Round Mound of Rebound and TNT cohorts Grant Hill, Chris Webber and Kenny Smith in their


Tweet of the Day: Two NBA Greats Welcomed Into the College Basketball Hall of Fame

The National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame welcomed two of the sport’s all-time greats as part of its 2014 class on Tuesday. Four-time NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal and two-time NCAA champion Grant Hill joined Darrell Griffith at the top of a very unique and diverse class. The induction ceremony, which will be held in November, will also see Zelmo Beaty, an NAIA star at Prairie View A&M. Additionally, two head coaches LSU’s Dale Brown and Maryland’s Gary Williams—both of whom reached the Final