Bernucca: Lakers aren’t only team with serious issues

220px-Lionel-hollins

Think the Lakers have problems?  Well, yeah, they do. But if you get all of your NBA news from the Worldwide Leader, you would think the Lakers are the only team that has problems. But this week, three teams with better records than the Lakers started showing some cracks in their foundations. Of course, they don’t have the same 12-car pile-up quality that the Lakers’ problems have, so their issues are overlooked.

Read more...

Kyrie Irving out a month with finger fracture

Kyrie Irving

Cleveland Cavaliers star guard Kyrie Irving will miss a month recovering from a hairline fracture in his left index finger. The said Irving had an MRI and CT scan Monday at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health that revealed the non-displaced fracture. Irving will not have surgery but rather will be treated with taping and a splint. Irving is expected to miss four weeks. He will be re-evaluated in two weeks, when his status will be updated.

Read more...

SH Blog: Full NBA schedule released, Heat and Celtics headline season opener

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade

Around this time last season, the NBA was clouded with uncertainty due to the likelihood of a lockout – which of course, actually occurred and caused us to miss 16 games. The NBA released the upcoming season’s schedule today full of exciting and intriguing matchups such as the Miami Heat opening the season against the Boston Celtics. The best part of the release is knowing that every single game will happen no matter what David Stern and Billy Hunter wish

Read more...

SH Blog: Writers blast James Dolan, SI interviews Jeremy Lin, MSG stock heavily drops

James_Dolan

James Dolan let Jeremy Lin walk for absolutely nothing. Was it a mistake? According to a number of writers, it was a huge mistake, and the big fall of MSG stock appears to strongly back up the notion. See why Dolan may have made one of his worst moves as an owner (and that’s saying a lot) below. You’ll also find Lin’s interview with SI to have a better understanding of what he went through during his time as a Knicks

Read more...

Grizzlies officially sign Gilbert Arenas

ArenasOrlando

Gilbert Arenas is back in the NBA, officially signing Tuesday with the Memphis Grizzlies. Released under the amnesty clause in December – and still due more than $60 million from the Orlando Magic – Arenas worked out for the Grizzlies on Monday. The Memphis Commercial-Appeal reported that Arenas appeared slender and shot the ball well during the workout. The Grizzlies could use Arenas’ shooting ability as they are next to last in the NBA with 3.8 3-pointers per game. Arenas also can

Read more...