Tweet of the Day: LeBron Does a Q&A

LeBron Rose

After a double overtime loss to the Brooklyn Nets, LeBron James took to Twitter and did a questions and answers session. Becoming a regular of the Twitter Q&As, James was having trouble sleeping after his 5 a.m. arrival in Miami. That restlessness can likely be attributed to watching the last overtime on the bench in Brooklyn. James fouled out of a regular season game for the first time since 2008. Miami fell 104-95 to the Nets and were outscored 11-2


Tweet of the Day: LeBron James Now Available in Thigh Form


That’s right. You can now have Miami Heat All-Star forward LeBron James on your thigh. Not literally—like a child sitting on Santa’s thigh. Figuratively, however … most definitely. Just ask Shane Battier who witnessed the phenomenon first hand. He sent evidence to James who has, for our benefit, shared it on social media.


SH Blog: Something is off with Curry’s shot, Deng upset with contract rumors, Wallace blasts teammates again

Steph Curry

Something is wrong with Stephen Curry’s shot this season. When the Golden State Warriors guard shoots, it’s almost never considered a bad shot. The reason behind that logic is simple: it’s not considered a bad shot if you make it. In past years, Curry almost always made shots that would be considered a bad shot if anyone else took it, like this one, for example. This season, however, Curry has simply been off his shooting game. For the first time in his


Sheridan’s MVP Rankings, Jan. 8 Edition: Vegas Baby, Vegas


This is the final edition of the MVP Rankings that will be published from our corporate headquarters in New York this month. As I promised in the preseason, I am heading to Las Vegas to gamble on basketball and write about it on this site, diary style. Wish me luck. I know, I know … they build great big hotels in Vegas because of folks who head out to the desert trying to get rich quick. Myself? Not really trying to get


Sheridan’s MVP Rankings: Jan. 1 Edition: Good Riddance, 2013


The poor puppy pictured to your left was named “Molly.” She didn’t make it through 2013, and she has not yet been replaced. You have to grieve a dead pet for a certain amount of time, and the proper mourning period has not yet passed. So as 2014 begins, we bid a hearty good riddance to 2013. Aside from the expiration of Molly (she was not a puppy, but passed away at the young age of 8), think of all the


Bernucca: Can the Eastern Conference Even Field an All-Star team?


Amid its myriad injuries, its dozen teams below .500 and its 44-98 record against the Western Conference, there is a looming question regarding the Eastern Conference: Can the East even field an All-Star team? A year ago, Kevin Garnett, Rajon Rondo, Luol Deng, Joakim Noah, Tyson Chandler, Kyrie Irving, Brook Lopez and Jrue Holiday were among the East’s All-Stars. You can make the argument – irrefutable in some cases, strong in others – that none of those players should be invited back


SH Blog: Dragic says Hornacek is “a great coach”; Horford unlikely to return for playoffs

Jeff Hornacek Suns

The Andrew Bynum news is dominating the NBA today. Of course, this big news would break on a day I spent a good portion of in the car, driving from my grandparents’ place in New York to my parents’ house in Baltimore. So if you, like me, are still playing catch-up, here’s the basics: The Cavs suspended Bynum indefinitely for “conduct detrimental to the team” and it looks like he’s played his last game for Cleveland. There’s murmurs that Bynum just flat