Scotto: Rudy Gay is Available with NBA Trade Deadline One Month Away

Rudy Gay

Need a forward? Rudy Gay is available, multiple league sources tell And the list does not end there. Ryan Anderson is on the wish list of several teams. Josh Smith can be had … again. Markieff Morris is playing again in what looks like a showcase. Terrence Jones’ name is resurfacing again, along with Houston Rockets teammate Corey Brewer — who is eligible to be dealt as of 12:01 a.m. EST Friday. The NBA trade deadline is a month away, and GMs are working


Scotto: Mikhail Prokhorov’s Contradictory News Conference and Brooklyn’s Murky Future

Mikhail Prokhorov

BROOKLYN – Mikhail Prokhorov’s news conference left as many questions as it did answers for the future of the Brooklyn Nets. “Frankly speaking, I deserve a championship now much more than six years ago,” Prokhorov said, one day after dismissing coach Lionel Hollins and general manager Billy King. “I think we have been really bold and we did our best in order to reach a championship. And I still believe with some luck, our results might have been more promising. “But I’ll


How will Stephen Curry improve upon his MVP, championship season in 2015-16?

Stephen Curry

Stephen Curry is at the forefront of the NBA’s statistical efficiency revolution. SC30’s ability to pull-up off the bounce (from anywhere on the court, at any time, with above-average efficiency) has transformed what it means to be a point guard in the modern NBA. When you combine his shooting and playmaking abilities with a Golden State Warriors team that is hellbent on efficiency at the offensive end, you are left with a player (and team) that might be entering their primes.  [Read


Tweet of the Day: Thoughts and Prayers With Chris Bosh

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Chris Bosh’s season may be slowing to a halt as doctors suspect he may have a pulmonary embolism. Just days after participating in his 10th NBA All-Star weekend, Miami Heat center Chris Bosh is now out indefinitely. Bosh was said to have been suffering some pain over the weekend while on vacation with teammate Dwyane Wade and their families. When the pain continued into the week, he saw team doctors who sent him to the hospital on Wednesday for tests. Initial


NBA Players React to Trade Deadline Deals


The NBA trade deadline usually brings a lot of activity with it each year. Thursday, however, there was a surplus of trade activity. It almost seemed as if, if there was a deal to be done, it was done. If you’re looking for the details of the trades, our own Chris Sheridan broke down the trade deadline activity earlier this afternoon.. [Sheridan: Analyzing Thursday’s Trade Deadline Deals — Sixers Win] If you want to know what the players were thinking as the deals


Tweet of the Night: Bill Simmons speculates a coaching gig coming for Mark Jackson

Bill Simmons

There has been much speculation over the past week about who may eventually take over as the head coach of the Sacramento Kings after the team shockingly fired Mike Malone. The Kings had been a surprise team in the West, starting out the season with a 5-1 record behind the play of DeMarcus Cousins. By Nov 26, they were a respectable 9-6, but went onto lose seven of the next nine games after losing Cousins for an extended period of time due to


Former Players, Media Members Lament Loss of Bryan Burwell


Sports journalist Bryan Burwell, who wrote for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and occasionally made appearances on ESPN’s The Sports Reporters and worked as on-air talent for CBS Sports 920 in St. Louis, passed away early Thursday after enduring a brief battle with cancer. He was 59. Burwell was well-respected and well-liked in the industry. His colleague and fellow sportswriter at the Post-Dispatch, Bernie Miklasz, wrote a touching tribute about him. Here is an emotionally evocative excerpt: Until the end of his life,