SH Blog: NBA Releases Schedule


It seems as if all we do these days is look ahead. On Tuesday, the NBA officially released its schedule for the upcoming season. Opening night will take place on October 29th which will kick-off the season with three games. We’ll warmup with the Orlando Magic visiting the Indiana Pacers on NBATV, then settle in for two of the better rivalries the NBA has to offer: Bulls/Heat and Lakers/Clippers in the nightcap on TNT.  [Read more…]


Weekly Fantasy Planner: Can the Clips get past the Warriors twice this week?

Evan Turner

Week 10 of the NBA Season coincides with the New Year. The Los Angeles Clippers look to continue to roll with their 16 game win streak. They have done it against a pretty tough schedule and this week it doesn’t get any easier with four games in five nights including @DEN – the league’s best home record, home to LAL in a pseudo home game for both clubs and a home and away against the surprising Warriors, who have no


Week 7 Fantasy Preview

Our colleague Jeff Nichols, whose columns normally appear on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, has escaped the Canadian winter to enjoy summertime in the Southern Hemisphere. We hope to have him back before Christmas. [Read more…]


Week 6 of the NBA Schedule has Chris Paul drooling

On Saturday, we try to help you sort through all of the injury news and rotation updates in the NBA and determine what the impact on your fantasy team is. Included this week was some analysis on the returns of Chauncey Billups, Derek Fisher and Mikael Pietrus. Today, we will preview Week 6 of the NBA schedule, highlight the fantasy friendly  slates, some notable games and suggest some players who are owned in more than 50% of leagues to sit and


Harden, the Lakers and the Week Ahead


 Despite only a handful of games the opening week of the NBA season wasn’t short of headlines. First there was the James Harden trade, then were some controversial extension decisions, the Lakers have started 0-3 and Danny Granger and Eric Gordon were shut down. Every Saturday afternoon, we’ll examine the Week That Was, then review our Depth Chart Updates, the Upcoming Schedule and our picks for Sits and Starts. The Week That Was Lesson #1: The James Harden trade In my Northwest Division preview,


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