SH Blog: The Three-Man Weave, Trade Deadline Recap

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The NBA trade deadline has passed and the biggest name on the market, Josh Smith, was not traded. In this edition of the three-man weave, we will determine who the winners and losers were, who should have made a trade that didn’t, and which GMs will be hiding in their office (or leaving it.)  [Read more…]

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Five Fast Facts from NBA Games: 2.21.13

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The NBA trade deadline came and went on Thursday, as eight deals were made. Find out who the real winners and losers were.  Only two games composed the schedule in a very light night around the league. Both conference leaders were in action last night and both dominated their opponents while extending their lead. In Chicago the Bulls melted against the Heat while the Spurs stayed hot on the road against the Clippers. Please welcome the Five Fast Facts from Thursday. [Read more…]

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Sheridan: Big Trade Deadline Winners are Milwaukee Bucks, Mark Cuban and Boston Celtics

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Playoff basketball will return to the Bradley Center in Milwaukee for the first time since 2010. And Mark Cuban can ring Dwight Howard’s doorbell at 9 p.m. Pacific Time on June 30. If there were two definitive things you could surmise from this year’s trade deadline deals, those were the biggest two. If you want to make it a threesome, the Celtics did pretty well for themselves, too, by getting Jordan Crawford as the latest backcourt replacement for Rajon Rondo/Leandro Barbosa. Can you say

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SH Blog: Will The Lakers Trade Dwight? Garnett to LAC Dead For Now; Josh Smith Most Likely To Be Traded

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There is an old adage that relates to both the sports and business world: “people are your most important asset.” Since it’s no secret that the NBA is a bottom-line league, as Thursday’s trade deadline rapidly approaches these words of wisdom become even more ubiquitous. But that doesn’t make them necessarily true. People are not your most important asset. The RIGHT people are. [Read more…]

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Sheridan: Five Potential Trades That Make Sense

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We are 48 hours away from the NBA trade deadline. Deals are being discussed, deals are going to happen, and deals are going to fall through. Happens every year. What makes this year different is the new collective bargaining agreement, with harsher luxury tax penalties on the horizon beginning with the 2013-14 season. The luxury tax line is going to act as a hard cap for all but the wealthiest owners – like guys who own gold mines in Siberia. So expect to

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Tweet of the Day: Chris Paul

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The Los Angeles Clippers secured an important road victory Sunday afternoon at New York. They took control in the fourth quarter, pulling away to secure a 102-88 win over the Knicks.  [Read more…]

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Sheridan Hoops Sixth Man Rankings: Week 14

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At this point in the season, with the Feb. 21 trade  deadline approaching, many teams with different situations regarding wins and losses are deciding whether a trade is the right move to make. For most of the teams with a player in this week’s Sheridan Hoops Sixth Man Rankings, there hasn’t been too much chatter. The majority of teams with a stud player coming off the bench is in no need of a trade, because the majority of teams with a solid

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