PODCAST: Memo to Cavs and Chris Grant: Fleece the Lakers while getting Pau Gasol


The Pau Gasol-for-Andrew Bynum trade talks appear to be dormant but not dead. The Lakers would like to get another worthy asset thrown into in the deal … but so would the Cavs. And you know what? I have to side with the Cavs and general manager Chris Grant on this one. By taking Gasol’s $19.3 million salary off the Lakers’ books, they will drop Los Angels below the luxury tax threshold, saving the Buss family in the area of $20 million.


SH Blog: Chris Paul out 3-5 Weeks; Trade Talk Heats Up; Nash Hopes To Return Soon; How Valuable Is Andre Iguodala?


As the NBA season finds itself some 30-games into the season, we are starting to get an idea of who’s who around the league. For the most part, we know who will be around to contend in April, May and June. But the question today is who will be a real threat? And who will assert themselves over the next two months while Russell Westbrook and Chris Paul are sidelined. Yes, Paul (separated shoulder) is out, too — for those of you who didn’t


Sheridan: What Could the Knicks Get For Carmelo Anthony?


Word on the street today is louder than ever that Carmelo Anthony wants out of New York. How do we know this? Marc Berman and Frank Isola are writing it hard in the New York tabloids, and both of those fellas are as plugged into their team as any beat writers in North America. You can bristle at Isola’s anti-Berman’s tweets – a constant source of amusement for anyone who follows the Knicks – and you can bristle at Berman’s wardrobe, which


Eisenberg: Why Everything You Know About Nick Young is Wrong

Nick Young

The scorer still looks back nostalgically on those summer days in suburban Los Angeles when he would lace up his sneakers, put on his Lakers jersey and head out to the park. Adults and kids of the neighborhood would flock to the playground every afternoon to watch the human mirage in action. He stood tall at 6-6 and had confidence and moves that were better suited for the Staples Center’s hardwood than Reseda’s blacktops. From afar, if you didn’t know any better,


SH Blog: Horford to undergo season-ending surgery, Bledsoe wanted to run his own team

Al Horford

2013 has not been pleasant in terms of all the injuries accumulated in the NBA. Whether it’s Derrick Rose, Kobe Bryant, Marc Gasol, Quincy Pondexter or J.J. Redick, players around the league have missed significant time already due to injuries. Add Al Horford of the Atlanta Hawks to that list, who received the worst news possible regarding the injury he suffered last week. Find details on him and much more below. HORFORD OUT FOR THE YEAR: Horford suffered a tear of his pectoral


Tweet of the Day: Pau Gasol, Marcin Gortat Concern for Michael Schumacher

Michael Schumacher

Longtime popular Formula 1 race car driver Michael Schumacher is in critical condition with sever brain trauma from a fall sustained while skiing at the French Alpine resort of Meribel early Sunday morning. Schumacher, who turns 45 on Friday, and his 14-year-old son were skiing a challenging section of trails with very wide and steep snowfields when he fell and struck the right side of his head on a rock. While he was reported to have been conscious immediately following the fall, Dr. Jean-Francois


SH Blog: Bogut brushes off Griffin’s criticism of Warriors, Udrih unhappy with Woodson

Warriors Clippers

Some claim that it’s a rivalry. Others say it’s simply too soon for that. Whatever you want to call it, the dislike between the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Clippers is officially real. The two teams have been building some unfriendly history since last season, and it carried over into this season when they refused to share a chapel service – a customary tradition around the NBA – before their first game against each other back in October. Things really