SH Blog: Stephen Jackson injured tripping over server, Lacob says Bogut getting “much closer”

Stephen Jackson

When will the league implement rules to keep things as far away as possible from the basketball court? Time and time again, we see players get tripped up or sprain an ankle from cameramen sitting closer to game action than they really should be. It’s not their fault because that’s what the job requires, and more importantly, no one tells them not to be that close. The fault lies in the league’s unwillingness to compromise for the safety of the players. Earlier


SH Blog: Lou Williams is returning home, Steve Novak isn’t


NBA exhibition games have started, and we’re all counting down the days until Opening Night. In the meantime, we’re running a series of 30 guest columns on why fans of almost any team in the NBA can feel positive (we haven’t done the Bobcats yet. Or the Rockets. Both are coming this week) The latest installment covers the Pacers, and is written by Tom Lewis of Indy Cornrows. Also, Nick Gibson has his first Euroleague column of the season, as play has already


The Bernucca List – Edition 22


Could the season be over already? This is the last regular-season edition of The Bernucca List, our weekly test of your NBA knowledge. It’s been fun and challenging coming up with these lists, and we hope it has been the same for you. Last week’s list was correctly solved by reader KleRoi, who answered, “Teams that never have reached the conference finals.” Believe it or not, the Atlanta Hawks are on the list. They are the only team that predates the formation of