Tweet of the Day: Tony Parker

Tony Parker

While most of the national media attention continues to go to the Chicago Bulls and Derrick Rose, whether or not he will play against the defending champion Miami Heat, quietly the San Antonio Spurs are preparing for their second round series against the upstart Golden State Warriors. Granted, the Spurs have never needed fanfare to get up for a playoff series. And, considering that they boast an impressive 29-0 home record against the Warriors in the Tim Duncan era, internally they


Tweet of the Night: Micky Arison

Arison and the Big Three

As the Miami Heat completed a four-game sweep of the No. 8-seed Milwaukee Bucks with an 88-77 win on Sunday, owner Micky Arison decided to leave the Bucks with some farewell words:

Thanks for the memories Milwaukee. On to Round 2. #LetsGoHeat
Micky Arison


Nuggets vs. Warriors Preview: Five Key Factors

Stephen Curry

The Golden State Warriors are one of the surprise playoffs teams out of the Western Conference this season. Expected in the preseason to make noise if – and only if – Andrew Bogut stayed healthy, the team appeared destined for a rough start when it was reported that Bogut could miss a big chunk of the season – and he did – due to an unstable ankle that needed more time to heal than expected. Despite his absence, however, the Warriors found


SH Blog: Lacob promises championship at some point, Wade doubted career after surgeries

Klay Thompson

Lets talk about the Golden State Warriors. How many people, before the season began, thought that this team could make the playoffs without a healthy Andrew Bogut anchoring its defense? If the number reads more than zero, then we have some liars in our hands because lets face it: no one thought that the Warriors would be good enough in the Western Conference if they couldn’t play defense. Without Bogut’s availability, there was no reason to assume that they would suddenly


SH Blog: Metta’s Miracle; Durant Tells ‘Melo To Take Scoring Title; Will Zeller Join Oladipo In NBA?

Metta World Peace

As the NBA regular season dies down, the playoff races continue to heat up, the injury totals continue to rise and those players in pursuit of an award continue to inch closer together. Well, unless you’re vying for the 2012-’13 MVP. That would be LeBron’s. Lets take a look at the latest news, rumors and injuries from around the league. And then we’ll jump to twitter to take a look at who declared for the NBA draft this summer. 


Bernucca: Ouch! Many Teams Banged Up as Playoffs Draw Near

Derrick Rose

Danilo Gallinari’s season-ending injury this week put the Denver Nuggets in a club whose membership seems to get larger every day. Playoff teams missing key players. There are very few teams who will be at full strength when the playoffs start two weekends from now. But two of those teams are last year’s NBA Finals combatants, which could make for a relatively mundane postseason.