SheridanHoops has assembled a staff of distinguished contributors and columnists.
The man who literally wrote he NBA Encyclopedia, Hubbard is an 8-year veteran of the league office and a former NBA columnist for Newsday, the Dallas Morning News and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Click here for his column archive. His Twitter address is @whyhub.
MARK HEISLER Hall of Fame writer Mark Heisler is a founding member and regular contributor to SheridanHoops and Forbes.com. Here is his column archive. His Twitter address is @MarkHeisler.
The managing editor of SheridanHoops.com, Bernucca is the former editor of SportsTicker, a veteran of AP and ESPN, and the most meticulous chronicler of NBA goings-on anywhere. His around-the Association columns run every Monday. Click here for his archive. His Twitter address is @ChrisBernucca.
A retired 18-year veteran of the NBA, Schayes is a Director of Business Optimization at Intensity and a leader in the business of professional sports. Click here for his column archive. His Twitter address is @DanSchayes.
Bobby Gonzalez is a former Division I coach at Manhattan College and Seton Hall University. He has been writing columns for SheridanHoops since March 2014. Check out Gonzo’s column archive.
Peter is the only writer who covered the final NBA games played by Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Michael Jordan. He has covered the league for three decades for The Hartford Courant and The Boston Globe and has written three books on the Boston Celtics. His work also appears in The New York Times. Check out his column archive. His Twitter address is @_PeterMay
Brian is a radio host and sportswriter who has covered the NBA and the Lakers over the last 10 seasons for ESPN.com, ESPNLA 710 and the Los Angeles Times. If you wanna talk smack about alma maters, Brian to Vanderbilt. Follow the smart-ass Tweets of Brian and his brother, Andy, at @KamBrothers.
Andy is a radio host and sportswriter who has covered the NBA and the Lakers over the last 10 seasons for ESPN.com, ESPNLA 710 and the Los Angeles Times. If you wanna talk smack about alma maters, Andy went to Southern Cal while his brother was off at Vanderbilt. Follow the smart-ass Tweets of Andy and his brother, Brian, at @KamBrothers.
Jon Marks has covered the Philadelphia 76ers from the days of Dr. J and his teammate, Joe Bryant (best known as Kobe’s dad). He has won awards from the Pro Basketball Writers Association and North Jersey Press Club. His other claim to fame is driving Rick Mahorn to a playoff game after missing the team bus. His Twitter address is @Hoopman09.
Sprung is a national columnist who loves advanced statistics and the way they explain what happens on the court. He is also the web editor of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. A 2011 graduate of Columbia University’s Journalism School, he has previously worked for the New York Knicks, The Sporting News, Business Insider and other publications. His Twitter address is @SprungonSports.
Our draft guru, Joe is the Editor-in-chief of Pro Basketball Draft, a leading scouting service in the world of professional basketball. Before Joe created PBD he served as an NBPA & FIBA certified agent and scouted players all across the world. Born and raised in Cleveland, Joe also contributes to Fox Sports Ohio and the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Joe’s Twitter address is @Probballdraft.
AJ Mitnick is an American living in Israel and working as an assistant coach in the Israeli Basketball Super League. A graduate of IDC Herzliya, Mitnick is an assistant coach with Bnei Herzliya, following three seasons with Maccabi Rishon-Lezion. His Twitter address is @AJMitnick.
Mike Scotto is a New York-based columnist covering the Knicks and Nets. Click here for his column archive. His Twitter address is @MikeAScotto.
The chief blogger and deputy editor for SheridanHoops, Park is an entrepreneur in Manhattan who lives for the game of basketball and is an unrepentant night owl thanks to those after-hour West Coast games. His Twitter address is @SheridanBlog.
Peter is an accomplished researcher, writer and producer who believes in big ideas and radical perspectives. He spent 10 years as a senior researcher at ESPN (8 specifically on the NBA). He’s been a producer, worked in PR for several NFL teams, won awards for film, shows and segments. He’s been nominated for three Emmy awards. He provides content for the best of the best – NBA front office executives, coaches broadcasters and writers. Check out his Twitter page @PeteNewmann.
“Coach” Kent is a Canadian national who writes the daily fantasy basketball column for SheridanHoops.com. A veteran of the harness racing industry, he has made a living off of professional sports — especially the kinds that offer some sort of wagering action — since before many of you were born. His Twitter is @SheridanHoopsFantasy.