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  • Kevin Durant 

    Durant makes NBA history in Warriors' playoff win over Cavaliers

    Kevin Durant made NBA history on Wednesday in game three of the NBA Finals. Durant became only the third player ever in NBA history to record 25 points or more in each of his first eight games in the NBA Finals. A native of Suitland, Maryland, Durant accomplished the feat in the Warriors' 118-11...
  • Five teams to challenge Warriors in 2018

    Five teams to challenge Warriors in 2018

    With the Golden State Warriors on the precipice of winning the NBA title, it’s not too soon to start looking ahead to 2018. Thus far, no team has proven to be a match for the loaded Warriors, who should return their core next season. Here are five teams, with a couple tweaks, that could pose a...
  • Rascal Flatts to perform the National Anthem at Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals in Cleveland

    Rascal Flatts to perform the National Anthem at Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals in Cleveland

    Country music trio Rascal Flatts will perform the National Anthem at Game 3 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland on June 7, the team announced this morning. The anthem will be broadcast as part of ABC’s coverage of the "three-match" Finals between the Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, which kicks off...
  • NBA Finals receive strong ratings

    NBA Finals receive strong ratings

    Despite the large scoring disparity in Games 1 and 2 of the NBA Finals, viewers are tuning in at a record rate. In fact, the first two games have received the highest ratings since 1998 when Michael Jordan secured his final ring. According to numbers released by Nielsen, 19.6 million viewers have...
  • Stephen Curry 

    James and Curry make NBA Finals history

    For only the first time in NBA Finals history, players on opposing teams recorded a triple double on Sunday. LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors each recorded in the double digits in points, rebounds and assists. The Warriors beat the Cavaliers 13...
  • Top 5 changes Cavaliers can make in Game 3

    Top 5 changes Cavaliers can make in Game 3

    The NBA Finals appear headed for a quick conclusion, but the Cleveland Cavaliers can attempt a few adjustments to try and slow down the Golden State juggernaut. 1. Slow the pace: If the Cavs think they’re going to beat the Warriors at their pace, they’re sorely mistaken. Even without Kyrie Irving...
  • Brooklyn Nets’ Top 5 Draft Targets

    Brooklyn Nets’ Top 5 Draft Targets

    If the NBA Finals have taught us anything, it’s that a lot of teams are nowhere near contention. The Cleveland Cavaliers steamrolled their way to the Finals, yet they’re looking at being swept. Their model is one to emulate, especially for non-playoff teams. Not counting Kevin Durant–and Andre...
  • NBA Finals tickets: Warriors fans may want to head to Cleveland for games 3 and 4

    NBA Finals tickets: Warriors fans may want to head to Cleveland for games 3 and 4

    Well, that escalated quickly. After a close, hard-fought opening quarter, the Golden State Warriors pulled away from the Cleveland Cavaliers for a decisive 113-91 victory in Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals on Thursday night. The blowout marked Golden State’s 13th straight win in the playoffs and their...
  • Could Klay Thompson be the odd man out in Golden State?

    Could Klay Thompson be the odd man out in Golden State?

    Klay Thompson is regarded by many as one of the league’s best shooting guards, but his talents still have him relegated to the fourth best option on the Golden State Warriors. When Kevin Durant signed with the Warriors, many wondered whose play would suffer. The answer, apparently, is Thompson...
  • NBA Finals tickets: Flash Seats has official Cavaliers tickets available for games 3 and 4

    NBA Finals tickets: Flash Seats has official Cavaliers tickets available for games 3 and 4

    Tickets to games 3 and 4 of the NBA Finals in Cleveland are still available, but they’ll be gone in a flash. With the highly-anticipated Finals “threematch” between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors set to tip off tonight at 6pm from Oracle Arena in Oakland, fans are scrambling for...
  • Pat Monahan of Train to sing the National Anthem at Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals

    Pat Monahan of Train to sing the National Anthem at Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals

    At the NBA Finals, the third time looks like a charmer. The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will face off in the NBA Finals for a third straight year, a remarkable and unprecedented clash of the league’s two best teams (and players). As the teams and fans get ready for the series, the...
  • Kevin Durant calls out other teams for lack of parity

    Kevin Durant calls out other teams for lack of parity

    The NBA season has played out exactly as many scripted prior to the season. When Kevin Durant made the decision to sign with the Golden State Warriors, the Finals were basically set in stone. Golden State would face Cleveland. With the predictions becoming reality, the league has had to endure...
  • LeBron James, Cavaliers set to face Warriors in third straight NBA Finals

    LeBron James, Cavaliers set to face Warriors in third straight NBA Finals

    If the NBA season was one thing, it was predictable. The Cleveland Cavaliers punched their ticket to the NBA Finals, where they will meet the Golden State Warriors for the third straight year. The Cavs and Warriors have split their previous two meetings, with Golden State winning in six games in...
  • Top 5 NBA problems

    Top 5 NBA problems

    With the NBA Finals set to begin on June 1, the league should get a riveting finish to an interesting season. The year went well for a handful of teams, but commissioner Adam Silver will need to face a few hard truths in the offseason. The following are the top five problems facing the league today...
  • Stephen Curry 

    Warriors getting balanced scoring in NBA Playoffs

    The Golden State Warriors have the two games to zero lead in the Western Conference Final of the 2017 NBA Playoffs, and a major reason for their playoff success has been their balanced scoring attack. In game two on Tuesday, seven Warriors players reached double digits in scoring in their 136-10...
  • Gregg Popovich unleashes rant after Kawhi Leonard injury

    Gregg Popovich unleashes rant after Kawhi Leonard injury

    The NBA postseason has always provided some entertaining press conferences. In 2016-17, Memphis head coach David Fizdale delivered the holy grail of tirades, accusing officials of ignoring calls against the Grizzlies in favor of the veteran San Antonio Spurs. He famously echoed the line, “Take that...
  • Stephen Curry 

    Warriors deliver epic comeback against Spurs in NBA Playoffs

    The Golden State Warriors delivered a legendary comeback against the San Antonio Spurs in game one of the Western Conference Finals from the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on Sunday. The Warriors came back from a 25-point deficit to beat the Spurs 113-111. With the win, the Warriors take a one...
  • Leonard’s value apparent in loss to Warriors

    Leonard’s value apparent in loss to Warriors

    Even though the MVP award is a regular season trophy, the 2016-17 playoffs have gone a long way in determining a player’s overall value. Neither LeBron James nor Kawhi Leonard will win the award–which seems destined for James Harden or Russell Westbrook–but both have settled the debate in these...
  • Houston Rockets pose greatest threat to Golden State Warriors in Western Conference

    Houston Rockets pose greatest threat to Golden State Warriors in Western Conference

    The NBA’s worst kept secret–since July–is that the Golden State Warriors are likely going to win the NBA championship. They boast four of the league’s top 15 players, making an upset increasingly unlikely. Conventional wisdom has had the San Antonio Spurs as the greatest threat in the Western...
  • Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green is controversial on and off the court, but he's also one of the reasons why the Warriors will win

    Warriors are big favorites to win NBA title as playoffs begin

    The Golden State Warriors cruised to the best record in the National Basketball Association for the third season in a row this year, winning 67 games. On paper, the Warriors are the strong favorite to win the NBA title, which would be the team's second in three years if the Golden State squad can...
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