Lords Of The Ring: Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers each have players chasing first title - Sporting News

May 27, 2017 6:46pm EDT May 27, 2017 6:46pm EDT The main target is Kevin Durant, who is just 28 but gets talked of as a “ring chaser” in much harsher tones. By Steve Aschburner. Published on May. 27, 2017. Updated at 6:46 p.m. ET. The engagement ...

LeBron never believed he could eclipse Jordan - ClickLancashire

Maybe even death and taxes aren't certain anymore; science, medicine, global warming, politics throwing everything up in the air. ON WHAT HE WANTS TO SEE FROM CELTICS IN FREE AGENCY: "We need the best possible player that's gonna help us win, ...

Kevin Durant Says He's Not to Blame for NBA's Parity Concerns - ClickLancashire

The Cavaliers won 12 of 13 games against the Eastern Conference in the playoffs, with all four of their wins over the Boston Celtics in the conference finals coming by at least 13 points. "(Game 4) was a special night for him. After both teams ...

Durant, favored Warriors shrug off parity talk - Duluth News Tribune

Golden State Warriors small forward Kevin Durant (35) drives to the basket while guarded by San Antonio Spurs small forward Davis Bertans (42) during the second half in Game 3 of the Western conference finals of the NBA Playoffs at AT&T Center. Durant ...

Kevin Durant, Warriors have kept egos in check, and results speak for themselves - Chicago Tribune

The Warriors' Kevin Durant celebrates after scoring against the Spurs during the second half of Game 2 of the Western Conference finals on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, in Oakland, Calif. (Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP). Tim BontempsThe Washington Post.

Steph Curry And The Warriors Want To Prevent The Cavaliers From Having Fun In The Finals - UPROXX

There's plenty of bad blood between Golden State and Cleveland as we head into the third straight NBA Finals matchup between the two sides. Way back in October, Warriors forward Draymond Green gave us a look into how Golden State views their ...

NBA Finals Offcourt Preview: A look at the best things Oakland and Cleveland have to offer - NBA.com

For the third year in a row, the NBA Finals will feature The Land squaring off against Oaktown. OK, sure, we'll see the Cleveland Cavaliers play basketball against the Golden State Warriors, but don't forget this is also a meeting of Oakland versus ...

Tim Kawakami: With 12-0 record, Warriors set stage for ideal finish - ClickLancashire

Patty Mills and Manu Ginobili may have played their last game for the San Antonio Spurs after they were eliminated from the NBA Western Conference finals by the potent, record-breaking Golden State Warriors. Stephen Curry stepped up his game with 36 ...

No timetable for Coach Steve Kerr's return — Warriors GM - AppsforPCdaily

Sure, Durant doesn't help the parity problem, but he's not exclusively to blame for it. Kevin Durant can't believe we're still talking about his free agency, nearly 11 months later. The Warriors became the first team in league history to open the ...

NBA Finals: How the Cavaliers can defeat the Warriors - Fear the Sword

A guide to how the Cavaliers can once again upset the Warriors and repeat as Champions. by Justin Rowan May 27, 2017, 12:00pm CDT. tweet · share · pin · Rec. Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports. There's a certain amount of deja vu as I begin to look at what ...

Warriors sweep Spurs to reach NBA Finals - pppFocus

With Golden State completing an inevitable 4-0 series sweep over the Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, the contest became an ode to Argentinian great Ginobili who may announce his retirement this off-season after 15 years in the National ...

Kevin Durant says the NBA's lack of parity isn't his fault - FOXSports.com

In case you hadn't noticed, Kevin Durant isn't concerned with how his decision to join the Warriors affected the overall state of parity in today's NBA. As Golden State was cruising to a perfect 12-0 postseason record, Durant's message to fans who were ...

Stephen Curry sees the Cavs having fun, and he wants 'to do something about that' - CBSSports.com

The Warriors are dead set on avenging their NBA Finals loss from a season ago. Kyle Boone mugshot; by Kyle Boone · @kylebooneCBS; 7h ago • 1 min read. The Cavaliers-Warriors NBA Finals trilogy is exactly the matchup everyone expected. The two ...

Cavs Back to Finals - pppFocus

“I think it's a great thing for the league, contrary to popular belief where everyone says it's boring”, Green said Friday. This year, analysts have been hard-pressed to predict what a Cavs-Warriors NBA Finals would like, considering the lack of parity ...

NBA Saturday: Legacy On The Line For Kevin Durant - Basketball Insiders

The third installment of the Cleveland Cavaliers versus the Golden State Warriors starts on June 1. With the championship score deadlocked at one win apiece, this match third consecutive matchup between LeBron James and Co. and Steph Curry and Co.

Draymond Green Had The Best Quote About The Blowouts, But Is He Right? - The Big Lead

You may have noticed that the NBA playoffs were not very good this year. Too many blowouts. Too much certainty that Cleveland and Golden State would not only win their series, but would win virtually every game along the way to the Finals. It has put ...

'King' James reigns as Cavs-Warriors in the NBA Finals, again - Normangee Star

Maybe even death and taxes aren't certain anymore; science, medicine, global warming, politics throwing everything up in the air. In fact, it should be like the 1957 Finals between Boston and St. Louis, in which the Celtics beat the Hawks, 125-123 in ...

Warriors listed as favorites to win NBA Finals - AppsforPCdaily

He doesn't have six championships quite yet, but second consecutive finals appearances, with four championships and two over the best team's assembled in National Basketball Association history in back-to-back seasons is historic. King James or Air ...

The difference between the Warriors and Cavaliers this season is striking - ClickLancashire

It's finally official. After a brutal first three rounds of postseason play in the National Basketball Association, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors tip off on June 1 at 9:00 p.m. ET. While he doesn't have to carry the offensive load ...

Cavs-Warriors Part III joins past championship trilogies - KRON4.com

FILE - In this June 14, 2015, file photo, Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, left, is guarded by Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James during the second half of Game 5 of basketball's NBA Finals in Oakland, Calif. While there have been 14 ...