Golden State Warriors will face off with the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2014 NBA Finals (Photo: Instagram)
The matchup for the 2015 NBA finals is set, and it’s not surprising given the talent on both teams. Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors handled the Houston Rockets to move on to their first NBA finals since 1975. The Warriors finals berth comes a day after the Cleveland Cavaliers swept the Atlanta Hawks.
Both the Cavaliers and Warriors share several similarities. Each team has a long history of losing: Cavaliers have never won a NBA championship while the Warriors won three but two were while they were still the Philadelphia Warriors. The Warriors have more of a storied history than the Cavaliers with such greats as Rick Barry and Chris Mullins. The most recent generation of basketball fans, knows the Warriors for the Baron Davis lead squad that upset the top-seeded Dallas Mavericks in the 2007 NBA playoffs. Continue reading →
Lebron James in town for All-Star Weekend in New York (Photo: Getty for GQ)
By Chris Robinson
Pre-game festivities as Cleveland Cavaliers’ All-Star power forward and four-time league MVP Lebron James and GQ editor-in-chief Jim Nelson celebrate All-Star weekend in style on Saturday, Feb. 14 at 20 Exchange Place in New York City.
The evening featured a special live jam session from Grammy Award-winning artists The Roots and guest performances by Nas, The Lox and Raekwon. Continue reading →
Lebron James is heading back to Cleveland (Photo: Instagram)
By Kyle Hutchison
Like Odysseus returning home to Crete in Homer’s epic The Odyssey, LeBron James returned home to Cleveland on Friday afternoon, agreeing to a 2-year, $42.1 million dollar deal. What does this mean for the NBA?
One story that is universally loved in every sport; redemption.
LeBron James went from being one of the most well-liked players in the NBA to one of the most reviled after the now infamous “The Decision” telecast on ESPN prior to his departure to the Miami Heat. Continue reading →
More updates from the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida, as Lebron James, Dwayne Wade, and the rest of the Miami Heat receive their NBA Finals championship trophies following their 95-88 victory over the San Antonio Spurs in the seventh game of their series.
Highlights from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas as the hometown Spurs emerge with a 114-104 victory over the defending champion Miami Heat to pull ahead three games to two in their NBA Finals. Game six takes place on Tuesday night in Miami, where Lebron James and company will look to even the series. Continue reading →
Go behind the scenes prior to the Indiana Pacers’ 99-92 victory over the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. After Tuesday’s vicotry by the Pacers, the series is now tied as the action again shifts back to Miami for gave five.
In this exclusive video by our friend Dennis ‘dSource’ Guillermo, we check out Miami star Lebron James warming up before the game. Continue reading →
At the moment, the Miami Heat are riding a 25-game winning streak as the NBA playoffs inch ever closer. One man who hasn’t been impressed is Boston Celtics guard Jason Terry, who spoke on his rival’s streak prior to their meeting earlier this week.
“[I’m] not really impressed with it or anything that they do,” Terry stated.
During the game, Heat star forward Lebron James would score a nasty dunk over Terry, as seen above.
And in the wake of his showcase, Lebron isn’t bashful when discussing the incident that left Terry on the floor. Continue reading →
On Sunday afternoon in Houston, Texas, the NBA All-Star Game was held and it was a lively, comrpetitive affair.
While the West Coast all stars would emerge with a 143-138 victory, it wasn’t without a good challenge from the East squad. Late in the game, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant came through with a few big blocks on Miami Heat star Lebron James.