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Durant Dilemma in OKC: How Thunder’s collapse will affect NBA
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Golden State’s Game 7 win at the Oracle Arena Monday night entailed
two entirely different headlines for the Golden State Warriors vs Oklahoma City… 819 more words

Cleveland’s Easy Road to The Finals Puts More Pressure on LeBron to Deliver

Following the Golden State Warriors championship season last year, there were many skeptics (aka Trolls) who denounced the legitimacy of their NBA title. Their argument stemmed from the fact that the Warriors continued to face teams plagued by injury; while they stayed healthy. 656 more words


The Thunder stuns the Dubs in Game One; Adams apologizes for calling Warriors Guards "quick little monkeys"

by Jerry Feitelberg

photo espn.com: OKC Thunder’s Steven Adams stops for a post game interview following the Thunders’ defeat of Golden State at Oracle Arena… 392 more words


Spurs Lose Series: Duncan’s Future Up in the Air

Last night the Oklahoma City Thunder dispatched the heavily favored San Antonio Spurs 113-99 to win the second round series 4-2.  Given OKC’s blowout loss in Game 1, if anyone told you that they saw the Spurs dropping 4 of the next 5 games (including 2 at home), they’re full of you know what.  332 more words


Warriors dominate Rockets 104-78; Curry suffers ankle injury

by Charlie O. Mallonee

The juggernaut that is the Golden State Warriors steamrollered the Houston Rockets 104-78 in game one of the NBA Western Conference Playoffs. 941 more words


Kobe Bryant marks unbelievable farewell with 60 points in comeback victory

LOS ANGELES — Kobe Bryant scored 60 incredible points. He carried a miserable Los Angeles Lakers team to an improbable comeback victory.

And with sweat and confetti all over his gold uniform for the final time, he expressed humble thanks to his fans and family for their loving support over two decades. 971 more words


Curry's first double double leads to Kings' win in Phoenix

by Michael Martinez

picture credit Robin Hagy Photography

SACRAMENTO- It all came down to free throws at the end of the game. Fortunately, the end of the game was not constantly fouling the Kings, who gave up a 15 point lead they had early in the fourth quarter. 382 more words