The champs are in trouble. After getting blown out in Game 3 and beaten fairly soundly in Game 4, the Warriors are down 3-1 to the Thunder in the Western Conference Finals. One Warriors in particular who has struggled in dramatic fashion has been Draymond Green. Here’s CSN Bay Area reporting: Green’s performance in a 118-94 loss to [...]
Here's good news for Golden State: It's not over.
It shouldn't be as huge a surprise given their top-5 status, but KD and Russ have been the best players on the court in this series. Sometimes, it's that simple. OKLAHOMA CITY -- Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have grown up since...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors are fast becoming a pale shadow of the 73-win team that stormed through the regular season and there is no shortage of theories as to why the league's most dominant team are now on the verge of playoff elimination.
The Golden State Warriors have been the NBA's most compelling story for two years, fueled by historical statistics, transcendent moments and utterly thorough success. The Oklahoma City Thunder don't care. After their 118-94 win Tuesday...Show More Summary
The Oklahoma City Thunder moved within one victory of the NBA Finals after beating the Golden State Warriors 118-94 in Game Four on Tuesday.
The Oklahoma City Thunder pulled within one win of knocking off the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors with a dominant 118-94 victory on Tuesday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Oklahoma City is now up 3-1 in the Western Conference...Show More Summary
The OKC Thunder take a 3-1 lead over the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. The post Post Up: Thunder Rollin’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Steven Adams sent a pass to Andre Roberson in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals Tuesday night, and it was a pretty fast one. The post WATCH: Steven Adams Sends Fastball Pass to Andre Roberson appeared first on SLAMonline.
Not tonight, Harrison Barnes, not tonight. Serge Ibaka rejected Barnes at the rim on Tuesday night in Game 4…take a look below: The post WATCH: Serge Ibaka Blocks Harrison Barnes appeared first on SLAMonline.
Seton Hall sophomore guard Isaiah Whitehead will remain in the 2016 NBA draft on June 23, sources told The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski on Tuesday. League sources told Sheridan Hoops' Michael Scotto that Whitehead has signed on with Andy Miller and Stephen Pina of ASM Sports. Show More Summary
Look out…Andre Iguodala is incoming for this putback slam in the first half of the Western Conference Final’s Game 4 in OKC: The post Andre Iguodala Gets Up for Putback Dunk (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
After stealing the ball from the MVP Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant dished it to Russell Westbrook…who, as he tends to, forcefully threw one down the rim. The post WATCH: Kevin Durant Dishes to Russell Westbrook for Slam appeared first on SLAMonline.
Guard Josh Hart was a critical piece of the Villanova Wildcats’ national championship-winning team in 2015-16, and he will be back to help them defend the title in 2016-17. He took to Twitter on Tuesday to share his decision to withdraw from the 2016 NBA draft: Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Lowry and DeRozan, who combined for 67 points as Toronto evened its Eastern Conference finals against Cleveland at two games each, have become a two-man force.
Craig Sager keeps a copy of Jim Valvano's 1993 ESPYS speech on his phone. He would play it back sometimes during those long days in the hospital receiving treatment for leukemia.
Upon their return from Canada, the Cavaliers had nothing to declare at U.S. Customs.
Rather than enter the 2016 NBA draft, Wisconsin Badgers forward Nigel Hayes has opted to return to Madison for his senior season. Hayes said Tuesday, "I'm coming back," per the Wisconsin State Journal's Jim Polzin. Although he was the Badgers' leading scorer last season at 15.7 points per game, Hayes saw his shooting numbers drop off in a big way. Show More Summary
Former NBA forward Kermit Washington was arrested Tuesday in Los Angeles as part of an undisclosed federal investigation. Tony Rizzo of the Kansas City Star reported the news, noting a press conference is scheduled Wednesday regarding the case. Show More Summary
You know the stars in this year's NBA draft, but what about the fringe first-rounders teams will take a gamble on in the hopes of unearthing the next big thing? Let's take a look at a few players hovering around the end of the firstShow More Summary