The Cleveland Cavaliers are in. LeBron James' squad reigns supreme in the East after a 118-88 trouncing of the Atlanta Hawks in Game 4 to sweep the series and move on to the NBA Finals. Now, there's the matter of which Western Conference...Show More Summary
Going 2-of-45 is hardly an accomplishment in basketball, but the Cleveland Cavaliers should be thrilled with these new figures. For just the second time in their 45-year franchise history, the Cavaliers have advanced to the NBA Finals. Show More Summary
LeBron James booked his place in the NBA Finals for the fifth straight year when the Cleveland Cavaliers crushed the Atlanta Hawks 118-88 on Tuesday to complete a 4-0 sweep of the Eastern Conference Final.
As exciting and unpredictable as the 2014-15 regular season was, the NBA's Eastern and Western Conference Finals have been anything but. With a 118-88 Game 4 win over the Atlanta Hawks, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers officially...Show More Summary
LeBron James scored 23 points, Kyrie Irving returned after missing two games and the Cleveland Cavaliers reserved a spot in the NBA Finals with a 118-88 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night to win the Eastern Conference title.
The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Atlanta Hawks Tuesday, sweeping them and reaching the NBA Finals. During the Cavs postgame press conference, J.R. Smith snapped an Instagram selfie with LeBron James and Tristan Thompson. Enjoy!
With about five minutes to go in the first half of Game 4, LeBron James reminded the Atlanta Hawks why he’s the King of these Eastern Conference Finals. LBJ angrily pinned DeMarre Carroll’s layup attempt off the glass on one end, and in the blink of an eye he was spinning out Al Horford for a silky smooth finish on the other. Show More Summary
Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard will not be suspended for Game 5 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors after the NBA decided to uphold his flagrant 1 foul.
Many were in a celebratory mood after the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals Monday night, but that changed when some, including All-Star center Dwight Howard, were strandedShow More Summary
After recently placing a curse on Houston Rockets star James Harden, rapper and Golden State Warriors fan Lil B will be in attendance at Wednesday's Game 5 to see his hex in action. Behind 45 points and nine rebounds from Harden, Houston staved off elimination by pulling out a 128-115 victory in Game 4. Show More Summary
Behind a scorching three-point-shooting performance, the Houston Rockets kept their season alive with a Game 4 victory against the Golden State Warriors. However, the Rockets still face a steep uphill climb in the 2015 Western Conference...Show More Summary
HOUSTON — The easy stories to write are when the ends justify the means. Stephen Curry did not lead an inspiring Golden State Warriors comeback Monday night. He took the scariest fall of his life, smashed the back of his head on theShow More Summary
Three straight defeats at the hands of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have delivered unwelcome clarity to the reeling Atlanta Hawks. The stakes of Game 4 on Tuesday could not be simpler: Either the Hawks win to extend the greatest...Show More Summary
With three Golden State Warriors defenders between him and the basket, Houston Rockets star James Harden showed off his great vision by connecting with Dwight Howard on an alley-oop in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. Harden drew all three defenders and got them off their feet, giving Howard plenty of open space to work with. Show More Summary
It’s an unwritten rule in sports that a player shouldn’t lose his starting spot due to injury. Well, the New Orleans Pelicans must bend that rule over their knee and snap it in half next season. Tyreke Evans should enter 2015-16 as the...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors have been the NBA's best team all season long, while many assumed entering the 2014-15 campaign the Cleveland Cavaliers would be in that spot, so it is only fitting that they will meet in the NBA Finals with...Show More Summary
SEC ups fixed opponents from 1 to 3 for '15-'16
Big 12 tournaments held at the Sprint Center have averaged more than 18,000 fans per session.
SEC tweaks basketball schedule format to increase permanent home-and-home rivals from 1 to 3
It's the series that NBA fans have been clamoring for all season long, and now we get it: Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. It's the league's MVP against its most iconic player. Show More Summary