The Eastern Conference Final has gone the distance. Six games in, both the Lightning and the Rangers have won three games each, which means the series comes down to one final winner-take-all contest at Madison Square Garden on Friday night. Where: Madison Square Garden, New York When: Friday, May 29, at 8 p.m. Show More Summary
The New York Rangers are 1.5-point favorites for Friday night as they play host to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the deciding Game 7 of the NHL's Eastern Conference Final at Madison Square Garden. What started out as a low-scoring series...Show More Summary
We've seen 3D projections on basketball courts and arena floors before, but the NHL's Tampa Lightning just took the game up a notch. Before the team's Eastern Conference Finals game on Tuesday, it used the playing surface to project a "Bolts of Steel" (get it, lightning bolts) game simulation inspired by the Nintendo classic Blades of Steel. Show More Summary
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall enjoyed a trip to Las Vegas after his season reached its conclusion in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, but the two-time All Star's vacation wasn't without controversy. According to TMZ, Wall...Show More Summary
LeBron and the Cavaliers are on the cusp of giving Cleveland fans their first championship in more than 50 years. LeBron James is one step away from delivering on his promise to those ring-starved fans in Cleveland. James scored 23 points and J.R. Show More Summary
Despite making it to the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Chicago Bulls fired Coach Tom Thibodeau on Thursday. Bulls Chairman Jerry Reinsdorf made the announcement in what some are calling a rather harshly worded statement. “The Chicago Bulls have a history of achieving great success on and off the court. These accomplishments have been possible because of an […]
In a move that has seemingly been years in the making, the Chicago Bulls fired head coach Tom Thibodeau after getting ousted in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. The team announced the news on Thursday: Chicago Bulls...Show More Summary
The New York Rangers staved off elimination by dominating the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final.
Ernie Johnson’s NBA season ended Tuesday night with the Cavaliers’ 118-88 victory over the Hawks, completing a four-game sweep in the Eastern Conference Finals. But the Inside the NBA host is hardly done with his work for the summer,...Show More Summary
Following shootaround, still several hours prior to the opening game of what was expected to be an entertaining and relatively even Eastern Conference Finals, LeBron James sat inside a locker stall next to Kendrick Perkins and Mike Miller, shaking his head and rolling his eyes. Show More Summary
NBA Finals schedule changes are done. The Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors series is now set in stone. The wait for the 2015 NBA Finals schedule to begin still isn’t over, though, as both the Western and Eastern Conference Finals finished a bit early. Show More Summary
The Atlanta Hawks now shift their attention to improving themselves in the 2015 offseason after a disappointing end to a historic campaign Tuesday. The Hawks' Eastern Conference Finals sweep at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers was shocking to say the least, but it shouldn't cause management to panic and make drastic changes to the roster. Show More Summary
Cleveland's four-game sweep of Atlanta in the Eastern Conference finals averaged 6.8 million viewers on TNT, a 7 percent increase from last season's coverage.
Message from Atlanta Hawks to their fans Here’s what the Atlanta Hawks have to say about their own season and playoff run, which ended last night in a 4-0 sweep at the hands of the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals: We had the largest increase in attendance in the NBA and sold out Philips Arena [...]
The Cleveland Cavaliers are in the NBA Finals for the first time since 2007 after sweeping the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. While it's been eight years since the Cavs made it, it's LeBron James' fifth-straight trip to the Finals and his sixth overall. Show More Summary
TNT announced that its coverage of the four games of the 2015 NBA Eastern Conference Finals delivered the top two programs across cable all four nights, with the game coverage and the “Inside the NBA” program. The series, in which.....
There is little question at this point that what LeBron James is doing in the 2015 NBA Playoffs is pretty special. This was most recently proven by his team’s sweep over the #1 seed Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals. However, plenty of questions do still exist about where James [...]
Press release from TNT, May 27, 2015: TNT’s exclusive presentation of the 2015 NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks – a four-game sweep by the Cavs – combined with the Sports Emmy Award-winning Inside the...
The New York Knickerbockers haven’t disgraced a NBA court since April 15 but they still had a notable role in this year’s Eastern Conference Finals…Continue.
Iman Shumpert and the Cleveland Cavaliers want nothing to do with "The Based God's Curse" as they prepare for the 2015 NBA Finals. After Cleveland finished off a sweep of the Atlanta Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals with a 118-88 victory in Game 4 on Tuesday night, J.R. Show More Summary