Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr reports that he’ll “be out for the summer,” this after undergoing surgery on his back Tuesday in Los Angeles. Kerr, 49, has been The post Steve Kerr Had Back Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
Stephen Curry, star of the NBA Finals-winning Golden State Warriors, covers our annual Champs issue. The post SLAM 191 is On Sale Now! appeared first on SLAMonline.
Winning Wimbledon this year would mean several things for Serena Williams’s already illustrious career: It would put her one U.S. Open championship away from a calendar year Grand Slam, something that hasn’t been done in women’s singles...Show More Summary
UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash. — All that is gold doesn't glitter. This wasn't pretty, but golf's Golden Child is now halfway to the Grand Slam. Jordan Spieth won the U.S. Open on Sunday in a completely different fashion than he did the Masters just two months prior. Show More Summary
Draymond Green used the red carpet following the Golden State Warriors parade to adopt a very shaky, goofy voice and twist the knife for the Cavs, reminding the world that, yes, they lost, and no, they weren’t at the parade. It didn’t seem mean spirited, but it did seem like something…odd. Ok. I’ll say it. […]
LeBron James admitted that he had a “slight headache” after slamming his head into a courtside camera in Game 4 of the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors had no The post Andrew Bogut Says LeBron James ‘Jumped Into the Cameraman’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
As the Golden State Warriors made a run late in the second quarter of Game 1 of the 2015 NBA Finals, Warriors forward Draymond Green got Oracle Arena rocking with a thunderous dunk. Green's slam gave Golden State a 43-39 lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers with less than three minutes remaining in the first half Thursday night. Show More Summary
99 NBA players out of 100 would have slammed home this alley-oop for two points, but Golden State was never been interested in baskets that are only worth two points. Thompson should have to run sprints at practice for ruining this perfect highlight.
Even Stephen Curry couldn't resist the temptation to celebrate the assist he dished to Andrew Bogut on Thursday night. The pass led to the slam that extended the Golden State Warriors' lead to 96-89 in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets on Thursday night. Show More Summary
The tight game that saw James Harden lose the ball in the final seconds which allowed Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors to take a 2-0 series lead was TV ratings gold for ESPN.
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is battling a cold, but it didn't appear to hinder him too much Thursday night in the first quarter against the Houston Rockets. Bogut exploded behind Dwight Howard and used one hand to slam home a big alley-oop from Stephen Curry in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals. [NBA] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Golden State Warriors, lead by NBA MVP Stephen Curry, took a commanding 3-2 series lead in their 98-78 win over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 5, ESPN reported. Curry had 18 points, making six 3-pointers. Klay Thompson had 21 points, ending his scoring drought in the Western Conference Semifinal series. Show More Summary
By Dan Ambrose: Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya sent some negative tweets about the outcome of the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Manny Pacquiao fight last Saturday night, saying that he’s [...] More boxing news on BoxingNews24.com
For 19 Kids & Counting star Derick Dillard, the golden rule might not apply to animals. After a “disturbing” video of Jill Duggar‘s husband “purposely” hurting a cat, PETA released… READ ON
The Memphis Tigers took on the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Saturday night. So far, the highlight of the game has been this incredible alley-oop to Tigers junior Shaq Goodwin. Teammate Trahson Burrell received the ball on a breakaway and quickly threw it off the glass to a streaking Goodwin, who slammed it home with authority. Show More Summary
Sometimes the ball just bounces your way. During Friday night's matchup between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors, Russell Westbrook drove through the lane to throw down one of his patented jams. Oklahoma City's star point guard ended up getting way more rim than he planned. Show More Summary
On the surface, legalizing marijuana in California next year seems like a slam dunk. No other part of the country is more economically and culturally accepting of cannabis than the Golden State, where three northern counties produce the vast majority of the nation's domestically grown weed. Show More Summary
After getting jokingly slammed by both Amy Poehler and Tina Fey (and then a little bit more by Don Cheadle and Julianna Marguiles), George Clooney showed the audience who's boss when he took the stage at the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards to accept the Cecil B. Show More Summary
Why are the Golden Globes the most fun of all the award shows? Because they take the most risks! Not that having Tina Fey and Amy Poehler host was a risk, obvi. But these funny ladies did NOT play it safe! They made fun of Emma Stone's eyes, announced which actors they would bang, and totally did [...]
In case you didn't know, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has some serious skills. On Christmas evening against the Los Angeles Clippers, Curry showed off some of that elite playmaking ability. In the first quarter, Steph split two defenders with a nice crossover, then hit Marreese Speights with a slick pass for the slam dunk. Show More Summary