INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) - There's a four-headed, shot-making, scoreboard-breaking monster out West awaiting LeBron James and the Cavaliers.
Golden State has an unprecedented rise to become the league’s hegemonic best team. The Golden State Warriors might be the best team we’ve ever seen. Don’t scoff — certainly, they’re on the best regular season streak we’ve ever seen, winning a league record 207 games over the past three years. Show More Summary
If it seems like forever since there’s been a game in these NBA playoffs, you’re not far off. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors won’t open the NBA Finals until Thursday, one week after the Cavs eliminated the Boston Celtics. The Warriors have had time on their hands since May 22, when they completed […]
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Mike Brown is ready for Tyronn Lue to pay up on a nearly two-decade-old bet. Yep, Lue owes him $100 and Brown plans to accept it at long last -- perhaps even during the NBA Finals when they see each other.
The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors meet again in a much anticipated matchup. Here's how to watch both on TV or online.
LeBron James is the underdog again? That’s the story as the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors series begins. The 2017 NBA Finals matchup was predictable for a lot of fans and analysts, as it will be the third-straight year that these two teams will face off for the title. Show More Summary
Trayce Thompson, brother of Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson, had his fair share of MLB highlights last season with the Dodgers, including a home run that looked like it never came down. Since then, he’s had a back injury that kept...Show More Summary
USA TODAY Sports' Jeff Zillgitt explains why Cleveland will need a complete team effort in order to beat Golden State.
Golden State's former coach didn't think the Warriors needed Kevin Durant before the 2007 draft; now they're back in NBA Finals with him
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LeBron James Jokes About Going Bald Like Jordan, Tristan Thompson Laughs Last night, LeBron James, his evaporating follicles and the Cleveland Cavaliers booked their trip to the NBA Finals to face the Golden State Warriors for a third consecutive time.
The 2017 NBA Finals matchup between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers that fans waited all year for is officially set in stone -- and one powerhouse squad is favored to take the series. Read more this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The NBA has been waiting for this moment all year: Cavs-Warriors round three. Warriors coach Mike Brown on Tyronn Lue saying the Celtics are harder to guard than Golden State: 'It's cute' Another NBA championship would put LeBron James...Show More Summary
Golden State enters NBA Finals as favorite over Cleveland in their third straight matchup
Golden State and Cleveland are the first teams to meet in the NBA Finals in three consecutive seasons. The Golden State Warriors made history on Monday night with their 129-115 win over the San Antonio Spurs, becoming the first NBA team ever to open the playoffs 12-0. Show More Summary
The smoke is beginning to clear on the 2017 NBA Finals picture. The Golden State Warriors proudly marched over a wounded San Antonio Spurs team for a third sweep in their postseason run to take the Western Conference championship. Meanwhile...Show More Summary
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is not yet ready to return to the bench as the franchise prepares for its third straight trip to the NBA Finals.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is not yet ready to return to the bench as the franchise prepares for its third straight trip to the NBA Finals
Kerr has missed significant time recovering from back surgery. Mike Brown has covered for him. Now, he may have to see it through to the end. Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr won’t be back coaching. At least not yet. Warriors...Show More Summary
ATLANTA (AP) -- The Atlanta Hawks hired Travis Schlenk as general manager and head of basketball operations on Thursday, giving the Golden State assistant GM control of personnel decisions.