Warriors Say No Decision Has Been Made On White House VisitThe Golden State Warriors say no decision has been made regarding a potential White House visit to celebrate their NBA title.
Finals Loss Leaves LeBron Looking For An Answer To Warriors Dynasty In The MakingAs reality set in over the last few days that he would need even more help to take down the juggernaut by the bay, it's a high probability that he's already assembled a short list of names he'd like to welcome to Cleveland this summer.
Kevin Durant's Non-Foul Looms Large In Warriors' Game-Deciding RunHad Durant been whistled for the foul, Warriors coach Steve Kerr likely would have had to put him on the bench for the final 10 minutes of the first half. Without their best player, the Warriors would have had more difficulty matching up with James and Kyrie Irving.
LeBron Averages Triple-Double But Efforts Not Enough For Cavs In FinalsJames had a spectacular series, averaging 33.6 points, 12 rebounds, and 10 assists but it wasn't enough. When it was over, James went straight to Durant and gave a long embrace to his rival, who got revenge for losing the title with Oklahoma City to James' Miami Heat five years ago.
Warriors Finish Finals In 5, Take Back NBA Title With 129-120 WinKevin Durant scored 39 points, Stephen Curry added 34 and the Golden State Warriors won their second NBA championship in three seasons with a 129-120 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the Finals on Monday night.
Some Buses In Bay Area Announced Incorrect Day For NBA Finals ParadeSomeone at AC Transit, Oakland's public transportation system, got a little ahead of themselves when they mistakenly distributed the detour plan surrounding the Warriors Parade.
This 90 Second Video Demonstrates The Basketball IQ Of LeBron JamesA user on Twitter Sunday broke down LeBron James' Game 4 NBA Final performance, and it really is something spectacular
Warriors' Green Will Be On The Court For This Finals Game 5On Monday night, the Warriors will try again to close out their second championship in three years with the fiery Green on the court to start Game 5 this time.
Irving Saves His Best For When Cavs Face Finals EliminationWhether it's his lightning quick dribble, supreme confidence that doesn't seem to waver or ability to score from almost anywhere on the court, Kyrie Irving seems to be at his best when things look the bleakest for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Cavs Coach Tyronn Lue Pleased By Feisty Turn To FinalsSeven technical fouls, one flagrant foul, stars LeBron James and Kevin Durant jawing at each other and several other dustups.
High-Wire Cavaliers Still Alive In NBA FinalsThe Cavs want to be the first NBA team to come back from a 3-0 deficit in the Finals and win it all.
No Sweep For You: Cavs Unload On Warriors To Force A Game 5 And End Their 16-0 Title BidFor one night in these Finals the Cavs finally showed what made them champions last June with a resounding 137-166 victory in Game 4 in front of a sellout crowd that reached decibel levels that rivaled a jet engine.
Cavaliers Keep Their One Game At A Time MentalityThe Cavs are all positives after a Game Four win and a chance to head back to Golden State.
Draymond Green Says Clevelanders 'Don’t Seem To Be The Sharpest People Around'Following the Warriors' 137-116 loss in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Green once again ripped into the passionate fans of Cleveland.
WATCH: NBA Finals Game 4 HighlightsKyrie Irving scores 40 points and LeBron James posted a Finals-record ninth career triple-double with 31 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds as the Cavaliers beat the Warriors, 137-116 to force a Game 5.