Matthew Dellevedova quickly vaulted from a relatively unknown NBA player to one that most fans despised.
J.R. Smith didn’t play very well in the NBA Finals, but that won’t stop him from opting out of his contract and looking for a longer, higher pay deal with the Cavaliers. The journey has been long for Smith, playing in the slums of the NBA for a while with the Knicks. But he soon found
After dominating the league for basically the entire season, the Warriors are finally the NBA champions. They got through the gauntlet-of-death known as the Western Conference without much difficulty, losing only three games on their way to the Finals. And when they got there, they were able to shake off a rusty start to run
Riley Curry continues to steal the show.
Not only did Malcom Butler’s interception in Super Bowl XLIX capture another Lombardi Trophy for the Patriots, their fourth in 15 seasons, it also gave the greater Boston area its ninth title in 15 years.
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Harrison Barnes isn’t the star of the attraction on the Warriors, but he flashes moments as a role player that show you just how good he could be. He’s a versatile wing with good size and strength, enabling him to play power forward in small-ball lineups. And his superior mobility resulted in not one, but
Matthew Dellavedova’s been receiving a lot of attention after his Games 2 and 3 performances when he limited Stephen Curry to 19 points and then scored 20 himself. And apparently, Curry and the Warriors organization didn’t appreciate the credit Dellavedova has gotten for being the “Curry stopper.” So, Curry just decided to put an end
I don't want to say game is over but Kanye is at the podium pic.twitter.com/ZU0JozT1NS — Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) June 12, 2015 Kanye West went to Game 4 of the NBA Finals and was apparently unamused. So when the Warriors went up by as much as 20 in the fourth quarter, West decided to follow
When LeBron James gets hurt, even the tiniest bit, he likes the world to know he got hurt. He visibly agonizes in pain until the referee asks him if he wants out, and then he proceeds to shake it off and play like nothing ever happened. But no one ever questions his toughness because he’s
The shot clock winded down on the Cavaliers as Draymond Green switched on to Matthew Dellavedova to the delight of all Warrior fans. The Cavalier tried driving it on Green, but almost predictably, he stripped the ball form Dellavedova. Then, with LeBron James in his sight, Green sprinted to the other basket and took off
LeBron James has put together a historic NBA Finals. Against the No. 1 ranked defense in the NBA, James has averaged 41.0 points per game, propelling his team of spare parts to a 2-1 lead. And James is doing things other than scoring too. He’s averaged 8.3 assists this series and dropped this absolutely dirty,