In what has been an exhilarating, tension-packed series (somehow despite all the blowouts), the Cavaliers and Warriors are all square at three games apiece. Which means basketball fans are getting that rarest of gifts: an NBA Finals Game 7.
As you know by now, the Warriors are NBA champs, knocking off the Cavs, 105-97, on Tuesday night. Right on schedule, the league has released its Game 6 "mini movie," and it's just a exhilarating as the Game 5 one we liked so much.
Despite having played nearly 100 games already during this grueling NBA season, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors still need four more wins to claim the title. The 2015 NBA Finals start Thursday, June 4, in Oakland. Here's a preview of what to expect.
LeBron James has been accused of not showing up in crunch time of the NBA Finals. He may want to consider not showing up in Peoria, Illinois on Thursday, as well. The Peoria Chiefs, Class A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, will hold a “LeBron James NBA Championship Replica Giveaway Night&CloseCur…
I didn't think I could stomach an NBA Finals this year without The Boston Celtics or The Los Angeles Lakers. Or at least San Antonio showing up and doing something. None of those scenarios unfolded this year.