Despite the fact that the San Antonio Spurs were without Tim Duncan and the fact that they lost by their largest margin in three years earlier this week, they came back in a big way last night crushing the Houston Rockets 130-99 on their home court...
The Golden State Warriors are tearing through the NBA like the other teams are a bunch of small fry squads, while the Philadelphia 76ers are limping through like they're one of those small fries other teams long to play.
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.
This weekend, the 2015 NBA playoffs get started. We're going to miss Russell Westbrook and the Thunder, but other than that, the league's biggest stars will take the league's biggest stage on Saturday and Sunday, with all eight first-round series kicking off either Saturday or Sunday.