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Cleveland sensationally threw a spanner in the Warriors’ works by winning on the road at Oakland’s Oracle Arena on Tuesday afternoon (AEST). LeBron James and Kyrie Irving starred for the Cavaliers, registering 41 points a pop in what could have been the final match of the season.
Golden State wrapped up their first two matches in California, comfortably accounting for Cleveland on both occasions. The combined winning margin in both games is an NBA record and will have the Cavaliers wary of an ambush in Ohio territory.
The NBA Finals are once again with us for another season and it is a repeat of the 2014/15 deciding series.
The market has gone through a change it hasn’t seen all year – Steve Kerr’s Golden State Warriors are no longer favourites to win the NBA championship for the second straight season.
Last week’s action saw an upset with the Oklahoma City Thunder upsetting the highly fancied San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference and the Thunder continued their giant-killing run after disposing of the Warriors at Oracle Arena; Golden State’s home court.
The NBA announced its MVP through the week and not one person would have been surprised to see the magician, Steph Curry win back-to-back trophies. In fact, all 121 media judges voted him the game’s number one player; the first time that has happened in NBA history.
Can the Warriors overcome the absence of the game’s best player, Steph Curry to sink the Portland Trail Blazers? In all likelihood, Golden State will need the MVP favourite available at the back end of the series. The knee injury he sustained against the Rockets was slated as a two week recovery.
The first round of the playoffs has been intriguing with the Rockets pinching a thriller from the Golden State Warriors, who were expected to sweep the series. The Cavaliers easily progressed through to round two by clinching their best of seven series against Detroit 4-0.
The 2016 NBA Playoffs are finally underway. The Golden State Warriors are the clear favourites to go back-to-back after amassing an unprecedented 73 wins during the regular season, with Steph Curry hitting a record 400 three-pointers!
It has been a record breaking season in the NBA so far in 2015-16. It has also been a historic one, mainly because of the retirement of Lakers legend, Kobe Bean Bryant.
History will potentially be made when the Warriors host the Grizzlies at Oracle Arena on Thursday afternoon (AEST). Golden State is fiercely gunning to break the 1995-96 Bulls’ record of 72-10, and they can do it with victory over Memphis.
As the career of one of the greatest men to have played the game winds down, we take a look at the mind-boggling statistics associate to Los Angeles Lakers legend, Kobe Bryant.
The penultimate week of NBA action should reveal both the Western and Eastern Conference winners. Golden State is heavily favoured to win the west, while LeBron James’s Cavaliers are the most fancied to win the east.
The Golden State Warriors are agonisingly close to creating NBA history. Should they defeat the Minnesota Timberwolves at Oracle Arena, they will become just the second team to register 70 regular season wins and come within striking distance of bettering the Chicago Bulls’ 72-10 record in the 1995/96 season.
With the post season almost upon us and the record breaking Golden State Warriors within reaching distance of yet another major NBA milestone, week 23 shapes up as one of the most intriguing.
We are into month five of the 2015/16 NBA Season, and this week sees some epic match ups take place.
Week 20 of the NBA season will further illuminate the teams best positioned to make a fist of the postseason. Last week finished with one of the most extraordinary upsets in not just NBA history, but recent sporting history.
It is down to business end of the NBA Season. With less than six weeks left until the playoffs, only one team is assured of their spot, the Golden State Warriors.
We are back into the full swing of things after the NBA All Star Weekend.
As we approach the All-Star weekend, just the 2 games will be beamed into our lounge rooms this week.
With nightly cricket now gone for another summer and 2 weeks of sold tennis done and dusted, it’s nice to know that the lovely people at ESPN are filling our empty sporting crevices with some blockbuster NBA games this week.
There are 4 big games being beamed into our lounge rooms this week live from the US and the world’s best basketball competition, the NBA.
There are four big games broadcast in Australia this week and all make for interesting viewing.
As we move beyond the busy Christmas period in the NBA, we now begin the run into the All-Star break and the second half of the season.
Well, it was fun while it lasted. After 23 straight wins, the Warriors streak is over after their defeat in Milwaukee.
Week 7 of the NBA rolls on and as we speak, the Warriors are still undefeated. The broadcasters obviously feel we are all getting a little bored of Golden State’s winning antics as we don’t get a glimpse at them this week.
Week 6 of the NBA is underway and for the first time this year, Australian audiences won’t get a televised look at the champions, the Golden State Warriors.
As we approach the quarter point of the season, the leaders and the strugglers, the challengers and the surprises, are all showing their heads.
Week 4 of the NBA is underway and we’ve taken a look at 5 blockbuster games. First up on Thursday, New Orleans will attempt to cause a major boilover in Oklahoma without their mono- browed main man Anthony Davis.
Week 3 of the NBA is underway, and we’ve had a look at 4 of the Australian broadcasted match ups. On Wednesday, it’s Aussie on Aussie as Joe Ingles travels to Cleveland to take on Matthew Dellavadova and that other guy…LeBron someone?
After a huge opening week of the NBA, week 2 throws up some massive matchups – especially the games broadcast in Australia.
The NBA gets underway this week with some huge clashes. The Spurs will take their new weapon, LaMarcus Aldridge, on the road to take on the Thunder who will be keen to start the season impressively with both Westbrook and Durant on board.
Our constant need for live sport every day is always quenched when the NBA gets underway. After the Warriors surprised everyone with their championship win last year, can LeBron lead his Cavs back to the final dance and finally give the city of Cleveland what they’ve been waiting years and years for?