Warriors, Bucks Enter 2019 NBA Playoffs as Favorites

The Warriors remain extremely short favorites to win the 2019 title, to no one’s surprise betting on sporting events is more popular than ever – especially the NBA playoffs. The more interesting debate is in the Eastern Conference, where sportsbooks are finally buying into the Bucks’ historic 60-win season. It wasn’t until mid-March that MilwaukeeContinue reading “Warriors, Bucks Enter 2019 NBA Playoffs as Favorites”

Kevin Durant Named 2018 NBA Finals MVP, Warriors Sweep Cavaliers

Led by Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors repeated as NBA champions by sweeping the Cleveland Cavaliers¬† convincingly on Friday night 108-85. Durant, who was named as Finals MVP for the second time in his career, had a triple double alongside Curry’s 37 points that included 7 three-pointers made. The 29-year-old DurantContinue reading “Kevin Durant Named 2018 NBA Finals MVP, Warriors Sweep Cavaliers”

Stephen Curry to Repeat as NBA’s Most Valuable Player

For the second straight season, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry will be named the NBA’s most valuable player for the 2015-2016 season, according to Marc Stein of ESPN. Curry will become the 3rd point guard in NBA history to win the honor in back-to-back seasons joining Magic Johnson and Steve Nash. Curry willContinue reading “Stephen Curry to Repeat as NBA’s Most Valuable Player”

Klay Thompson Knocks Off Teammate Stephen Curry to Win Three-Point Contest

After losing last year’s three-point contest to Stephen Curry, Warriors guard Klay Thompson recently said he wants to give his teammate a little payback for that, and he did just that. Thompson beat out Curry in the final round after Curry beat out Suns rookie Devin Booker. Thompson edge Curry by four points, scoring 27.Continue reading “Klay Thompson Knocks Off Teammate Stephen Curry to Win Three-Point Contest”

Splash Brothers & James Harden Headline Three Point Contest

We all remember last year when Warriors guard Stephen Curry took over the NBA’s three-point contest and won. (shocker, I know) Curry will return to the event to defend his title, and he will be joined by fellow teammate Klay Thompson, who of course is second in the NBA with total threes made at 155Continue reading “Splash Brothers & James Harden Headline Three Point Contest”

LeBron, Kobe, Curry, Durant Headline 2016 NBA All-Star Starters

The 2016 NBA All-Star Game will be in Toronto, and it will be the 18th and final All-Star game in the historic career of Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. Bryant, who of course announced earlier this season that he would retire after this year, was the leading vote-getter 1,981,614 votes. Bryant was also the leading vote-getterContinue reading “LeBron, Kobe, Curry, Durant Headline 2016 NBA All-Star Starters”

Warriors’ Draymond Green Deserves More Respect

Last NBA season, Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green emerged onto the scene, averaging 11.7 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.7 assists, and 1.3 blocks per game. Those of course were of course career highs for the man out of Michigan State, and so far this season, Green has done even better for the Warriors thatContinue reading “Warriors’ Draymond Green Deserves More Respect”

VIDEO: Every 3-Pointer Hit by Stephen Curry During Warriors 24-0 Start

Stephen Curry has tripled home over 120 three-pointers this year, keeping him on pace to destroy his own record for most three’s in a season. The 120 plus triples also have him way ahead of the rest of the NBA, as Kyle Lowry is just over 70 on the year. It’s no secret that CurryContinue reading “VIDEO: Every 3-Pointer Hit by Stephen Curry During Warriors 24-0 Start”

MVP Watch: Steph and PG13 Top the Leader Board

I’m having a hard time choosing between who’s been the best player in the NBA so far this season. Yes, that may sound like a crazy statement with the way Warriors guard Stephen Curry is shooting the ball this year at a 45% clip from three point land, but I am going out east andContinue reading “MVP Watch: Steph and PG13 Top the Leader Board”

WATCH: Emmanuel Mudiay Destroys Steph Curry’s Ankles

The Golden State Warriors improved to 15-0 on Sunday night by defeating the Denver Nuggets 118-105, tying them for the best start in NBA history alongside the 1948-1949 Washington Capitals. Stephen Curry was again great, scoring 19 points and dishing out 7 assists, but Nuggets rookie Emmanuel Mudiay was ready to put the MVP onContinue reading “WATCH: Emmanuel Mudiay Destroys Steph Curry’s Ankles”

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