To begin the NBA Finals, everyone only gave the Cleveland Cavaliers a fighting a chance against the Golden State Warriors with a healthy Kyrie Irving.
Game 1 of this year’s NBA Finals started off flat with the Golden State Warriors shooting poorly from the field while the Cleveland Cavaliers riding on the back of LeBron James as they took an early lead.
Throughout the course of this year’s NBA Playoffs, Cavaliers head coach David Blatt has been excellent in coming up with different schemes to help LeBron James be more effective with the basketball.
With the first two picks of the draft set to be frontcourt players, the next two picks are again a toss-up between two talented point guards. Even if both D’Angelo Russell and Emmanuel Mudiay play the same position, their games are opposites—each with their own unique set of skills.
The NBA Draft is arguably the easiest way for teams to improve their roster. Each year, every team is given a free hand with how they go about evaluating the different NBA prospects who look to finally make their dreams a reality.
Rico Maierhofer was slapped with hefty P20,000 fine by the PBA seen as a mockery to the game in connection with his attempted block using his shoe.
The Warriors don’t employ a traditional starting unit which features two tall players protecting the paint, two lengthy wing players, and a point guard.
As the Cleveland Cavaliers wrapped up their series against Atlanta Hawks, coach David Blatt and LeBron James shared a heart-felt moment on the sideline.
Barangay Ginebra downed the Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, 93-81, in the PBA Governors Cup matchup held at the Al Shabab Club in Dubai.
The Rain or Shine Elasto Painters survived a 40-point effort from Terrence Romeo, hacking out a 119-112 victory over the stubborn Globalport Batang Pier quintet over at the Al Shabab Club in Dubai.