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Sunday Fadeaway Episode 21: NBA Finals Discussions

On this week’s episode of the Sunday Fadeaway, Ryan discusses the landscape of the NBA Finals along with the heroic efforts of LeBron James throughout the entire postseason. He also gives his NBA Finals MVP pick, Finals predictions, Bryan Colangelo and his burner account fiasco and much more.  

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2018 NBA Finals Roundtable: Warriors-Cavs Part 4

It’s part four of the Warriors/Cavs NBA Finals saga. Welcome to our roundtable. Participants: Antonio Losada – @chapulana Kyle Allan – @kallan441 Evan Anderson – @Jordanian21 Felix John-Baptiste – @twosmooth2 1. What’s the no. 1 thing you’ll be watching for in this edition of Cavs/Warriors? Antonio: Cleveland’s second unit–everybody but LeBron–performance,  because I want to know if

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The sacrifices and rewards when it comes to “Ring Chasing”

It wasn’t long ago that David West was a two-time All-Star and a cornerstone for the then New Orleans Hornets alongside Chris Paul. He moved on to a stable starting role with the Indiana Pacers but never had that playoff run he had hoped for. That all changed on June 12th as he helped out

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2017 NBA Finals: Warriors-Cavs Game 2 Recap Roundtable

The Golden State Warriors took a 2-0 series lead in the 2017 NBA Finals with a – win against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday night. Kevin Durant added another stellar performance similar to Game 1 with 33 points, 13 rebounds, six assists and five blocks. Stephen Curry added a gaudy triple-double with 33 points, 11

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VIDEO: LeBron calls chase-down block on Iguodala biggest play of his career

In a wide-ranging interview with Alyson Shontell of Business Insiders, Cleveland Cavaliers superstar forward LeBron James talked about his heroic chase-down block on Golden State Warriors wing Andre Iguodala in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, a play that (along with Kyrie Irving’s cold-blooded three-pointer) tilted the series-deciding game in the Cavs’ favor. Watch below as James

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Rest Assured, LeBron James is Still King

I’ll start by saying this, Wardell Stephen Curry is one helluva basketball player. He’s very deserving of the MVP this year, all of the acclaim and adulation that comes his way as well. The Golden State Warriors’ rise/success coincides with his maturation and growth as a basketball player. 402 3 Pointers made is absurd. Unanimous

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Cee’s Post Game Thoughts on Kyrie & LeBron’s Historic Game 5

The NBA Finals is the biggest platform of basketball play in the world. Last year we were robbed of a true Clash of Titans due to severe injuries on the side of the Cleveland Cavaliers. This 2016 edition, with both teams at full strength, had been anything short of compelling through 4 games. Tonight absolutely

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LeBron James and his teammates finally showed up when it was needed most

With the prospect of a 0-3 series deficit in the NBA Finals looming, the Cleveland Cavaliers issued a major response against the Golden State Warriors on their home floor in Game 3 on Wednesday night as they thwarted the defending champions 120-90, led by LeBron James’ 32-point, 11-rebound and 6-assist performance.  James’ Herculean effort was undergirded

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Cavaliers must be better defensively to have a chance against the Warriors

The Cleveland Cavaliers were plagued by multiple misfortunes on both sides of the ball in their 110-77 lopsided loss to the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, with things such as LeBron James coughing up the ball 7 times and Kevin Love being limited to virtually no second half action due to

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Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James, Stephen Curry

Two huge differences between this year’s NBA Finals and last

This year’s NBA Finals is a rematch between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers, with LeBron James and company looking to extract revenge on league MVP Stephen Curry and his cronies as they upended a depleted Cavaliers team in the championship round last season. While many will look to last year’s six-game slugfest to

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