LeBron James: 'Hello NBA Finals, I missed you!', misses shot

For the third consecutive time, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors will face off in the NBA Finals , but the repetitive matchup hasn't done much this week to tiresome fan interest in scoring seats to the championship series.

Charges against Predators fan who threw catfish withdrawn

So that was what they chatted about in the locker room. Crosby, of course, wasn't without his own antics, delivering a little bit of uncalled slashing earlier in the night, and Chris Kunitz was even rougher with a cross-check to Subban, but there was plenty of other after-the-whistle officiating - or a lack thereof - that had both sides on edge.

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We're learning. we're going to learn from those two games. Rinne is, after all, a career.916 save percentage goaltender in the playoffs through 66 games played. Game 1 was put away in the first period after the Penguins scored three unanswered goals. Of those, 90 percent went on to win the Stanley Cup, including Pittsburgh last season.

Wenger to target title after signing new two-year deal with Arsenal

Henry said he was pleased to see Wenger stay at the club but added that it remained to be seen whether the decision would pay off. " Of course we'll try to strengthen our squad to be stronger next season , but we want to be faithful to the way we want to play the game", he said.

Unforgettable Moments From The Incredible Warriors Vs. Cavs Feud

The Cavaliers face the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday in Oakland. You can, and many have, make the argument that the one-game suspension Draymond Green incurred with his team up 3-1 in last year's Finals opened the door for the Cleveland Cavaliers comeback.

Who Are Celtics Fans Rooting For In The NBA Finals?

Take III of the NBA Finals trilogy between Golden State and the Cleveland Cavaliers gives Stephen Curry and Draymond Green a chance to avenge last year's Warriors collapse and LeBron James the opportunity to add a fourth title in his chase of Michael Jordan's six.