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NBA Preview: Champion Warriors look to repeat recipe for success

NBA Preview: Champion Warriors look to repeat recipe for success

The Warriors responded to the December loss to the Rockets with three wins by a total of 33 points. "We all are. So it's kind of good to put that in the right perspective". Each player has his last name on the ring as well. With the same core as last season, why wouldn't they? Not a bad way to start the season as Golden State tries to win its third championship in four seasons.



Nike Celebrates Start of New NBA Season With Awesome LeBron Ad

Yesterday, Cavs guard J.R. Smith sounded confident that James would play in tonight's game and after today's shootaround, fellow veteran guard Dwyane Wade expressed similar sentiment. With a revamped roster and more offensive options than ever, Lue believes the Cavs are more equipped to compete when James is on the bench. LeBron James admitted to being extremely frugal to the point that he doesn't mind waiting a few moments for a Pandora ads to finish, to resume listening to his ...


Celtics forward Hayward suffers horrifying leg injury

Celtics forward Hayward suffers horrifying leg injury

Hayward left with 2 points and 1 rebound in just over 5 minutes played. The injury drew the game to a halt as the players & crowd stood around stunned in silence. The injury occurred in front of the Cavs' bench, and the video footage of the players' reactions shows the severity of the situation. The injury cast a pall on the opening game of the NBA's 2017-18 season.


Celtics star Hayward breaks ankle vs. Cavs

Celtics star Hayward breaks ankle vs. Cavs

Smith would take his place in the Cavs starting lineup. "I don't care what he's got to do, he's going to play". "Oh, he's gonna go", Smith told Cleveland.com . It's hard to imagine James missing the chance to play against Irving, who demanded to be traded this summer because he wanted to be the focal point of his own team.


Chicago Bulls: Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic involved in fight, Mirotic hospitalized

Chicago Bulls: Bobby Portis and Nikola Mirotic involved in fight, Mirotic hospitalized

Bulls forward Bobby Portis sent teammate Nikola Mirotic to the hospital with an "alleged cheap shot " at team practice today. "Mirotic is undergoing tests, but is expected to be out for the foreseeable future, league sources said". Mirotic was set to begin his fourth season as a member of the Bulls, having signed a two-year, $27 million deal this offseason to stay in Chicago. Surgery will likely be required.