LeBron James and Kyrie Irving unleashed two of the greatest do-or-die performances in NBA Finals history Monday, sustaining the Cleveland Cavaliers' title dreams and denying Golden State a home championship celebration.
Like everyone else, Draymond Green could only watch as LeBron James and Kyrie Irving sent the NBA Finals back to Cleveland. James had 41 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists and Kyrie Irving also scored 41 points to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 112-97 victory over the Warriors on Monday night, ensuring the NBA Finals will go back to Cleveland.
Draymond Green's latest low blow in the NBA playoffs, a strike to the groin of LeBron James, could deliver a kick in the crotch to the Golden State Warriors' title plans.
Visiting NBA star Jeremy Lin encouraged young Taiwanese basketball players to improve their three-point shooting while concluding a 2-day basketball summer camp Sunday in Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan, at which he coached 60 junior and senior high school players.
Golden State has won 88 games this season, when factoring in the regular season and the playoffs. That's another NBA record to add to its collection, one more than the Chicago Bulls totaled in their 1995-96 season.
Visiting National Basketball Association (NBA) player Jeremy Lin said Friday that he will not make a final decision on which team to join next season until after the upcoming NBA draft later this month.
Steve Kerr has a certain charm that belies a clear toughness. The coach of the Golden State Warriors is someone who famously got into a fistfight with Michael Jordan as a player, and got into a fistfight with a clipboard earlier in these playoffs.
Crawling on the floor after a loose ball, LeBron James gathered himself and quickly got to his feet. He stood tall, and so did the Cavaliers.
Local baseball star Chen Chin-Feng (陳金鋒), third from left, Su Chih-Chieh (蘇智傑), a member of the "Chinese Taipei" Taiwan baseball team for the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade, fourth from right, and guests pose for a photo in ..............
Stephen Curry has withdrawn from consideration for the Olympics, leaving the U.S. basketball team without the NBA's MVP.