Beyonce and Jay Z at courtside

Toronto’s 123-109 Game 3 victory in Oakland is the story that lies below the fold. Wednesday night was an ordinary night in the NBA. Klay Thompson’s Hamstring It started with the health of Klay Thompson. The two-way guard had injured his hamstring in Game 2. Holy crap was that anRead More →

Andre Iguodala

After leading the Houston Rockets to their second NBA Championship, head coach Rudy Tomjanovich proclaimed “don’t ever underestimate the heart of a champion.” If ever a team exemplified this it was Golden State in their game 2 win over Toronto. There was no Kevin Durant. Both Klay Thompson (hamstring) andRead More →

NBA Finals logo

There’s seems to be a lot of excitement around Toronto’s 118-109 game one win over Golden State. Some of the excitement is justified. It was the first NBA Finals game outside of the United States. Toronto has become one of the rising NBA cities in the league. The Raptors serveRead More →

NBA Finals logo

Once again, the Warriors will be looking to win an NBA Championship. Boring? No. Sports fans have lost sight of appreciating greatness. When the Bulls won three in a row, I don’t recall the word “boring” being attached to Chicago’s domination. The talk was about Michael Jordan’s legacy. Scottie Pippen’sRead More →

NBA Finals logo

The long journey through the NBA regular season has brought to another June with the Golden State Warriors. Before the season, most experts thought their opponent would be the Boston Celtics. A team that seemed to be perfectly set up for the LeBron-less East. Not only are the Celtics notRead More →

Boston Celtics logo

The Boston Celtics were on top of the world last night as they destroyed the defending champion, Golden State Warriors, 128-95. What made it even better for them was the performance of prized free agent pick up, Gordon Hayward. Two years ago, Hayward was Boston’s main acquisition via free agency.Read More →