NBA Playoff Talk Turns To Trump And White House VisitsLeBron James knows for certain that this year's NBA champion, be it the Cavaliers or Warriors, will not visit the White House.
Looks Like The Rockets Are Making This A SeriesThe Rockets, playing a dominant Warriors team in maybe the NBA's most hostile environment, evened the series at two games each.
Keidel: Is Something Wrong With The Warriors?The Warriors are the West's 2nd seed going into the NBA Playoffs. But as they slip further behind the Rockets, something doesn't feel right.
AP: Durant Agrees To 2-Year, $53 Million Contract With WarriorsThe NBA Finals MVP gladly accepted a pay cut.
Keidel: Durant Might Finish On Top This Time, But LeBron's Still KingJust last summer, we were killing Durant for fleeing a team that had the Warriors down 3-1 in the Western Conference finals. And surely some of those same people are now kneeling at the Durant altar.
Forget Scoring -- Durant's Defense Is Giving Cavaliers FitsKevin Durant is growing a little tired of questions about his ability to play defense.
Keidel: Are Warriors Just Too Much For Cavs?The Warriors beat the Cavaliers handily in the NBA Finals' first two games, and LeBron and company couldn't stop Durant. On to Cleveland.
Keidel: NBA Finals, With Legacies In LimboThe Cavaliers and Warriors will square off in their third consecutive NBA Finals, as LeBron James and Kevin Durant look to their legacies.
2017 NBA Finals PreviewThe NBA Finals match up the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, to no one's surprise. Here's what to expect.
Keidel: Would Warriors' NBA Finals Win Hurt Durant's Legacy?The Warriors are coasting through the NBA Playoffs without much help from all-star Kevin Durant, who is hurt.
Sims: Explaining The Significance Of Kevin Durant's Wounded KneeGolden State's Kevin Durant reportedly suffered a hyperextended knee less than a minute into Tuesday night's contest against the Washington Wizards and exited the court shortly thereafter.
Keidel: The Simmering Durant-Westbrook FeudDurant and Westbrook, both All-Stars, had a grudging respect and faux friendship until Durant left the Thunder for the Warriors.