The first two games went to overtime, but I predict Tuesday’s Game 3 won’t be as close. The feeling-out period is over.
Such is the problem with individual sports, sans teammates. They all ride on celebrities, no matter how many legs they use.
With Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving out, by all rights the Cavaliers should be down two games instead of heading back to Cleveland with home-court advantage.
The Cavaliers might figure out a way to win a game in this series, but they won’t do much better than that.
After a long layoff, the NBA Finals finals got underway last night in Oakland and it was Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors who prevailed.
Any conversation about how these NBA Finals are going to play out needs to start with one important fact: Kyrie Irving’s health.
Find out what James The Third had to do when LeBron James went to see a movie.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is happy with the state of the game, but has a few concerns he decided to share with Mike Francesa on Tuesday
All eyes are on LeBron. He’s not just trying to bring a trophy to Cleveland. He’s adding jewels to his crown, which he will one day try to match with Michael Jordan
A lengthy layoff — the series won’t start until June 4 — will benefit banged-up players on both teams, and provide plenty of time to hype the Stephen Curry-LeBron James duel.
Driven by the chance to end Cleveland’s half-century-old championship drought, King James was brilliant from start to finish Tuesday night.
Michael Jordan, his eminence, excellence, and the exemplar of modern basketball, is the unquestioned king. But can King James leave the game with just one more jewel in his crown?
On Wednesday, I posted a general collection of results regarding Americans’ interests in sports. Today, we dig deeper into the NBA, NHL and golf.
Earlier this month, Public Policy Polling conducted a national survey that asked 28 questions regarding Americans’ interest in sports.
The Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.