NBA Finals Headlines

  • Ayesha Curry invites Clemson to a 'real feast' after Trump's fast-food meal

    Ayesha Curry, cookbook author and wife of Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry, invited Clemson University's football team to her San Francisco restaurant for a "real feast and celebration" after the team was served McDonald's, Burger King and Wendy's on Monday night at the White House.

  • How Klay Thompson (accidentally) became the best quote in the NBA

    Warriors vice president of communications Raymond Ridder logs 15-hour days replying to emails, shepherding players to interviews and troubleshooting public-relations snafus. “The hardest part of my day,” Ridder said, “is getting Klay (Thompson) to talk to media.” After most practices, Ridder plants himself in front of the door to the weight room, a few feet from where Thompson completes his shooting routine. As soon as Thompson hoists his final jumper, Ridder, who’s 5-foot-6, scurries to ...
  • Clemson-Alabama IV has precedents in other sports

    LeBron vs. Steph in the spring, Dabo vs. Nick in the winter. As much as Cleveland and Golden State became annual opponents in the NBA Finals before James left the Cavaliers last summer to join the Los Angeles Lakers after losing the title for the third time in four years to Curry and the

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  • Blink and you'll miss it: Steph Curry's cameo in 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'

    If you haven't seen "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" yet - or if you're gearing up for another viewing - there are plenty of other fun cameos to look for. Chance the Rapper, The Weeknd and Donald Glover are among the other celebs who also get nods in the film.

  • Harden has Rockets rolling with visit to Warriors looming

    James Harden and the Houston Rockets were one half away from the NBA Finals last time they played at Oracle Arena. The way the Rockets are rolling now, they might just get another shot at the champs this postseason. The Rockets try to wrap up a perfect month at home Monday against

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  • LeBron James' consecutive games streak ends at 156

    LeBron James was held out of the Lakers' game against the Sacramento Kings on Thursday night with a groin injury, ending his consecutive games played streak at 156. James was injured during the Lakers' 127-101 victory over two-time defending NBA champion Golden State on Christmas when he

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