In his reaction to LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers defeating the Boston Celtics 116-86 in Game 3 of the 2018 Eastern Conference Finals, Shannon Sharpe details the difference for LeBron and the Cavaliers in Game 3 win.
One good beating per series is plenty for Draymond Green and Golden State. They got it in Game 2, and now the Warriors are eager to regroup for Game 3 back at home where they have won an NBA-record tying 15 straight postseason games at Oracle Arena
In his conversation surrounding the 2018 NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics, Nick Wright reveals to Cris Carter, Jenna Wolfe and Chris Broussard what LeBron James did differently that changed the tide and led to the Cavs securing a huge victory in Game 3.
Stephen Curry has just one 3-pointer in each of the first two games of the Warriors' Western Conference finals series with the Rockets. Still he has absolutely no concerns about his 3-point touch
Grayson Allen understands the concerns NBA teams might have about him after four polarizing seasons at Duke in which he attracted about as much attention for play that went over the line as he did for his accomplishments on the court
Joining Cris Carter, Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe in studio on First Things First, Chris Broussard targets the 2018 NBA Western Conference Finals between Golden State and the Houston Rockets, detailing why Steph Curry needs to be the Warriors' focal point moving forward in the playoffs and not Kevin Durant. Do you agree with Broussard?
In his reaction to LeBron James leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to throttle the Celtics in Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Eastern Conference Finals, Cris Carter unveils to Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe what went wrong for Brad Stevens' squad, noting the effect of not having a true superstar on the Celtics. Do you agree with Cris?
A person familiar with the search tells The Associated Press that the Milwaukee Bucks have reached agreement with Mike Budenholzer to become the team's next coach