With racial tensions at a high in America, NBA legend Phil Jackson may be regretting his choice of words when speaking about LeBron James and his friends. When asked about James’ 2014 move to Cleveland he said, “You can’t hold up the whole team because you and your mom and your posse want to spend an extra […]
While at a Nike basketball camp he was asked what motivates him, and after rambling about going as far as possible and the immense amount of support he has from his family, the champ finally answers the question honestly.
With Kevin Durant joining the Golden State Warriors, the rest of the league is rushing to create their own super team. That brings us to the theory that Dwyane Wade may be joining his old teammate LeBron James in Cleveland.
You know how Cleveland just won its first professional sports championship in over half a century? Well, Republicans are here to ruin the victorious vibe.
J.R. has had a rocky NBA career as a Denver Nugget, and especially as a New York Knick. But as the New Jersey native made his way to the Cleveland Cavaliers two seasons ago, everything seemed to click.
It's all about motivation. After Game 2 of the NBA Finals last year, LeBron James revealed he had "some other motivation that I won't talk about right now." He kept us all on the edge of our seats and said he'd reveal everything if the Cleveland Cavaliers won in 2015. Well, as we all know now, the Golden State Warriors won last year and we never had an inkling of what LeBron was talking about. Fast forward a year and LeBron has won the championship and revealed what that extra motivation was.
Game 6 of the NBA Finals wasn't just a tough loss for Steph Curry but for his family as well.
The 2015 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are just warming up with the series tied at one game a piece. But when former NBA player Baron Davis went on ESPN’s First Take this morning to give his take on the series, viewers could only focus on the state of his […]