There’s been former MVP’s winning games with dramatic buzzer-beating jumpers. There’s been injuries to stars. There’s been a coach getting questioned by his own team.
MVP Stephen Curry scored 21 of his 33 points by halftime, and the Golden State Warriors snapped their two-game skid Monday night by routing the Memphis Grizzlies 101-84 to tie their Western Conference semifinal at 2-2.
Stephen Curry lived up to his Most Valuable Player status with 33 points as the Golden State Warriors brushed aside the Memphis Grizzlies 101-84 at FedExForum on Monday to even their Western Conference semi-final series at 2-2.
Behind Stephen Curry’s 33 points, Golden State unearthed its high-octane offense while figuring out a few ways to slow Memphis in Game 4 of a Western Conference semifinal series.
Atlanta moved the ball effectively and beat Washington, which was again without the injured John Wall. Paul Pierce missed a 3-point attempt that would have tied the score late.
Finally looking a bit more like a No. 1 seed than the team that’s been so-so in the playoffs, the Atlanta Hawks beat the Washington Wizards 106-101 on Monday night behind Jeff Teague’s 26 points, including a key 3, to even their second-round series at two games apiece.
Atlanta guard Jeff Teague scored 26 points as the Hawks beat the Washington Wizards 106-101 to square their Eastern Conference semi-final playoff series at 2-2 on Monday.
The focus after a victory over the Chicago Bulls in Game 4 on Sunday was on two blunders Blatt, Cleveland’s coach, was perceived to have made in the waning seconds.
Twenty years later, the No. 1 star at Madison Square Garden will get to take the mulligan that was never quite in the cards for his spiritual ancestor. This time…