Knicks Morning News (2015.06.08)

  • [New York Post] J.R. Smith cops to ‘dumb fouls’ that nearly cost Cavs big time (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 01:23:18 -0400)

    OAKLAND, Calif. — Ex-Knick J.R. Smith was on the bench, having fouled out with 29.2 seconds left in overtime Sunday night, and watched with glee as the Cavaliers held on…

  • [New York Times] Cavs Pushed to OT but Beat Warriors in Game Two (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 09:25:56 GMT)

    REUTERS – The Cleveland Cavaliers let an 11-point lead slip in the fourth quarter but dug deep in overtime to beat Golden State 95-93 on Sunday and square the NBA Finals series at 1-1.

  • [New York Times] After Game 2 Win in NBA Finals, LeBron Looks Forward to Home (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 06:38:06 GMT)

    LeBron James is headed back home to Ohio. And if that seemed like a big deal last July, he can’t wait to hear how it sounds in June.

  • [New York Times] Cavaliers 95, Warriors 93, Overtime: N.B.A. Finals: Matthew Dellavedova Shines in Cavaliers’ Taut Win (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 06:05:10 GMT)

    Dellavedova made two free throws with 10.1 seconds left in overtime and harassed Stephen Curry all night as the Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors to tie the series at one game each.

  • [New York Times] Curry’s Shot Goes Missing for Warriors in Game 2 Loss (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 04:11:05 GMT)

    Cleveland wasn’t the only team missing a crucial component in Game 2 of the NBA Finals. While Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving was back in Ohio recovering from knee surgery, the Golden State Warriors have no idea where Stephen Curry’s shot went.

  • [New York Times] James Carries Cavs to OT Win Over Warriors, Evens NBA Finals (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 03:47:34 GMT)

    The final buzzer sounded, and LeBron James wasn’t done.

  • [New York Times] The Latest: Cavs Even NBA Finals, Beat Warriors 95-93 in OT (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 03:26:05 GMT)

    The latest from Game 2 of the NBA Finals:

  • [New York Times] Cleveland, City of Champions (at Least in Indoor Soccer of the ’90s) (Mon, 08 Jun 2015 02:55:08 GMT)

    Most fans point to the Browns’ 1964 N.F.L. championship as the city’s last true crown, but the Cleveland Crunch, an indoor professional soccer team, won three league titles.