The best player in college basketball, who some Knicks fans would like to see them trade down in the draft in order to snatch, 7-foot senior Frank Kaminsky, is tentatively…
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova was hospitalized after experiencing ‘severe cramping’ following his team’s victory over the Golden States Warriors in Game Three of the NBA Finals on Tuesday.
The European Games, the first major multi-sports event of the continent, are set to kick off in Azerbaijan’s Baku on Friday as gleaming new sports venues await 6,000 athletes, lured by qualification spots for next year’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
The lead in the NBA Finals belongs to Cleveland, though some momentum may be with the Warriors.
The banged-up Cavaliers have yet another bruise.
With two All Star team mates missing from the NBA Finals due to injury, LeBron James carried the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory over Golden State on Tuesday and upstaged the league’s Most Valuable Player in the process.
The Golden State Warriors stressed a need to be more aggressive in their NBA Finals with the Cleveland Cavaliers if they want to have any chance of capping a brilliant season with a title.
The injured, undermanned Cavaliers survived a late rally to escape with a victory and seize a two-games-to-one lead in the best-of-seven series.
LeBron James is doing more than ever. With the Cavaliers missing two All-Stars, he has no choice.
LeBron James turned in another virtuoso playoff performance in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a thrilling 96-91 victory over the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday and a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven NBA Finals.
The latest from Game 3 of the NBA Finals:
Tina Charles scored 21 points and Essence Carson added 14 for the Liberty (2-1), who had 23 assists on 29 baskets.
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.
Brown, a member of the 1964 N.F.L. champion Browns, and James have both been faced with the politics of being a black man in Cleveland.
As unlikely as it may seem, Cleveland has embraced an Australian underdog athlete before — 116 years ago, when Joe Quinn was the player-manager of the Spiders.