It all started with a phone call.
By now you’ve all hopped onto your social media timelines to jump on the J.R. Smith-bashing bandwagon. I get it. In fact, he’s kind of an easy person to blame. The Cleveland Cavaliers guard is a rumored pothead, who always kind of seems out of place. Remember when the Cavaliers won the title, and during the hometown…
1. Jordan Clarkson hoops like how the screen would look in the ’90s when you tried watching porn on a pay-per-view channel you didn’t order.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), aka “Grown-Up Eddie Munster,” posted a photo of himself at the Toyota Center on Monday night, where the Houston Rockets were set to take on the Golden State Warriors, and all Rockets fans knew it was downhill from there.
Perhaps if the Boston Celtics had beaten the Cleveland Cavs or if the Houston Rockets hadn’t morphed into rancid Twizzlers in the second half Monday night, we’d have a more competitive NBA Finals ahead of us. I don’t believe the Celtics could have beaten the Golden State Warriors, but they have enough long, bouncy and…
Below, because I know you’re curious, are the five worst places to be elbowed during a basketball game (in reverse order):
A white reporter who covers the Golden State Warriors was caught on tape stealing a security staffer’s jacket. It isn’t debatable; it happened. Several news outlets have seen the tape and confirmed that Mike Shumann, a sports anchor for KGO-TV in San Francisco, picked up the jacket, which didn’t belong to him, and…
When the White House was home to a respectable family, it was an honor for national sports champions to visit, but since the White House has become the Kremlin East and serves as a home to President Lil’ Putin and his captive Melania, the Golden State Warriors won’t be visiting when they come to Washington, D.C., and…
I’m going to need special counsel Robert Mueller to stand down on the Russia investigation and take a look at LeBron “King” James’ reported willingness to have a sit-down with the Golden State Warriors.
Steph Curry, two-time MVP and relentless chewer of mouth guards, is very good at playing games. Aside from (very obviously) being great at basketball, Curry also has a sweet golf swing and, as he demonstrated Sunday night, a mean costume game, too.
The NBA—the best professional sports league in the history of history—is back Tuesday night, with 30 teams all vying to be the one that wins the last game of the season. Here’s why none of them will.
He might not be Michael Jordan, or even LeBron James, but Steph Curry has just agreed to what amounts to the richest deal in NBA history.
Golden State Warriors player Andre Iguodala took to the airwaves of a San Francisco Bay Area radio station Tuesday morning to calm down fans who are worried about his impending free agency, which begins July 1.
Kevin Durant is reportedly planning to turn down his player option with the Golden State Warriors for the 2017-2018 season and become an unrestricted free agent on July 1, but he will still sign and stay on with the team with whom he won his first-ever NBA championship.
Let's start at ruin.
Updated Tuesday, June 13, 2017, 1:20 p.m. EDT: The Golden State Warriors have not made an official decision about whether or not they will be going to Donald Trump’s White House. According to a statement issued by the organization, the newly crowned NBA champs noted that they haven’t even received an invitation from…
All those jokes about the Golden State Warriors blowing a 3-1 series lead to lose the 2016 championship can come to an end now. In a most beautiful and poetic finish, the Warriors, who came into Monday night’s game leading the NBA Finals series 3-1, pulled off a flawless victory and won the game with a 9-point lead,…
It was the late Game 3 moment, right after the Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant hit the heartbreaking late three-pointer, when Stephen Curry did what can only be explained as taking an invisible dump on the Cleveland Cavaliers game floor. Please take a look below and tell me I’m wrong; I’ll wait:
Wednesday’s NBA Finals game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors proved one thing, and one thing only: No matter how well the Cavs play—and they played really well—they cannot win this series, let alone a game.
The National Basketball Association has fined the Golden State Warriors’ sixth man, Andre Iguodala, $10,000 for a racial remark he made after Friday night’s loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves.