Unanimous MVP Stephen Curry made a remarkable follow-up to his 17-point overtime play against Portland Trail Blazers by unleashing a 15-point streak in mid-third quarter. The fourth quarter then seemed more like a formality for the Warriors after raining down more than enough points to bury the Durant-led Thunder in a 118-91 win in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals.
n a recently uploaded video trailer, Red is hell-bent on pursuing and killing Alexander Kirk at all cost until he gets into a surprise standoff with FBI special agent Donald Ressler who points a gun at him. Ressler could either be Kirk’s double agent in the organization or simply trying to reason out with Red about following protocols.
The Club Wants to Sign Real Madrid Star but they Face Stiff Competition
United Are Determined to Bring their Former Youth Player Back to Old Trafford
Chicago Bulls ends up at No. 14 spot on Tuesday’s NBA draft lottery. As the team’s draft mentality goes, the franchise is expected to draft the best player available preferably someone like Kris Dunn who is a promising point guard pick in Bulls’ Jimmy Butler-centered roster next season.
Chris Bosh may be facing the worst times in his NBA career amid a looming possibility of a medical retirement following recurring bouts of blood clots. The franchise fears that he might not be medically cleared to play again which affects how the team plans for the future.
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Manchester City Look Well Placed to Land the Signing of the Exciting Young German Midfielder
Legendary Manchester United Manager Hails Cristiano Ronaldo as the Better Player
The referees officiating the critical last minute of Thunder-Warriors Game 1 of the Western Conference finals have been blasted again for a missed call on an obvious traveling violation by Russell Westbrook. Warriors coach Steve Kerr was, of course, mad but wasn’t really a fan of NBA’s two-minute reporting.
OKC Thunder center and New Zealand native of British and Tongan descent Steven Adams apologized for his ‘quick little monkeys’ comment in a post-game interview following his team’s Game 1 upset of the Golden State Warriors’ championship repeat campaign. Warriors, on the other hand, made no response to his seemingly harmless statement.
If luck does his bidding, LSU star player Ben Simmons would want to play for the highly marketable west coast franchise, the Los Angeles Lakers, to sign in to a $10-million sponsorship (plus a number of perks) offer by German footwear giant Adidas. Simmons, represented by Rich Paul’s Klutch Sports Group, prefers Adidas’ juicier deal over Nike’s $7-million (with less incentives) offer.
Star Spoke to TMZ During a Day Out With His Girlfriend and Updated the Media on his Progress
The Greenville News high school sports awards took place on Monday at the TD Convention Center. The Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Tim Tebow arrived as the guest speaker at the event.
In Spite Rumours on the Contrary, Ronaldo Might Extend His Stay at Real Madrid
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