Redick A Team Leader And Mentor For Young 76ersJ.J. Redick's surprise decision to come to Philadelphia is paying dividends now, as 76ers roll through Eastern Conference playoffs.
D'Antoni, Harden, Paul Could Capture Their First NBA Titles With HoustonSeparately, they've never gotten it done. Together, their fortunes might change. James Harden, Chris Paul and coach Mike D'Antoni have led the Rockets to the NBA's best record.
NBA Playoffs 2018: Which Teams Are Actually In Contention?Just a year ago, heading into the NBA playoffs, fans were preparing for Cavs-Warriors III in the NBA Finals. This season, Cavs-Warriors IV is not a guarantee.
Warriors Beat Cavs 129-120 To Win NBA TitleDurant capped his spectacular first season with the Warriors by bringing home that coveted NBA championship he joined Golden State last July so determined to get, scoring 39 points in a fast-and-furious, Finals-clinching 129-120 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers
LeBron Not Faulting Warriors For Building Super TeamLeBron James doesn't have any problem with Golden State building a super team.
Durant's Late 3 Gives Warriors 3-0 Finals Lead Over CavsDurant drained the shot of his professional life — a 3-pointer over LeBron James with 45.3 seconds left — and scored 31 points as the Warriors, rallied to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 118-113
Keidel: Are Warriors Just Too Much For Cavs?The Warriors beat the Cavaliers handily in the NBA Finals' first two games, and LeBron and company couldn't stop Durant. On to Cleveland.
Curry, Durant Lead Warriors To 2-0 Lead With 132-113 RoutThe Golden State Warriors grabbed a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals by downing the Cleveland Cavaliers 132-113 Sunday night.
Keidel: Don't Write The Cavs Off Because Of Game 1After Game 1 of the NBA Finals, a 22-point loss to a near-perfect performance by Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors, we're being told the Cavs have a microscopic chance of winning a game.
Curry, Durant Power Warriors Past Cavs In Game 1, 113-91Durant finished with 38 points, eight rebounds and eight assists to lead Golden State past LeBron James and the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers, 113-91 on Thursday night in Game 1.
Choppy: For Stephen Curry, The Time Is NowAfter two straight NBA Finals during which he's been something shy of great, Steph is clearly not viewed through the same hype-filled lens that was previously part of his persona.
Cavs The Champs But Warriors The Favorites In NBA FinalsBeaten last year by Cleveland's historic comeback, the Warriors will try to avenge that defeat and get back on top when they face the Cavaliers again, the first time two teams have met three straight times in the NBA Finals.

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