Who’s next for the Basketball Hall of Fame?

Whos next for the Basketball Hall of Fame

On Saturday, the Hall welcomed 13 members, including two former NBA players chosen through the typical finalist process: Manu Ginobili and Tim Hardaway. (Lou Hudson, the third NBA player to be part of this year’s class, was chosen by the direct-election veterans committee.) As we look ahead to next year and beyond, let’s consider which … Read more

Jokic, Giannis and Doncic lead the All-NBA Team

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Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jockicforward for the Milwaukee Bucks, Giannis Antetokounmpo and shooting guard for the Dallas Mavericks, Luka Doncićwere featured on the League’s All-NBA team announced Tuesday night. Jokic, the 2021-22 NBA Most Valuable Player, was not the one who got the most votes. That honor went to Antetokounmpo, who received the 100 first-team … Read more

Steve Kerr explodes after the tragedy of the shooting in Texas

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The Warriors coach nearly broke down in tears ahead of Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals over the tragic news of a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that has left at least 18 children and three adults dead. Photo: AP “I will not talk about basketball, nothing has changed with our team in the … Read more

Zion, authorized to train without restrictions

Zion authorized to train without restrictions

Zion Williamson was cleared to return to unrestricted game progression, the New Orleans Pelicans announced Thursday afternoon. The announcement clears the way for Williamson to go into unrestricted offseason workouts this summer as he prepares for the 2022-23 campaign. Williams missed the entire 2021-22 season after he broke the fifth metatarsal in his right foot … Read more

Luka: ‘I played terrible,’ but proud of Mavs

1653679378 Luka I played terrible but proud of Mavs

SAN FRANCISCO — The initial reaction from Luka Doncić at the end of the longest playoff drive of his young NBA career was expressing his disappointment with himself. “I don’t like losing, especially like this,” Doncic said after the Dallas Mavericks were eliminated Thursday night with a 120-110 Game 5 loss to the Golden State … Read more

Curry is the first Magic Johnson MVP while the “terrible” Doncic blames himself and promises to defend better

Curry is the first Magic Johnson MVP while the terrible

Lyou Golden State Warriors they proclaimed Western Conference champions after winning 120-110 to the Dallas Mavericks in the fifth game of a series that it was decided 4-1. Draymond Green was in charge of receiving the oscar robertson trophy which credits the Warriors as 2022 Western Conference champions. The Warriors win the West, qualify for … Read more

Warriors will play the NBA Finals for the sixth time in eight years

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The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA Finals after beating the Dallas Mavericks 110-120 in Game 5 to become Western Conference champions by taking the series 4-1. One of the fastest rebuilding in recent years is the one that has San Francisco back in contention for the Larry O’Brien Trophy. It was only … Read more

Mavericks took advantage of Warriors’ lack of intensity

Mavericks took advantage of Warriors lack of intensity

DALLAS – The Dallas Mavericks avoided a sweep with victory over the Golden State Warriors in Game 4 of the conference finals series. It seemed at times that the Warriors took the night off in intensity and decision to close their ticket to the NBA Finals. On the opposite side, the Mavericks appeared with a … Read more

Golden State heads to its sixth Finals in eight tournaments

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DALLAS – The Golden State Warriors beat the Dallas Mavericks 109-100 and seem closer than ever to returning to the Finals, where they spent five consecutive years before the pandemic hit. The Warriors seem to play loose and without pressure at home or on the road; in this case in a packed arena at the … Read more

Warriors, halfway to another Final

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Big teams tend to grow in big moments. The Golden State Warriors trailed in the first half of Game 2 against the Dallas Mavericks by as many as 19 points before going into halftime with a 14-point deficit. But in the second half they simply blew out the Mavericks 68-45 to win 126-117. and get … Read more