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Free agency season has begun in the NBA, and a handful of players have already made their decisions. Although teams can’t sign anyone until July 10th, they can negotiate with free agents and agree to deals.
With the top pick in tonight’s NBA Draft (7:30 p.m. ET on ESPN), the Cleveland Cavaliers still seem undecided on their choice. Before last week, the league consensus was that the Cavs would pick Kansas center Joel Embiid. But with news concerning Embiid’s injured foot, which could potentially sideline him for the entire season, the Cavs shifted course.
The San Antonio Spurs wrapped up the 2013-2014 NBA season on Sunday by winning their fifth championship in fifteen years. The Spurs methodically dismantled the Heat defense with a dazzling offensive performance that will go down as one of the best in NBA Finals history.
The San Antonio Spurs are one win away from taking another NBA title; it would be their fifth in the Tim Duncan-Greg Popovich era and would cement their long-running dynasty. But the Miami Heat still stand in their way and won’t go easily as the two teams face off Sunday night in Game 5 (8:00 p.m. ET on ABC).
Fresh off a blowout to the San Antonio Spurs, the Miami Heat look to recover with a strong performance in Game 4 of the NBA Finals on Thursday (9:00 p.m. ET on ABC). But if the Heat want to tie the series, they’ll have to be much better defensively. Read More
The Miami Heat were up for the road challenge in Sunday’s Game 2 of the NBA Finals. With the series now tied at one, it’ll be up to the San Antonio Spurs to steal a game back in Game 3 (Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. ET on ABC).
Both the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs finished Thursday’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals on fire. Unfortunately for the Heat, this was only true because the air conditioning system was malfunctioning in San Antonio’s AT&T Center.
This year’s NBA Finals will pit a rematch between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. The Heat took last year’s Finals, which was a historic series most remembered for Heat guard Ray Allen’s miracle corner-3 in Game 6.
While the San Antonio Spurs want to repeat the finals from last year, the Oklahoma City Thunder still will have something to say about that this Saturday, when they meet in game six of the Western Conference finals at 8:30 PM ET, at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Read More
For the last few days, all the San Antonio Spurs have heard is about the nightmare from 2012 when they led the series against the Oklahoma City Thunder 2-0 and lost their ticket to the finals. It’s 2014 and they are in the same position again; can they win the crucial game five and shut the bad memories down, once and for all? Read More
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Let’s take a first look at what week three in the NFL has in store for us next week with a brief glimpse at each match-up.
The Michigan State Spartans visiting the Oregon Ducks at the Autzen Stadium for the 2014 College Football week two might be the most intriguing game in the lineup this weekend; they will clash Saturday at 6:30 PM ET. Read More