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LeBron James talks NBA Finals and facing Kevin Durant, again, saying he’s “one of the most dangerous players in the world” #NBAFinals #NBAPlayoffs [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich
HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer

By now, the NBA Finals should consider renaming itself “The LeBron James Show.” Regardless of whether LeBron’s team, be it the Heat or the Cavaliers, win or lose, they’re guaranteed a spot. If the Warriors pull their Finals’ runs off a few more times, they reserve the same right. Continue reading…

LeBron James talks setting the #NBAPlayoffs all-time scoring record, beating Michael Jordan, the Celtics, and the Warriors in the NBA Finals #NBAFinals [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich
HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer

Last night, LeBron James had one thing on his mind and that was getting back to the NBA Finals. Too bad, the Boston Celtics wanted to actually take the lead on their home floor. Those plans, especially without Isaiah Thomas, just never happened. Continue reading…

#NBAFinals have the Golden State Warriors vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers again… Cavs in 6, Cavs in 7, Warriors in 5, are among the top fan predictions for NBA Finals

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

All the games been trash as heck up to this point. But, at least the Cavs and Warriors got it over with as quick as they could. It’s not like everybody didn’t know the Warriors and Cavs would be playing in the Finals again, the first time in NBA history this happened was news. Continue reading…

LeBron James talks seventh straight NBA Finals appearance, closing Celtics out in Boston, and Warriors with Kristen Ledlow #NBAonTNT #NBAPlayoffs [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich
HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer

Seven straight NBA Finals appearances and the all-time leader in points scored in the NBA Playoffs. No more denying it, LeBron James earned his position as an NBA all-time great. The best part about it is how he shed the Michael Jordan comparisons to be great in his own right. Continue reading…

Cavs in 6 … Twitter ain’t scared of the Golden State Warriors, even with Kevin Durant; They say LeBron and Kyrie are enough for the chip and F KD #NBAPlayoffs

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

Don’t look now, but the Cleveland Cavaliers just had the second-best playoff run to the NBA Finals of all-time. Just like every other year, the Cavs are overshadowed by the Golden State Warriors. Even after yanking last year’s title from them, Cleveland is still the underdog. Continue reading…

LeBron James officially passed Michael Jordan on the NBA Playoffs’ all-time scoring list + #NBAonTNT fans want Reggie Miller to stop complaining instead of commentating

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

For this one, it’s hard to not be happy for LeBron James for doing what he does. No athlete has ever had pressure like LeBron had, but dude was always great. Before the boy even got a chance to play in the NBA, he was compared to Michael Jordan. Continue reading…

Charles Barkley roasts Shaq again, says he “sucked” in Orlando, Penny Hardaway carried him there, and he’s a terrible rapper and actor #NBAPlayoffs

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

Every night, after the games, people are talking about Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal. That would be good, if it was twenty years ago when them dudes were playing and not commentating. So, people who don’t follow sports know how boring this series has really been. Continue reading…

Steve Kerr says he is “unsure” if he will coach the Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals, due to back injury #NBAFinals #NBAPlayoffs [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich
HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer

If only Steve Kerr could have remained healthy for the beginning of last season, and this year’s playoffs. Even with the blown 3-1 lead, he’d be well on his way to being the greatest NBA coach of all-time. General consensus is that Gregg Popovich, of the Spurs, holds that title. Continue reading…

Kyrie was due for a game like this, scoring 40, and Twitter is here for every minute of it; Kyrie fans say he’s settling the MJ vs. LeBron debate all on his own #BOSvsCLE #NBAPlayoffs

By G Moniy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

One thing to remember, Kyrie Irving was the man who put the 73-9 all-time best, Golden State Warriors away. Had he missed that game-winner, Curry could’ve gone for a layup and had two rings. But, Kyrie put that pressure on him and if he bricked, it would’ve been better. Continue reading…

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