Tagged in: san antonio spurs

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving talk Cavs strong play, controlling Steph, Draymond Green, and wire-to-wire win with Doris Burke #NBAFinals [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich
HHV Sports Senior Staff Writer

It was pretty clear, from the moment Cleveland opened Game 4 with a three-pointer, that the Cavs were going to win. So much for going 16-0 for the Golden State Warriors. After last season, though, the Dubs will be the first to say just getting to 16 is enough. Continue reading…

Cavs are trending on Twitter after #SportsCenter breaks story that Kyrie Irving will miss remainder of #NBAFinals with fractured knee cap; Fans now say Warriors sweep

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

Now, ain’t this about a bish??? The 2017 Golden State Warriors really are golden, lucky as all get out, man. This is a team that was already going to sweep the Blazers and the Jazz, but lucked up when the Spurs lost Kawhi Leonard. Continue reading…

Since there’s no #NBAPlayoffs game going on today, let’s revisit those David Robinson San Antonio Spurs teams before they won championships

By G Moniy
HHV Sports Contributing Writer

If it wasn’t for Kawhi Leonard going down in Game 1 of the West Finals with Golden State Warriors, the Warriors/Spurs series would still be going on. But, Kawhi Leonard may not even be on the Spurs if it wasn’t for David Robinson. The Spurs got lucky and made smart moves. 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…

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…

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