Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors are taking on the Los Angeles Lakers on Nov. 24 for a possibly historic game! It’s going to be super intense for the first home game against the Lakers this season – watch it here!
The Golden State Warriors are poised to break a serious record on Nov. 24, they might become the first team to start a season 16-0. Meanwhile, it’s the first home game of the season for the Los Angeles Lakers, so fans are totally freaking out about this match up! Don’t miss out, you can watch it right here!
What a big night for Andre Iguodala! Not only did the Golden State Warriors win the Larry O’Brien Trophy after winning the NBA Championship, but Andre also won the MVP!
Andre Iguodala, 31, made his first start this season during a Game 3 triumph, and since then the Warriors didn’t lose another game. While it was his famous teammates Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, also known as the “Splash Brothers”, who made headlines, it was Andre who was the star MVP for the Warriors.
Congrats, Warriors! The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors went head to head on June 16, in Game 6, which determined whether the Warriors would take home the title as this year’s NBA champs. After a hard won battle, the Warriors defeated the Cavs, 105-97.
After the Golden State Warriors showed the Cleveland Cavaliers who was boss, leading the series 3-2, a super heated match was unavoidable. With the Warriors hungry for the trophy and the Cavs anxious to take them down, the pressure was certainly on for LeBron James, 30, Stephen Curry, 27, and their basketball buddies. Alas, the Warriors showed the Cavs they can’t be messed with. This is their first Championship since 1975!
Here we go again! With the Golden State Warriors ahead of the Cleveland Cavaliers with a 3-2 score, Game 6 of the NBA Finals will be a very defining match — one you just can’t skip out on. Watch the live stream here!
Basketball fans, are you ready? There isn’t much time before the Golden State Warriors go head-to-head with the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals — and it’s going to be an incredibly decisive one! The pressure’s on for LeBron James, 30, and his boys as they head back to their home turf of Celeveland, Ohio to try and steal a victory from Stephen Curry, 27, and his crew — who will win the whole series if they beat the Cavs again tonight!
Who’s ready for Game 5? With the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors tied in the NBA Finals, 2-2, Game 5 will certainly be an exciting match you won’t want to miss. Watch the live stream here!
It’s almost time for the Cleveland Cavaliers to go head-to-head with the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 — and it’s sure going to be a big one! Playing at the Warriors’ home turf in Oakland, Calif., both the Warriors and the Cavaliers are more determined than ever to lead the series 3-2, thus coming closer to winning the Larry O’Brien Trophy. Watch the live stream of the game here!
Wow! Game 3 of the NBA Finals was one of the most intense matches between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers, but the Cavaliers came out on top, winning 96-91, taking them one step closer to becoming this year’s reigning team!
The battle to be the best basketball team in the nation is on! After going head to head on June 9 at Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena, the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors! Props to LeBron James and Co., who now have a leg up on winning this year’s NBA championship. Find out all the details from the intense match!
What a great game! On Sunday, June 7, the Cleveland Cavaliers were victorious in Game 2 of the 2015 NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors can take heart from this defeat because there’s still a long way to go.
The Cleveland Cavaliers hit nothing but net during Game 2 of the 2015 NBA Finals on June 7 in Oakland, California. With a score of 95-93, the Cleveland Cavaliers are showing signs that they are ready to be crowned NBA champions.
There is no shortage of bad blood between the Golden State Warriors and the LA Clippers. A fight broke out between the two teams following the Clipper’s 126-121 win over their cross-town rivals during game seven of their NBA playoff series, May 3.
The incident came in two waves, according to an eyewitness who was there after the game ended. Most of the Warriors were in the hallway at one point with several Clippers team members. The police were called in to calm things down but these guys weren’t going anywhere.
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