Justin Verrier and Danny Chau turn their attention to the Boston Celtics and examine how they would match up in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors
We break down how Jamal Murray shot his way out of his cold streak, helping the Nuggets tie their series with the Spurs at 1-1
In Part 3 of ‘Dethroning the Warriors,’ Justin Verrier and Danny Chau break down how the Milwaukee Bucks produced the NBA’s best record this year
Sure, Portland still has a long way to go. But with a 2-0 lead over the Thunder, Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum are making postseason strides for the first time in years.
A regular season full of "B.S." (Irving’s word) is finally behind Boston. Can Kyrie and the Celtics make quick work of the Indiana Pacers and get back to the top of the East?
In building a versatile team to defeat the Golden State Warriors, Houston has created a template for how to survive in the postseason. In Utah, the Rockets have an ideal first-round opponent: a team with a clear Achilles’ heel and without the means to adapt.
Staring at a potential 0-2 series hole, Denver turned to its struggling guard again. The result this time? An unstoppable fourth quarter from Murray that may have saved the Nuggets’ season.
Kevin O’Connor and Bill talk about the Warriors’ historic Game 2 collapse before Trevor Noah joins to discuss taking over ‘The Daily Show’ in 2015, his new podcast, and more
Plus, Cousin Sal and the Degenerate Trifecta discuss NBA betting strategies and Tiger’s historic Masters victory
Los Angeles overcame a 31-point Golden State lead to steal Game 2 at Oracle Arena. They might not take the series, but now this Clippers era has a signature win.
Over Philly’s first two playoff games, we’ve seen the basement and the ceiling of one of the most intoxicating and frustrating players in the NBA. How Simmons performs during the rest of the postseason, and how the Sixers use him, will tell us a lot about the franchise’s future.
The Toronto Raptors won 58 games and have a bona fide star in Kawhi Leonard. But a Game 1 loss to the Magic was all it took to dredge up doubt and dread yet again.
Many fans have pegged Jamal Murray for stardom since the Nuggets drafted him. Many fans have no idea who Derrick White even plays for. But pedigrees are irrelevant in the playoffs. White had the upper hand after Game 1. How will Murray respond?