The Knicks and Carmelo are finally moving on.
No, Stephen Curry didn’t magically get worse last season. He simply adjusted his game because Kevin Durant was there. Have we forgotten 2016 already?
Is there a better jump-shooter to have in the NBA than Kevin Durant? It’s hard to argue otherwise. But, how does he compare to Stephen Curry?
Kawhi Leonard is in very rare company when it comes to one particular statistic. And, he’s only getting better offensively.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are on some kind of pace; are the odds in Kevin Durant’s favor this upcoming NBA season? Plus Tiger, Flair and more. Quiz time!
Kevin Durant wasn’t the first—and clearly not the last—to change teams with hopes of winning a ring in the NBA. Should fans really get upset about that?
Curry deserves the max; what will KD demand? It’s not going to be cheap, so what makes us so certain that all of the Warriors major players will be back?
The Penguins are back-to-back NHL champions. Kevin Durant is now an NBA champion. But that’s not all that’s going on; have you been paying attention?
Kevin Love is playable when he’s hitting his 3-pointers and dominating the boards. But in three of the five NBA Finals games, he was very much a liability.
By securing his first-ever NBA Championship on Monday night, Kevin Durant cemented his legacy. Whether you believe he deserved it or not means nothing.
Lots of folks had fun hating LeBron James for a while. Lots of folks still do. As for Kevin Durant, he’s not even worthy of that.
What is OKC going to win with Russell Westbrook? But after losing KD to free agency and trading Harden for little in return, this would have to be huge.
From James Naismith and LeBron to Donatas Motiejūnas and Sam Presti, nobody’s safe as we look to assign blame for these non-competitive NBA playoffs.
Last time the Wizards were at true inflection point they settled for good, not great. Will they aim higher now? It won’t come without significant risk.
Warriors-Cavs, Part III should be a decimation. But if it’s not, that’s because LeBron is the single greatest basketball player that has ever lived.
On Tuesday, we tackled what the Cavs were going to attempt when they had the ball. Today, it’s all about the Golden State offense. What can we expect?
The Hornets wouldn’t make moves to create space for Steph Curry unless he said, “Hey, I’m coming.” Of course, we’re still going to have that conversation.
The NBA Finals is approaching, and for the third straight season it will be the Warriors facing off against the Cavs. But which team has more to lose?