Golden State Warriors GM Bob Myers says the team is still unsure whether coach Steve Kerr will be on the sideline for the NBA Finals.
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 3/21W 112-87
- 3/24W 114-100
- 3/26W 106-94
- 3/28W 113-106
- 3/29W 110-98
- 3/31W 107-98
- 4/2W 139-115
- 4/4W 121-107
- 4/5W 120-111
- 4/8W 123-101
- 4/10L 105-99
- 4/12W 109-94
- 4/16W 121-109
- 4/19W 110-81
- 4/22W 119-113
- 4/24W 128-103
- 5/2W 106-94
- 5/4W 115-104
- 5/6W 102-91
- 5/8W 121-95
- 5/14W 113-111
- 5/16W 136-100
- 5/20W 120-108
- 5/22W 129-115
- 6/1h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Izzy and Jeff Dickerson discuss the chances of the Warriors sweeping the Cavs in the Finals. Plus, which team would suffer more from losing this title?
Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer
Mike Brown was asked about Tyronn Lue saying Boston is tougher to defend than Golden State: "That's his opinion. It's cute."
The Hawks have found their new general manager, hiring Travis Schlenk "at a critical time for making big decisions" for the team.
Suns F Jared Dudley shares his thoughts on the perception of LeBron James, how Isaiah Thomas' absence has changed the Celtics' offense, parity in the NBA, tanking and more.
ESPN NBA analyst P.J. Carlesimo comments on his expectations for Game 5 between the Cavaliers and Celtics, whether Cleveland could beat the Warriors again and more.
In the first odds ever offered by a Nevada sportsbook for NBA Finals MVP, Kevin Durant opened as the favorite at 7-5, followed by Stephen Curry at 8-5.
Despite being one win away from advancing to face the Warriors in the NBA Finals, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said the Celtics are enough of a handful and that he "doesn't even think about" Golden State.
Zach Lowe talks to Brian Windhorst about LeBron's weird game, Cavs-Celtics and the looming Finals trilogy.
Travis Schlenk, currently in his fifth season as assistant GM of the Warriors, has agreed to be the new GM of the Hawks.
Jorge Sedano and Kevin Pelton discuss Kyrie Irving's masterful performance, the agreement between Chris Bosh & the Heat and more. Plus, a conversation about NBA conspiracies.
How many 3s and home runs can you fit into one photo? Well, here are 115 home runs and 1,548 3-pointers in one. Athletics slugger Khris Davis and Warriors star Klay Thompson ran into each other in the Bay Area and stopped to get a photo. (Photo credit: Jesse Sanchez MLB/Twitter)
Stephen Curry y sus compañeros consiguieron algo que no veíamos desde que los Lakers de Kobe y Shaq lo hicieron en el el 2001, ¿pero acaso estamos sabiendo apreciar su verdadera genialidad?
Brian Windhorst, Tom Haberstroh, Tim MacMahon and BIG Wos on Lebron's Game 4, his free throw techniques, the Warriors juggernaut and more.