Draymond Green Is Mad At Paul Pierce Over Kevin Durant CriticismEveryone's pretty mad.
Jae Crowder Calls Out Kevin Durant For Signing With WarriorsWhen he learned Kevin Durant was signing with the Warriors, Jae Crowder was surprised. Then he was angry. Real angry.
Report: Ray Allen Interested In Comeback With Warriors Or CavaliersTwo years of retirement apparently hasn't dampened the taste for more postseason action for Ray Allen.
Robb: Kevin Durant Took Easy Way Out By Choosing WarriorsThe Kevin Durant odyssey ended on Monday for the Celtics and 28 other teams around the league, but the debate about his decision to join the Golden State Warriors won’t be ending anytime soon.
Keidel: If You Can't Beat Them, Join ThemKevin Durant will sign with the Golden State Warriors, conceding that his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, can't beat them.
Did Isaiah Thomas Take A Shot At Kevin Durant On Twitter?Thomas was clearly a huge Durant fan. Yet now that Durant has said "thanks but no thanks" to the Celtics, has the admiration gone cold?
Major Letdown For Celtics Fans After Buying In To Kevin Durant PossibilityWhen news broke, there was great disappointment in Boston. Rich Keefe and Adam Kaufman were live on air when the news broke, and they reacted accordingly.
Kevin Durant Chooses To Join Golden State WarriorsThe dreams of Kevin Durant in a Celtics uniform are over.
Stephen Curry Is Not LeBron James... YetStephen Curry is still the prince of the NBA hardwood. He's just not ready to be king. Or King James.
LeBron James Wears Ultimate Warrior Shirt, 'Kermit Sipping Tea' Hat Upon Arrival In Cleveland The champs are home in Cleveland, and LeBron James is slamming his foot on the gas pedal in the trolling game.
Warriors' Collapse Sets Sports World Aflame With Hot Takes And Bad ComparisonsIf there's one thing that sports has always given us, it would be the ability to concoct the most cockamamie concepts of comparisons.
Cavaliers Beat Warriors 93-89 To Win Their First NBA ChampionshipKyrie Irving buried a 3-pointer over Stephen Curry to break a tie with 53.0 seconds remaining Sunday night, sending the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA championship, 93-89 over the Golden State Warriors.