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A’s Still Looking For A New Oakland Ballpark

Oakland A's ownership wants a new stadium in Oakland.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xh-XaGvlFuU   The new year starts out in Oakland with Major League Baseball’s A’s still playing for the...

Trump Is Number 1 According to Sports Business Daily

The best, most terrific https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZicNjXw2aYc It is that silly time of the year in sports journalism where some writers and editors put out lists of who...
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Oakland’s Sports Debt Problem

Oakland is losing two of its three major league teams.     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nce9yPoyXeM The NBA’s Golden State Warriors franchise owners are building a new arena in San Francisco...

Durant, Curry lead Warriors over Cleveland to win the NBA Title

As a fresh NBA champions cap sat a tad off-kilter on his head, Kevin Durant embraced mother Wanda. Then he moved across the podium and hugged Stephen Curry before accepting his shiny MVP trophy, holding out his arms and hoisting it for everyone to see. From the Bay all the way to OKC. Durant capped his spectacular first season with the Warriors by bringing home that coveted NBA championship he joined Golden State last July so determined to get, scoring 39 points in a fast-and-furious, Finals-clinching 129-120 victory over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 on Monday night.

Cavs must win tonight or the Warriors are the NBA Champions

Seven technical fouls, one flagrant foul, stars LeBron James and Kevin Durant jawing at each other and several other dustups. For Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue, the physical turn the NBA Finals took in Game 4 is just what he wanted and is the recipe he hopes the Cavaliers will follow for the rest of the series against the Golden State Warriors.

Cavs win 137-116 but Warriors leads series 3-1 just like last...

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The celebrating after Game 4 was done by Cavaliers fans, not Golden State players, their families or anyone else dressed in blue and gold who came looking for a historic party.

LeBron not faulting Warriors for building powerhouse team. He did it...

LeBron James knew what might happen when Kevin Durant merged with the Warriors, a 73-win team out for revenge. James understood the potential of this Golden State goliath with more firepower than perhaps anything the NBA has seen before. And although he’s on the cusp of being swept in the Finals — for the second time — by a team unequalled in today’s game, James isn’t envious of the Warriors for building a super power in sneakers. He’d do it, too.

Warriors set to make their claim as NBA’s best ever

One victory left for the Golden State Warriors to claim another title. Not the one as NBA champions. The one as the best team ever. Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry and the rest of the Warriors will be able to make that boast if they win Friday to complete the most impressive postseason run in major sports history. They moved to the brink of that with a 118-113 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday in Game 3 of the NBA Finals. The Warriors are 15-0 and can finish off the NBA’s first perfect postseason with a victory here in Game 4.

Can the Warriors sweep Cleveland in the NBA Finals?

The possibilities seem endless for the Golden State Warriors when they are rolling. A 150-point game isn't even out of reach. "I mean, we could have gotten at least 140 the other night if we only had about 10 to 15 turnovers," All-Star guard Klay Thompson said. Dominating like no team ever has in the postseason, the Warriors look capable of anything - except another NBA Finals collapse.
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NBA Championship TV ratings best since Jordan circa 1998

The first two games of the NBA Finals are the most-watched since Michael Jordan's final championship in 1998. Despite two lopsided outcomes, Golden State's two home wins over Cleveland averaged 19.6 million viewers, according to numbers released Monday by the Nielsen company.