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AUSSIE Andrew Bogut set an early tone as Golden State today dismantled Cleveland 110-77 to seize a 2-0 lead in the NBA's best-of-seven Finals.
BASKETBALL Australia already is calling its, as yet, unselected men's team for Rio "arguably its greatest team ever". Might that be a little premature exultation?
IT was all ball, at least that’s what it looked like when Matthew Dellavedova swatted at Andre Iguodala and connected with him, “down under”.
WHEN you’ve won three straight NBA championships together and been part of a 72-win season, the bond remains forever, as Luc Longley has shown with his Steve Kerr banter.
THE words of Houston Rockets NBA championship coach Rudy Tomjanovich rang out today at Oracle Arena as Golden State proved again you should never underestimate the heart of a champion.
GOLDEN State today answered the challenge and looked every inch a defending NBA champion as it forced the Western Conference Final to a deciding seventh game with a stunning 108-101 win in Oklahoma.
LEBRON James today led Cleveland into the NBA Final and with his sixth straight appearance in the championship series, matched a 50-year-old Boston Celtics record.
STEPHEN Curry eventually drove a stake through the heart of Oklahoma’s hopes of closing the NBA’s Western Conference Final in Oakland today.
CLEVELAND today fired a shot across the NBA when it delvered an Eastern Conferene Final statement game in its 116-78 demolition of Toronto.
THAT 73-9 win-loss record Golden State produced this NBA regular season doesn’t look anywhere near as imposing today as Oklahoma’s 3-1 Western Conference Final lead.
LET'S be blunt here. Most NBA pundits expected a 4-0 Eastern Conference Final sweep by Cleveland over Toronto.
OH DEAR. What on Earth possessed Draymond Green to do THAT today? Was he channelling his inner Gary Ervin?
COME on now. Who saw THAT coming? I mean, really?
YES that’s right. Matthew Dellavedova is so tough he can injure his ankle and STILL make an assist before limping away.
STEPHEN Curry turned in a third quarter for the ages, with 15 consecutive points as Golden State levelled the NBA’s Western Conference Final with OKC at 1-1.
THERE was a time the Boston Celtics, LA Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers were the pinnacle of the NBA. Today they won draft picks at #3, #2 and #1 respectively.
NOOOOOO!! Not a further dreadful bad call in the waning seconds to assist OKC to another surprise playoff road win, surely?
KYLE Lowry is chomping at the bit to get at LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers after leading his Toronto Raptors into the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in franchise history.
THE brilliance of Oklahoma City’s dynamic duo of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook strongly suggests the NBA champion Golden State Warriors are in for a dogfight to clinch the Western Conference Championship.
NO huge NBA surprises today either, either with Golden State advancing or Toronto keeping Miami battling.