Washington’s NFL team is undergoing change yet again, and how far it reaches will be the story of the season.
Golden State’s stars are still in their prime, and even as the league adjusts, their sheer talent remains the difference.
The Kid from Akron came home and delivered a title. Whether he stays around now doesn’t seem to matter to fans in northeast Ohio.
Kevin Durant takes over for Golden State in Game 3, but Stephen Curry is just as capable of stepping up when he has to.
So much for returning the focus to the field: Weak anthem policy did nothing but expose a league without a spine.
Golden State put it all together to grab a 2-0 lead in the NBA Finals. That’s not a good development for LeBron James and the Cavaliers.
While it’s true that Golden State shoulders the difficult burden of history, watching it do just enough to win leaves much to be desired.
A career playoff night for the King goes for naught after teammate J.R. Smith’s brain-locks key sequence late in regulation.
As tired as these Finals feel and as much as people gripe about the lack of parity, there’s a positive effect: Teams are being forced to compete with greatness.