Golden State's top-end talent is the NBA's best, but some offseason decisions to address its depth have backfired, leaving the team vulnerable against the Rockets.
Houston managed a split in Oakland to reclaim home-court advantage in the Western Conference finals.
LeBron James carried Cleveland to two wins at home to tie up the Eastern Conference finals at two games apiece. But can he win in Boston?
As Curry goes, so go the Warriors. Especially when he catches fire.
Whose stock is up after the NBA draft combine, where might DeMarcus Cousins land in free agency, and other news ahead of the NBA draft.
Behind a third-quarter barrage by Curry, Golden State pulled away from Houston in a 126-85 win in Oakland. The Warriors lead the series 2-1.
Cleveland ran out to a big first-quarter lead and never looked back, destroying Boston by 30 in a game it had to have.
All those questions about how Houston would respond to losing Game 1? The Rockets emphatically answered them in Game 2, proving this team is different.
“We are who we are, and we’re pretty good at it,” Houston Coach Mike D’Antoni said after Tuesday’s practice. He was right.
She is already the first full-time assistant coach in the four major sports.