After Wednesday night’s 118-113 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Golden State Warriors are just one victory away from a clean sweep of the 2017 NBA Playoffs.
Here’s what happened on Wednesday:
The cold facts don't capture the way Durant silenced a sellout crowd that was tantalized by the possibility of the Cavaliers pulling to within a game of tying the series. They don't summarize the historic swing in this game, from just another case of home teams holding serve to the Warriors capturing their record-setting 15th consecutive victory in the postseason, on the brink of completing the first 16-0 playoff run in NBA history.
J.R. always seems to find his way into the headlines. Not sure how he thought tweeting and subsequently deleting that was a smart idea, but this is probably not even at the top of the list of dumb things he’s done.
I’d argue that being the main reason behind having a dress code instituted is just another way of leaving your mark on the game, but I suppose it’s fair to not view it in a positive light. As Kyle points out, some of the league’s stars still don’t dress well, especially that one player in Oklahoma City who shall remain nameless.
The group was highlighted by a pair of Oregon Ducks and St. Joe’s Prep’s own Steve Vasturia.
There’s another great commercial featuring Kobe Bryant and Jalen Rose
I think this one is much funnier than the 81 olives bit they released the other day. The commercial aired during Rose’s new scripted show, Jalen vs. Everybody, on ESPN.
Josh Jackson’s agent spoke about the Sixers
Zach Gelb of 920 The Jersey had an extensive conversation with Josh Jackson’s agent, B.J. Armstrong. Among the topics discussed were Jackson’s potential landing in Philadel