Durant Named Finals MVP After Warriors Game 5 Win
Kevin Durant's decision to leave the Thunder for the Warriors is paying off. Durant was named MVP of the 2017 NBA Finals. He averaged 35.2 points on just under 56-percent shooting with 8.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game in Golden State's five-game series win over the Cavaliers. It was Durant's first championship and first Finals MVP. "KD" got revenge against his rival LeBron James, who bested his good friend back when he was the Heat in 2012. #NBAFinals #KevinDurant #Gold
Curry Regrets "Rigged" Comments
Ayesha Curry says she regrets calling the NBA "rigged" during the Finals, saying she ''didn't think about the ramifications'' when she exploded on Twitter after husband Stephen Curry's Warriors lost to the Cavaliers in Game 6. Curry tells People magazine she regrets the ways she voiced how hurt she was and didn't mean to offend anyone. #AyeshaCurry #StephenCurry #NBAFinals #GoldenStateWarriors #ClevelandCavaliers
Howard "I Want To Bring A Title Home"
So if you haven't heard Dwight Howard will officially become a member of the Atlanta Hawks once the NBA moratorium ends on Thursday. Howard, an Atlanta native played high school basketball at Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy before being selected with the No. 1 overall pick by the Magic in 2004. The big man known as D12 was once a dominant factor in the league, leading the Orlando Magic to the NBA Finals during the 2008-2009 season but those days are long behind him. But d