Steph Curry is one of the most well-received players in the NBA. He's one of those all-around good guys that even if he's not on your team, you can't help but to root for.
That's why when a Bay Area teacher wrote a letter to the MVP asking him not to come to his school, Warriors fans didn't react well. Matt Amaral is a Warriors fan as well, but he writes about his reasoning for asking Curry to distance himself from his school.
You want to get people to buy something, put an athlete in the commercial. That's always been the strategy.
BodyArmor is going all out in this one. The company enlists the help of sports' biggest stars including Rob Gronkowski, Andrew Luck, Skylar Diggins, Richard Sherman, James Harden, and more. It's hard to really understand what's happening after you see Luck pulling off a look from 1978.
For five straight seasons, now, LeBron James has sat in the Eastern Conference throne. Only two of his past four trips to the NBA Finals, however, have resulted in championships. And if James is to win a third this June, he’s got his work cut out for him.
The Golden State Warriors were the NBA’s best team this year, and it wasn’t close. Their 67-win campaign makes them one of the 10 best regular-season teams of all time. The bad news for the Cavs is that Golden State hasn’t looked much worse in the postseason.
Jahlil Okafor is destined to be a high pick in the 2015 NBA Draft.
Before he made it to this point, the former Duke star went through a lot of adversity in his life. Okafor lost his mother at the age of nine and from there things changed. It strengthed his relationship with his father, and when he went on to Duke he created a new family of sorts.
Anthony Davis has a new molder. The best young NBA big man this side of Shaquille O’Neal was the best selling point for any free agent coach this offseason, once Davis’ New Orleans Pelicans created an opening by dismissing Monty Williams after five years of service.