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Catch Every Buzzer-Beater of the 2014-15 NBA Season

It's been an exciting basketball season to say the least.

This has been an exciting NBA season.

 

The Warriors and Cavaliers are set to meet in the Finals, but before they do let's take a look back at the exciting moments of the season. Buzzer-beaters are the best and most heart-wrenching moments all in one. 

 

Take a look at your favorite team's triumph or agony in one clip.

 

 

 

Ryen Russillo Goes After LeBron James Haters

While filling in for Keith Olbermann, Russillo does his best to irritate viewers.

Keith Olbermann is usually the one getting sports fans worked up at night, but with Ryen Russillo filling it, he more than gladly took on the role.

 

The radio host gave an almost six-minute speech about LeBron James and his greatness, and that the haters should stop hating. Russillo also continues to ruffle feathers by bringing in up Michael Jordan in comparison.

 

"There's zero gap between Jordan and James as players," Russillo said. "Talent-wise they're on the same level."

 

National Basketball Association Playoff Game Capsules

It was 40 years in the making. The Golden State Warriors are back in the NBA Finals. Harrison Barnes was huge down the stretch, scoring 13 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter, to help the Warriors to a 104-90 win over the Houston Rockets in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals. The reigning MVP Stephen Curry, who suffered a head contusion in the Rockets' lone win in this series in Game 4, registered a game-high 26 points with eight rebounds and six assists. Klay Thompson, despite dealing with foul trouble and an ear laceration during the game, contributed 20 points in over 22 minutes of action. Golden State returns to the Finals for the first time since 1975 when it swept the Washington Bullets in four games to claim the franchise's third title. The Warriors will host the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers at Oracle Arena in Game 1 on June 4. Coming off a playoff career-high 45 points in Game 4, James Harden had a forgettable performance in this one. Harden finished with 14 points on 2-of-11 shooting, but he committed an NBA playoff record 13 turnovers. The last field goal from Harden came with 5:48 remaining in the first half. Dwight Howard led the Rockets with 18 points and 16 rebounds.

President Obama Doesn't Think Anyone Can Out-Shoot Steph Curry

During a Twitter Q&A, the President also mentioned the Bulls' firing of Tom Thibodeau.

In case you haven't noticed, the President of the United States is a bit of a sports fan.

 

President Barack Obama had a mini Twitter Q&A and people couldn't help but to ask him a few sports-related questions. 

 

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