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Warriors beat Cavs to close in on second straight title
(Reuters) - The defending champion Golden State Warriors overcame a hot start by the Cleveland Cavaliers to earn a 110-102 victory on Wednesday and take a 3-0 stranglehold on the best-of-seven NBA Finals.
Jun 7 (OPTA) - Results from the NBA games on Wednesday (home team in CAPS)(start times are EST)
Golden State Warriors' Iguodala a game-time decision for Game 3
Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala has been upgraded to a game-time decision for Wednesday's Game 3 of the NBA Finals against the host Cleveland Cavaliers, coach Steve Kerr told reporters.
Report: 76ers owners meet to ponder GM Colangelo's fate
According to an ESPN report, the Philadelphia 76ers ownership group, led by CEO Scott O'Neill, met Tuesday night to review findings of an investigation into the actions of Colangelo, the team's general manager, and Colangelo's wife.
RPT-Mayweather back on top of Forbes best paid list
June 6 (Reuters) - American boxer Floyd Mayweather's blockbuster fight against Conor McGregor has pushed him back to the top of the Forbes list of best paid athletes for the fourth time in seven years.
Mayweather back on top of Forbes best paid list
(Reuters) - American boxer Floyd Mayweather's blockbuster fight against Conor McGregor has pushed him back to the top of the Forbes list of best paid athletes for the fourth time in seven years.
James expects team mates to step up in Cleveland
(Reuters) - Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James expects his team mates to step up their game when the NBA Finals shift to the Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday, a boost his team will need to avoid falling into a 3-0 hole in the best-of-seven series.
Trump keeps up blitz on NFL players with 'Celebration of America'
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's kept up his feud with the Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday after most team members refused to attend an event honoring their Super Bowl victory in the fallout over Trump's demand that players stand for the national anthem.
NBA-Cavs and Warriors would take pass on White House visit
June 5 (Reuters) - Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry have been battling in the NBA Finals, but both stars agreed on Tuesday that whichever team wins the championship will skip the traditional White House visit to celebrate with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Down 0-2 in NBA Finals, James, Cavaliers expect boost at home
LeBron James said before the start of the NBA Finals that the Cleveland Cavaliers will draw on their experience.
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