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Wrestling and basketball go hand in hand, right?
At least the first half looked competitive.
We sure do love our sports.
Golden State Warriors fans booed and chanted, “WARRIORS” as LeBron James touched down in San Francisco in preparation for Game 1 of the NBA Finals.
It’s arguably the dirtiest and most terrifying word within the sports fan community. It induces spit-flying reactions, incoherent debates and creates long-lasting negative feelings. Similarly to Hamilton Porter’s “You play ball like a girl!” proclamation in the legendary 1993 movie The Sandlot, tabbing a fellow or opposing fan as fair-weather is about as bad as it gets.
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This young fan took J.R. Smith bobblehead night very, very seriously.
Cavaliers’ general manager David Griffin joined Mike & Mike on Monday morning to discuss his team, where they stand and what they need.
The Cavaliers surrounded 70 points in the first half against the Warriors and found themselves down 26.
Unless they come in the final moments of a butt-clenchingly close game, free throws are the most non-thrilling scoring plays in sports.
Pro golfer Jason Day’s wife, Ellie, was injured after a collision with LeBron James and forced to leave on a stretcher.