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2019 NBA Finals | How to Get the Cheapest NBA Finals Tickets

The 2019 NBA Finals have arrived after the Golden State Warriors made quick work on the Trail Blazers in the Western Conference Finals, winning in a four-game sweep. The Toronto Raptors have clinched their spot after a thrilling six-game series against Milwaukee out east, and now Golden State and Toronto will face off for the title. As ...

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How Much Do NBA Finals Tickets Cost? (Best Time to Buy)

The NBA Finals has featured a match-up between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers for the past two seasons, and all signs point to NBA fans being treated to the trilogy in 2017. Repeating the same match-up for three straight seasons gives us a unique look at how the ticket market has reacted to all ...

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Cleveland Cavaliers Fans Struggle to Spell Dellavedova

With Kevin Love already out for the remainder of the 2015 NBA Playoffs and starting point guard Kyrie Irving suffering a similar fate in Game 1 of the Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers looked to be in a bad way in their title bout with the Golden State Warriors. These setbacks notwithstanding, LeBron James and company have held ...

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Flashback Friday – Michael Jordan’s Flu Game

The recent exploits of Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James are going down as perhaps the ultimate example of a transcendent athlete willing a depleted roster toward a world championship. Without Kevin Love, without Kyrie Irving, LBJ and a ragtag bunch of basketball misfits have given league MVP Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors all they can ...

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J.R. Smith and Matthew Dellavedova Share Tender Moment After Cavs Win

Make no mistake about it–Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was one relieved man following his team’s Game 2 victory over the Golden State Warriors. By Smith’s own admission, he played less than spectacular in support of his teammates, namely LeBron James and Timofey Mozgov. That duo’s Herculean effort kept the Cavs in the game and, ...

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