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Cleveland Cavaliers not giving up against Golden State Warriors, says LeBron James

The Warriors, who are on an National Basketball Association record 15-0 playoff win streak, could dethrone LeBron James and his teammates and become the first champions in league history to make an undefeated run through the playoffs. They are 15-0 and will trying to finish the NBA's first flawless postseason with a victory over Cleveland on Friday in Game 4. LeBron James and his Cavs teammates have made clear throughout the series that these Warriors, with Kevin Durant , are not the same ...



Penguins on brink of repeat after blowout win

His first rush up the ice resulted in a near-amazing goal and a power play for the Penguins, who scored and never relinquished control of Game 5. Late in the first period , Crosby and Nashville's P.K. "It's just one of those things it slipped out of my hand", Crosby said. The home team has won each game in the series. Pekka Rinne's regression roller coaster continued in Game 5, resulting in backup rookie Juuse Saros finishing out most of the rout.



Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers to go 3-0 up

Golden State's 118-113 victory over Cleveland was the closest game of the series and the most-watched Game 3 ever on ABC, according to Nielsen numbers announced Thursday. "Those guys have been unbelievable", said Warriors guard Klay Thompson . That's where the Warriors are leaving us, though, and even if they don't finish the deal Friday, Monday looks no less foreboding.


Steve Kerr Throws Shade At Players Who Say They Could've Beaten Warriors

Steve Kerr Throws Shade At Players Who Say They Could've Beaten Warriors

Needless to say Kerr isn't serious, but he did get some serious laughs from reporters in attendance and rightfully so. "The game gets worse as time goes on", Kerr joked, according to the Bay Area News Group's Jimmy Durkin . "It's kind of just comedy to me", Curry said Friday. "The hypothetical game is never one I've played and I don't want to be in that situation where you have to argue that", Curry said.


Ivan Lendl gives green light to Andy Murray to continue shouting

Ivan Lendl gives green light to Andy Murray to continue shouting

Unlike Nadal's straightforward sprint past Thiem , Wawrinka's marathon against Murray wound its way through spots in which one player, then the other, appeared to wrest control, then cede it. "I always read that you need a tough match early to get through it and that if you go through the draw without losing a set it may hurt you, but I kind of chuckle at that", he said.