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Curry not fazed by National Basketball Association finals history

Curry not fazed by National Basketball Association finals history

The face value price is unknown, though some courtside seats cost $3,000, ESPN reported, citing a document that the Warriors sent fans a year ago. As of Monday morning, the over/under is set at 230.5 points. Four players - Green, Klay Thompson , Curry and Andre Iguodala - were whistled for two fouls in the first quarter.



Mellower Green playing Game 5 after 2016 ban

It's why Green had no problem letting everyone know inside Quicken Loans Arena now how he felt during the game, and why he had no problem explaining that to the media afterward. LeBron James has been doing his best to avoid social media during the playoffs, even deleting apps from his phone so he doesn't exactly open them, but apparently it was the talk of the locker room, and he knew the profile of the likely culprit.



Apple Legalizes In-App Tipping for Content Creators

Apps may use in-app purchase currencies to enable customers to "tip" digital content providers in the app. Apps may not include buttons, external links, or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing mechanisms other than IAP.


Fan pays $133000 for pair of NBA Finals tickets

Fan pays $133000 for pair of NBA Finals tickets

The total stands at 231.5 points, breaking the Finals record of 227.5 set in game 3 . "We learned from everything we've been through", Curry said during the trophy celebration. And now the Cleveland coach, Tyronn Lue , hopes that winning formula holds when the play the Warriors tonight in Game 5 of the best-of-seven series for the league championship.



Rays take Brendan McKay with No. 4 pick in MLB Draft

When MLB announced the pick, they called McKay as a first baseman. If Rasmussen can stay healthy Tampa Bay may have found themselves one of the best bargains of the Major League Baseball draft, as many had projected him to be an early first round lock before his injury woes.


Cavaliers were 'too nice' at start of NBA Finals - Lue

Cavaliers were 'too nice' at start of NBA Finals - Lue

But consider what that effort required: the brilliant drafting over three consecutive years of Kevin Durant , Russell Westbrook, James Harden and Serge Ibaka. Golden State's offense still managed to score 68 first-half points, their highest total in any half in the Finals, but yet trailed by 18 at halftime.