LeBron James won his fourth ring and Finals MVP, being the first player to do it on three different teams, and it strengthens his case as the G.O.A.T.
James remembers the washed king narrative
The Los Angeles Lakers are NBA champions, defeating the Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, winning the best-of-seven series four games to two.
LeBron James and Anthony Davis had big shoes to fill with the Lakers, and they’ve been close to the perfect fit.
Here's the blueprint for how the "locked in" Lakers are overwhelming opponents with defense.
The Heat rookie has impressed during the postseason.
Can an icon be an iconoclast? The Heat, the unlikeliest of championship contenders, are built in Riley’s image. They are the brainchild of a basketball mind that long ago learned to trust its own eye above anyone else’s.
When it comes to the most important players in the NBA Finals, LeBron James is obviously number one, but which other players will step up?
Several of James' greatest NBA Finals games have failed to stand the test of time.
Jared Dudley of the Los Angeles Lakers waited 13 seasons for his first look at the NBA Finals. Goran Dragic's finals debut for the Miami Heat comes in his 12th season. Heat star Jimmy Butler is headed there for the first time in his ninth year.
Being in the bubble has been mentally and physically challenging for LeBron James, but he's more than ready to compete for a fourth ring.
The Raptors closed Oracle Arena with a series-clinching win over the Warriors in Game 6.
The Golden State Warriors will have DeMarcus Cousins available for Game 1 of the NBA Finals. Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters that Cousins, who suffered a torn quad muscle in the first round of the playoffs, will play Thursday night against the Toronto Raptors. Cousins returned to the practice floor last Thursday in an effort to return to game action. At that time, the team said that Cousins would be available “at some point” during the Finals.
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Kevin Durant captured the NBA Finals MVP award for the second consecutive year, beating Stephen Curry.
After collective dread that Warriors-Cavs IV might be a huge mismatch, Golden State's needing lucky breaks (and controversy) to win Game 1 in OT means this could be a fascinating series.
Several of the game's most impactful players will be donning unique kicks for the NBA's grandest stage.
So as Round 4 of the record-setting rivalry begins Thursday night, has Warriors-Cavaliers become too much of a good thing?
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Will LeBron cap a historic playoff quest with his fourth title, or will Golden State add another chapter to its dynasty? Our experts make their Finals predictions.