Article posted on Friday 11 May
Are LeBron James and Steph Curry on an NBA Finals collision course for the fourth straight spring? Not if the Boston Celtics and Houston Rockets have any say. The NBA is down to its final four and the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are right there again.
Article posted on Friday 13 April
They say to be the best, you must beat the best, and in the NBA playoffs, two proud past champions are teetering. In the West, the defending champion Golden State Warriors will start postseason play minus injured all-world guard Stephen Curry. In the East, the 2016 NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers haven't looked like themselves all season long. Are we about to see the crowning of new title holders?
Article posted on Thursday 12 April
In recent years, the pursuit of the NBA title has proven to be a two-horse race between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. They've met in the last three NBA Finals, with Golden State winning in the odd years (2015, 2017) and Cleveland in the even year (2016). But there's a new stud in the race this year and the Houston Rockets might be the thoroughbred to beat.
Article posted on Tuesday 06 February
Two games behind the Boston Celtics, if the Toronto Raptors don't beat Boston at home, hopes of winning the East grow dim. We like this tilt as part of a four-game NBA parlay on Tuesday that also sees Milwaukee and New York square off for the second time in five days, and two rivalry games, as Golden State goes up against Oklahoma City, while Philadelphia tangles with Washington.
Article posted on Saturday 03 June
How will the Cleveland Cavaliers respond to the 22-point drubbing they suffered at the hands of the Golden State Warriors in Game 1? Will they cover as underdogs, or is Golden State ready for forge a 2-0 lead? TopBet's lines will tell us.
Article posted on Friday 20 March
Oklahoma City superstar Kevin Durant now seems likely to miss the rest of the NBA season, officially ending the Thunder's title hopes.
Article posted on Monday 23 February
Oklahoma City superstar Kevin Durant will miss at least another week following a procedure to his surgically repaired foot. But Russell Westbrook is good enough to keep OKC winning without Durant.