Article posted on Monday 30 April
It seems you can't have an NBA Eastern Conference final without LeBron James. Well, you haven't been able to since 2010. In fact, his team has won every Eastern Conference final since 2011, seven in a row. But James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will have to overcome the top-seeded Toronto Raptors in the second round of the playoffs in order to try and make it a great eight.
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 Thursday 11 January
Continuing to embolden their global initiative, the NBA will contest its eighth game in London, England since 2011 as the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics get set to do battle. But more than a marketing ploy and a chance to sell NBA products overseas, there's significant implications to this game. Both teams are enjoying very solid seasons and carried lengthy winning streaks with them as they crossed the pond.
Article posted on Monday 25 May
Only a very select few players have made the NBA Finals five straight years but that's on tap for Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James on Tuesday night if his Cavs […]
Article posted on Monday 02 March
Cleveland looks to avoid a three-game winning streak on Tuesday night when the Cavaliers host Boston. The Cavs will welcome back All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving from injury.