The Milwaukee Bucks have already clinched a playoff spot. Typically, teams don’t clinch a playoff spot in February; however, the Bucks have secured a spot for the fourth straight year.
So last night, the Toronto Raptors beat the Milwaukee Bucks and are headed to the NBA Finals for the first time, where they will play last year’s NBA Champions – the Golden State Warriors. To read more, be sure to visit our Golden State Warriors Sweep Cavaliers post.
Since two games went the full series of seven games, the NBA Conference Finals are here. So, are you going to be watching this round? Equally important, are your favorite teams still playing?
The NBA second round playoff is underway. So, the first round is behind us. To read more about the first round, be sure to visit our NBA Playoff Bracket Update 2019 post.
NBA Playoff Bracket includes sixteen teams. To read more about the road to the playoffs; be sure to visit our NBA Playoff Picture 2019 post. Now that the playoffs have started and we have scores from this past weekend; let’s take a look at the postseason.
The NBA playoff picture is shaping up. With less than 10 days to go in the regular season; the next week or so will determine the teams that will be in the playoffs.
When Kyrie Irving requested a trade to leave Lebron James and company in Cleveland; he wanted to get away from James and establish himself as a leader.
The Golden State Warriors sweep the Cleveland Cavaliers to win back-to-back championships. Although the Warriors were the favorite to repeat as champions; did you expect the series to be over in four games?
Last night, the Golden State Warriors beat Houston in game 7. With the Cavaliers win against the Celtics in game 7 on Sunday night, the NBA finals are set. To read more about the Cavaliers win, visit our Cavaliers Fourth Straight Final post.
For the fourth straight year, the Cleveland Cavaliers are headed back to the finals. After the trade deadline, Cleveland showed they were for real. To read more, visit our Cleveland Cavaliers Revival post.