Golden State Warriors owner expects to sign Steve Kerr to contract extension

  • Golden State Warriors owner expects to sign Steve Kerr to contract extension

Golden State Warriors owner expects to sign Steve Kerr to contract extension

There was no immediate word on the status or severity of his injury.

Right now, Golden State is on another tier and with Durant expected to re-sign with them in weeks and Curry, Thompson, Green and the rest still young and hungry, their reign could last much longer.

That the Cavaliers were competitive at all-or that they even made the finals-was down to their talismanic forward, LeBron James, who was nursing an injury for the past three games.

If the Warriors win the championship again - and no team has blown a 3-0 series lead in the NBA Finals - then all the hiccups of the regular season will be forgotten.

The 33-year-old plans to consider everything once the season ends, but he offered some clues about what he'll consider before making his next move, a decision that will dwarf any other National Basketball Association news in July.

While this was perhaps their most hard season, they found a way to overcome a 3-2 deficit against the Rockets and then cruise through the Finals.

Stephen Curry goes to the basket. For the entire postseason, James shot 34% on over five attempts per game.

It's also the only way the Cavaliers can survive. Some team may eventually could break the drought, but Cleveland's chances appear remote against a Golden State team that hasn't lost four straight since March 2013. There was no way the Cavs could hold out hope of any comeback and Bron and coach Tye Lue knew it. But it's worth wondering how limited James was, and how much fight it took out of him, particularly after he almost willed the Cavs to an improbable Game 1 win. Eastern, but you can stream Game 4 here. James also laid out a potential blueprint for the Cavs to follow if they want to keep him.

Let's be totally honest here, did we really think that Embiid wouldn't be the first one to say something to James?

Windhorst said that James did not want the information getting out for fear of the Warriors targeting him on defense or guarding him differently. "He has a lot of things going on as well". Curry and McGee (yeah, he was a legitimate factor again) boosting Golden State to a 67-52 lead and sending Cleveland scurrying to a timeout.

Ahead of Game 4 of the 2018 NBA Finals, Shaw shared some of his favorite shots from four years of covering the Warriors and Cavaliers as they battle for the NBA championship, and spoke with Business Insider about the difficulties, logistics, and joys of the job. He didn't get the foul, but his hurl was good for a 13-3 lead that stunned the crowd.

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But if it happens, at least he'll be in elite company.

An overpowering Golden State Warriors squad captured a third NBA title in four seasons Friday, routing the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-85 to complete a sweep in the best-of-seven NBA Finals.

The last time a team was swept in the finals was 2007, when the Spurs took out James' Cavaliers.

The other four guys to be twice-swept?

James, 33, reportedly will meet next month with Philadelphia, the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston, Boston, Miami and even the Warriors. He clinched a second consecutive Finals MVP award with his triple-double on Friday.

Golden State have won all three against the Cavaliers with the final game finishing in Cleveland for the second time and with speculation LeBron James could leave Cleveland.