D-Rose Turned Back the Clock and Put Up 50
Dubs Trolled Fergie So Hard It Became a Challenge
CP3-Rondo Blowup Was a Long Time Coming
NBA Let Players Know They Have to Cover Branded Tattoos
The NBA Is Back and the Soccer World Is Pumped
Boban Is Back to Break It Down for Another Season
Players Battle Campers in Rivalry of the Summer
Happy 30th to KD!
Andrew Bynum Is Making an NBA Comeback
Kobe's Hottest Kicks 👟
The Kyrie-I.T. Trade Shook the NBA 1 Year Ago Today
Dyckman Courts Are the Red Carpet of Streetball
Giannis' Youngest Brother Could Be the True 'Greek Freak'
#JamesGang Got AAU Hoops on Lock 🔒
11 Years Ago, KG Joined the Celtics
LeBron's School Opens in Akron 💪
Embiid Putting the World on a Poster This Offseason
Kobe's ‘Mamba Mentality’ Runs in the Family
Artist Paints Over LeBron's 'King of LA' Mural
The Golden State Warriors wound up pulling out a 124-114 overtime victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals, but LeBron James and Co. had a chance to win at the end of regulation.
Then chaos ensued.
In a 107-107 game, Cavaliers guard George Hill was at the line with a chance to give his team the lead with 4.7 seconds to play. However, his shot came up short and bounced to Cleveland's J.R. Smith...who ran the ball to midcourt while thinking his team was ahead.
It wasn't. And that decision cost the Cavs a chance to get a decent final shot off before the buzzer.
Golden State outscored Cleveland 17-7 in overtime, only putting Smith's blunder (and Hill's miss) more in the spotlight.