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Thunder Will Have To Beat Warriors And Refs To Win Tonight
NBA Enters Professional Wrestling Mode As TV Networks Attempt To Get Warriors, Cavaliers Into Championship Round
ABC Will Do Everything Possible To See Thunder, Raptors Get Knocked Out In Championship Round
By Kelso SturgeonPermanent residents of the sports betting world trust no one, believe no one and know for a fact the higher powers that rule sports have been rendered have no conscience and are absolutely amoral because of television money. If a little move here or there can please the TV networks, let's do what it takes to make them happy.Reality: a nine-year $24 billion contract, worth $2.6 billion to the NBA this season, rules the day. This means there will again be behind-the-scenes maneuvering to get the public's favorite team, the Golden State Warriors, and the popular LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers to the championship round, which would insure the biggest TV audience in history.
Thunder Storm Stuns the NBA
We’re proud of the fact that we recommended the Oklahoma City Thunder as a 12-1 bet to win the NBA championship prior to the beginning of the Western Conference Finals against Golden State. Those odds are now cut to 13-10 after Oklahoma City grabbed a 3-1 series lead with last night’s 118-94 win.But even the most fervent believer in OKC or the biggest skeptic 73-win Golden State couldn’t have seen the thoroughness which the Thunder dominated Games 3 & 4 on their home floor. How could this have happened? And given that the series is far from over - the Warriors need simply defend their home floor and get one road win - can it continue?
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Defending champion Warriors stave off elimination, beat OKC
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) ''We ain't going home! We're not going home!'' Stephen Curry screamed at the top of his lungs.
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LEADING OFF: Dodgers' Urias set for major league debut
A look at what's happening all around the majors today: