Steph Curry leads Warriors to NBA Finals rematch

Steph Curry

Warriors take Game 7 over Thunder, secure NBA Finals rematch – USA Today
The Warriors, amazingly, became just the 10th team out of 233 to recover from a 3-1 deficit in a seven-game series to survive. In doing so, they avoided – at least for now – an offseason of infamy that would have come had their historic 73-win regular season been for naught.

Pitching Sinks The Padres On Memorial Day
In the end, this was an all-too-predictable start for Andrew Cashner, who will be a free agent after this season. Once he ran into trouble in the 6th, he really melted down and allowed the big inning to hurt him. That is why the one-time hot prospect is now 2-5 with an ERA of 4.79.

Padres, White Sox Discussing James Shields Trade
If Shields were to opt-out of his contract, it would actually help the team if they try to go the “rebuilding” route. If the team were to get back a prospect for him in addition to getting his contract off of the books, it would likely be a best-case scenario for Padres General Manager A.J. Preller.

Steph Curry pirouettes on another rival’s grave – SB Nation
For a star athlete who so often presents as sweet, there is no one in the NBA as mean as Stephen Curry. As the Thunder learned in the final three games of their epic series against the Warriors, Curry is always ready to attack, to score and to embarrass. In this way, it’s surprising more old-school players don’t relish Curry’s reign. For all the complaints about modern players being friendly and nice to each other, more than any other current star Steph takes pleasure in sending opponents into a tailspin.

2016 NBA Finals Preview: Warriors vs. Cavaliers
It’s time for Round 2 of the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers. In this highly-anticipated rematch, will Stephen Curry and the NBA’s golden boys complete their record-setting regular season with a second consecutive championship, or will LeBron James and Cleveland’s red-hot big three exact their revenge after falling short last year?

Convadium’s drubbing puts Bolts in rally mode – San Diego Union-Tribune
Political leaders across the spectrum have opposed or strongly questioned the Chargers’ stadium plan, and some leaders say voters don’t want to discuss the proposed $1.15-billion subsidy. How can the Chargers prove them wrong?

Three bold predictions for the San Diego Chargers in 2016 – Bolts from the Blue
Will the San Diego Chargers offense once again find its footing under Ken Whisenhunt? If so, there may be no limit to how much they could improve on that side of the ball this year.


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