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Curry, James headline All-NBA Team

MOST Valuable Player Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors and LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers were unanimous choices for the All-NBA first team.

Curry and James received first team votes on all 129 ballots submitted. Joining Curry at guard on the All-NBA team is James Harden of the Houston Rockets (125 votes) while joining James at forward is Anthony Davis of the New Orleans Pelicans (119 votes). The center is Marc Gasol of the Memphis Grizzlies (65 votes).

Comprising the second team are LaMarcus Aldridge of the Portland Trail Blazers, DeMarcus Cousins of the Sacramento Kings, Pau Gasol of the Chicago Bulls, Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder and Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers.


LeBron, Smith power Cavs to Game 1 win vs. Hawks

LeBron James scored 31 points, while J.R. Smith made eight 3-pointers and added 28 to lead the Cleveland Cavaliers past the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks 97-89 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday night.

Making a tough night even worse for the Hawks, they sustained a potentially huge blow in the fourth quarter when DeMarre Carroll went out with a knee injury.

Intent on bringing Cleveland its first NBA title, James sealed the victory with a soaring dunk in the final minute. But Smith was the one who ignited the Cavaliers, going 8 of 12 from 3-point range.


Warriors' Curry disagrees with league's decision

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry said he disagreed with the NBA's decision to fine him $5,000 for violating the league's anti-flopping rules against the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.

The league said Wednesday that the NBA MVP exaggerated contact after his 3-pointer with 3:07 remaining in the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 110-106 victory on Tuesday night. Curry made the shot and fell to the court after getting bumped by defender Terrence Jones. The shot gave Golden State a 106-97 lead.


NBA betting: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Atlanta Hawks odds, matchup stats

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will try to solve the Atlanta Hawks on the road in Game 1 of the NBA's Eastern Conference Finals.

The Atlanta Hawks are 3-0 SU and 2-1 ATS in their last three games against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Hawks are hoping that their regular season success against the Cavs will carry over into the postseason with Game 1 on Wednesday night at Philips Arena.

Atlanta is a 1-point home favorite in Game 1, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. This is the first time the Hawks are favored by less than 5.5 points at home in 12 games, dating back to March 22.


NBA Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Celtics and Bulls

Only four teams are left in the NBA playoffs, leaving 26 others to begin contemplating how to be in that same position this time next year. For some, it’s a matter of luring prized free agents to their teams. To others, it’s beginning to ponder what trades can be made to put their teams over the edge.

With the postseason winding down and both the 2015 NBA draft and free agency getting closer, rumors are beginning to swirl. Among the teams already rumored to be trying to make moves are a pair of Eastern Conference playoff teams: the Boston Celtics and the Chicago Bulls.


Cormier Ready For 'Bully' Johnson

No matter what Daniel Cormier says about him, Anthony “Rumble” Johnson insists he’s no bully.

When he gets hit, Johnson hits back. That’s his mentality.

But Cormier, who fights Johnson for the vacant UFC light heavyweight title Saturday night at UFC 187, said his opponent likes to push people around in the Octagon. But it won’t happen with him.

“When I watch Rumble Johnson, he’s a bully,” Cormier said Tuesday after an open workout on the MGM Grand casino floor. “He bullies guys. He makes them go backward, and he traps them. I’m not going to allow that. If he tries to bully me, I’ll stand right in front of him, and if he hits me, I’ll hit him right back. And then we’ll see how the bully handles it when nobody is going to run away from him.”



Due to pending legal issues, there is no clear timetable for Jon Jones to fight in the UFC. But if and when he does return to the Octagon, it will likely be in a high stakes bout.

During a Wednesday appearance on ”The Jim Rome Show,” UFC President Dana White said that Jones would receive a shot at the light heavyweight title when he comes back to the Las Vegas-based promotion.

“He comes right back and fights for the title,” White said. “He hasn’t had the time Anderson Silva’s had, but he’s the most dominant champion. If you look at the murderer’s row of the 205-pound division that he went through, and he just went through it like a hot knife through butter, I mean he’s the man. Whenever he gets his stuff together, he can come right back and fight for the title.”


Froch vs. Golovkin negotiations underway

Well, it looks like former IBF/WBA super middleweight champion Carl Froch has finally taken interest in facing WBA 160lb champion Gennady Golovkin (33-0, 30 KOs) in what would be a very, very risky fight for the 37-year-old Froch.

According to Froch’s promoter Eddie Hearn, he’s started negotiations with Golovkin’s management for a fight between them. Hearn believes it’s a fight that they could stage at Wembley Stadium in London, UK and fill the thing like they did with Froch’s fight against domestic fighter George Groves.

The idea is that the hard hitting Golovkin would have to move up to 168 to face Froch rather than him coming down to face Golovkin at middleweight or at a catch-weight. Froch would have the advantage in weight, but of course that probably wouldn’t matter much due to Golovkin’s huge punching power.


Arum says Pacquiao was 100% for Mayweather fight

Manny Pacquiao’s promoter Bob Arum is saying that Pacquiao went into his fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. 100 percent healthy despite the fact that Pacquiao re-injured his rotator cuff in training camp last April.

Arum claims that Pacquiao has had the rotator cuff injury since 2008 when he fought Oscar De La Hoya. Apparently the injury flared up during training for the Mayweather fight.

What’s hard to understand is how Arum says that Pacquiao was 100% for the Mayweather fight, because if he’s been walking around with a torn rotator cuff for the past seven years, it tells that Pacquiao couldn’t have been 100%.


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