After a long summer NBA opening night is finally upon us, and we’re starting with a bang as the defending champion Golden State Warriors are presented with their championship rings before taking the floor against a new look Houston Rockets outfit.
After unstoppable performances from Kyrie Irving and LeBron James at home in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, The Cleveland Cavaliers lived to fight another day against the Golden State Warriors. With the battle moving back to Oracle Arena, and the home team holding a 3-1 lead, the odds were heavily stacked against the Cavs’.
After running all over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1 of the 2017 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors were looking to leverage their home court advantage and head into the change of cities with a 2-0 lead.
Facing off for the third straight year, the Cleveland Cavaliers walk into Oracle Arena where they will take on the Golden State Warriors. With some new faces on both squads heading into this years Finals, only time would tell if the Warriors can get their revenge on the Cavs’ after a devastating Game 7 loss last year.
After overcoming a 25 point deficit at home to steal Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference Finals against the San Antonio Spurs, the Golden State Warriors were heading into Game 2 of the matchup looking to walk away with a 2-0 series lead.
After battling injuries and pushing past the Houston Rockets to reach the Western Conference Finals, the San Antonio Spurs enter Oracle Arena for Game where they faced a well rested Golden State Warriors squad.
Coming off a tough 7 game playoff series against the Los Angeles Clippers in round 1, Utah haven’t had the luxury of resting before the second round kicked off, unlike their opponent The Golden State Warriors.
As we prepared for Game 2 of the playoff series between the Portland Trailblazers and the Golden State Warriors, everything was falling in place for the home team to take home a win away in Oracle Arena. With Kevin Durant, Shaun Livingston and Matt Barnes all sidelined with injuries, it’s was the best chance for the Blazers had at getting a win away from home.
Heading into the 2016-17 NBA season the Minnesota Timberwolves were predicted by experts across the league to make a big impact, and head to the post season on the back of their young roster. Unfortunately, things didn’t pan out exactly at they were supposed to. On Tuesday night as the Timberwolves walk onto the floor in Oracle Arena to take on the Golden State Warriors, their season is already dead in the water.
It might not have looked like much of a matchup on paper, but the Orlando Magic were walking into Oracle Arena and planning on taking home a win against the Golden State Warriors. After being involved in some questionable trades over the past 9 months, the recent acquisition of ex-Toronto Raptor Terrence Ross has given the Magic a much needed energy boost as the organization works to gain some momentum to finish the season.