2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
67-15, 1st in Pacific
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Stephen A. says Finals rest on KD's shoulders (0:44)
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KD determined to go at LeBron (1:04)
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Dudley on perception of LeBron in the NBA

Suns F Jared Dudley shares his thoughts on the perception of LeBron James, how Isaiah Thomas' absence has changed the Celtics' offense, parity in the NBA, tanking and more.

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Carlesimo: Could Cavs beat Warriors again?

ESPN NBA analyst P.J. Carlesimo comments on his expectations for Game 5 between the Cavaliers and Celtics, whether Cleveland could beat the Warriors again and more.

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The world is ready for Warriors, Cavs in Finals (1:30)
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Is Golden State vulnerable? (2:22)
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12hDavid Purdum

Durant tops Curry as favorite for Finals MVP

In the first odds ever offered by a Nevada sportsbook for NBA Finals MVP, Kevin Durant opened as the favorite at 7-5, followed by Stephen Curry at 8-5.

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Is Boston harder to guard than Golden State? (2:45)
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18hDave McMenamin

Lue: Celtics tougher to defend than Warriors

Despite being one win away from advancing to face the Warriors in the NBA Finals, Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said the Celtics are enough of a handful and that he "doesn't even think about" Golden State.

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Credit a signed toaster for Warriors' insane win streak (0:29)
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Stephen A. applauds Draymond's accountability (1:16)
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Warriors should want to face Cavs in Finals (1:03)
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Durant doesn't need NBA Finals as validation (0:57)

ESPN Staff  

How many 3s and home runs can you fit into one photo? Well, here are 115 home runs and 1,548 3-pointers in one. Athletics slugger Khris Davis and Warriors star Klay Thompson ran into each other in the Bay Area and stopped to get a photo. (Photo credit: Jesse Sanchez MLB/Twitter)

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2dMartín Bater | ESPN Digital

Es hora de apreciar a los Golden State Warriors

Stephen Curry y sus compañeros consiguieron algo que no veíamos desde que los Lakers de Kobe y Shaq lo hicieron en el el 2001, ¿pero acaso estamos sabiendo apreciar su verdadera genialidad?

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Also: ZaZa Pachulia (heel) says he'll be fine to play in the NBA Finals. Nine-day layoff should be enough time to heal.

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Curry understands excitement about Cavs-Warriors III (1:00)

ESPN Stats and Information  

With their Game 4 win over the Spurs, the Warriors passed the 2001 and 1989 Lakers for the most consecutive wins to open playoffs in NBA history.

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.91st
Rebounds Per Game44.47th
Assists Per Game30.41st
Points Allowed104.311th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2016-176715.817
2015-16739.890
2014-156715.817
2013-145131.622
2012-134735.573