We will be talking sports and having fun doing it! We will be joined by Hall of Famer Willie Roaf, who will discuss the NBA Finals, Terrell Owens, and Frame Your Game. Also, Rider University assistant basketball coach Marlon Guild will join Continue reading Listen to Go4it! Guests: HOF Willie Roaf & Rider U assistant Bball coach Marlon Guild
When Kevin Durant decided to sign with the Warriors in the summer of 2016, many believed that Golden State had a team that was going to be tough to beat for years to come, and at this point, that seems Continue reading Stephen A. Smith believes Durant will leave Warriors at some point(VIDEO)
LeBron James did everything and then some to help the Cavaliers win Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night. James had 51 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assists, but unfortunately for the Cavs, J.R. Smith lost his mind. Continue reading Stephen A. on J.R. Smith’s gaffe: ‘I never experienced this level of idiocy'(VIDEO)
Shaq and Kobe were one of the greatest duos of all-time. The two won three NBA titles together with the Lakers, and if they would have stayed together, could have won a few more. Ultimately, Shaquille O’Neal was traded to Continue reading Shaq admits to Kobe that he did not always work hard(watch)
One of the highlights of winning a NBA title is going to the White House to meet the president, but with Donald Trump in office, that has changed. Will 2017 NBA champs the Golden State Warriors visit the White House? Continue reading Steph Curry to skip White House visit?
Kyrie Irving was the third best player in the 2017 NBA Finals behind Kevin Durant and LeBron James. Irving averaged 29 ppg in the series against the Warriors. During the 2017 NBA Finals, Irving had moments when he looked downright Continue reading Why Kyrie Irving is not better than Allen Iverson
The Warriors have won their second title in three years on Monday night. Kevin Durant was named the finals MVP. Here is how Twitter reacted: Congrats my friends 💍👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿Enjoy Bay Area another 🏆 @nba Championship!! — Leandro Barbosa (@TheBlurBarbosa) June Continue reading Twitter reaction to Warriors winning the NBA Finals!
The “Clutch City” Rockets won back-to-back NBA titles in 1994 and 1995. During those two years, Hakeem Olajuwon dominated the NBA. Unfortunately for all of us, we would never see Michael Jordan vs. Olajuwon in the NBA Finals. Michael Jordan Continue reading Former Rocket Tracy Murray on why the 1995 Rockets would’ve beaten Jordan’s Bulls: ‘We just matched up with them pretty doggone good’