Kevin Durant’s Wingspan Covers Alaska Airlines Plane For NBA Finals

Kevin Durant’s Wingspan Covers Alaska Airlines Plane For NBA Finals

Kevin Durant’s Wingspan Covers Alaska Airlines Plane For NBA Finals

However, given the NBA Finals coverage is produced by ESPN-this is the 16 consecutive year the broadcaster has covered the final series on ABC-the games will also be available for streaming via the ESPN app.

"Both teams being down 3 games to 2 seemed to contribute to the excitement in buying gear when they won their conference", said Jack Boyle, the company's co-president of direct-to-consumer merchandise. Durant is working with Alaska Airlines to develop programs and support groups for at-risk youth in the Bay Area, according to the airline.

"Even if you start back to the summertime where I felt like it was just bad for our franchise just to be able to trade away our superstar point guard", James said.

"Our talent took over", Warriors coach Steve Kerr told reporters after winning the Western Conference finals.

The Warriors' haven't been as explosive this year either, with their playoff average going from 119.3 last season to 109.1 this time around. "If they get blown out both games, it doesn't matter what we say". That will be the focus of our series keys - of course, with the focus still being on Golden State.

Golden State are the favourites and undoubtedly boast the stronger roster with four All-Stars and three top-tier shooters in Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Curry himself. So as Round 4 of the record-setting rivalry begins Thursday night, has Warriors-Cavaliers become too much of a good thing? The Warriors are at their best when they go with none of the above, using Draymond Green as the centre in a small-ball line-up. Cleveland needs "to be lights-out from three-point line to have a chance to win a game".

"I don't know where they will fall in my book, but they will have a nice chapter", James said Wednesday. We want to see your fan photos and videos!

"Splintered" is how Stephen Curry described what he feared could happen in the second quarter of Game 7 at Houston, with the Warriors pushed to the brink by the Rockets.

"I really hope that, before our careers are over, we can all play together", LeBron said in March 2016.

Iguodala relishes the challenge of a 4th consecutive finals showdown with James and the Cavaliers, the first time in USA pro sports such a "four-peat" has happened. The logos on the floor are different.

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