Keidel: Are Warriors Just Too Much For Cavs?The Warriors beat the Cavaliers handily in the NBA Finals' first two games, and LeBron and company couldn't stop Durant. On to Cleveland.
Keidel: Don't Write The Cavs Off Because Of Game 1After Game 1 of the NBA Finals, a 22-point loss to a near-perfect performance by Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors, we're being told the Cavs have a microscopic chance of winning a game.
Keidel: NBA Finals, With Legacies In LimboThe Cavaliers and Warriors will square off in their third consecutive NBA Finals, as LeBron James and Kevin Durant look to their legacies.
2017 NBA Finals PreviewThe NBA Finals match up the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, to no one's surprise. Here's what to expect.
Stephen Curry Is Not LeBron James... YetStephen Curry is still the prince of the NBA hardwood. He's just not ready to be king. Or King James.
15 Years: A Witnesses Story (Part I)Amazing, bizarre, exceptional, fantastic, incredible, marvelous, outstanding, phenomenal, rare - - All of which are synonymous to LeBron James.
Would A Loss Tonight Cost The King His Crown?LeBron James can lose the 2016 NBA Finals and still save face, but the Cavaliers have to win Game 5. Lucky for him they can.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: May 30th-June 3rdThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
2016 NBA Finals Expert PicksThe Golden State Warriors face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2016 NBA Finals. What team do CBS Local Sports experts think will win?
Steph Or LeBron, Who Needs To Win The NBA Finals More?Would another NBA Finals win solidify Stephen Curry's team and game atop the NBA? Does LeBron James' legacy hang on the series outcome?
Why 'Hate' is Great for NBAThe NBA has gone soft. Why the leagues needs a rivalry drenched in hate.
Keidel: Aside From LeBron, Mark Jackson Had To Be Most DeflatedGenerally, a new coach inherits the very vulnerable team that got the prior coach fired. Which is why, aside from LeBron, the most viscerally defeated or deflated man in the building was Mark Jackson.