It's actually a pretty fun few minutes of TV.
Competing against Detroit Pistons Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas in Kimmel's National Basketball Association edition of "Generation Gap", the former Cleveland Cavaliers guard said, "I'm like the Cavs, I'm going to get swept". "I'm gonna get swept", Thomas said as he was having trouble answering questions.
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It would be no surprise if he rescinded the invite to either team before the series even came to an end. The Eagles safety never knelt during the anthem, but raised his fist throughout much of last season.
Warriors outlast Cavs, one win away from 2nd straight title
Kevin Durant drew fair criticism early in these NBA Finals because of his questionable shot-taking and overall decision-making. A popular way to watch Rockets vs Warriors Game 3 online live streaming without cable tonight is through Hulu Live TV .
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To end the first half, he made a 34-foot 3-pointer to trim the deficit to six after the Cavaliers held a 13-point advantage. He would finish with 13 rebounds and seven assists in what was one of his best performances in his short Warriors career.
Thomas, who had offseason hip surgery, only played 15 games for the Cavs and he bore little resemblance to the guy in Boston who averaged 28.9 points a year ago and was fifth in the MVP voting.
Hey, you gotta give credit to Isaiah; that was a pretty good one.
After the Celtics shipped him to Cleveland last summer in the Kyrie Irving trade, the two-time All-Star spent the first three months of the season recovering from a hip injury. And then he was sent packing before he really had an opportunity to get himself back into the swing of things after a long layoff.