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The Western Conference Finals gave us much drama in Games 6 and 7.After OKC Thunder took an early 3-1 series lead the Golden State Warriors came back with stunning performances to win the Western Conference. Now they're headed to the NBA Finals for the 2nd straight year. Did OKC choke or did Golden State earn the series win?

Does Kevin Durant resign with OKC or test the waters of free agency?

Steph vs. LeBron! The series is set as these two superstars face-off in a rematch of last year's Finals. The Warriors won their 2nd title in franchise history with a 4-2 win over the Cavaliers. Will the Warriors magical season continue and be capped off with a 2nd consecutive NBA title? Will LeBron be able to lead his healthy Cavaliers to the first title for a Cleveland franchise since 1965?

Who wins the NBA title, the Warriors or Cavaliers?


Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner recently took shots at his former team the New Orleans Saints, saying that "he took the few millions and ran", in his one season with the Saints. Considering his anemic play on the field, does this signal a lack of effort and commitment with Browner? How stupid is he for letting these words get out in the media?

Disney, ESPN, and the NFL have partnered together to move the NFL Pro Bowl from Hawaii to Orlando in 2017. Is this a good idea to revive the game? Will the NFL benefit from moving the game?


Satellite Camps! Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh recently threw a plethora of shots back at Alabama Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban in response to Saban's initial rant about the satellite camps which have mostly occured in Southeastern Conference territory. Is Saban salty because of Harbaugh's unique recruiting tactics or do the camps ultimately need to be regulated by the NCAA?