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MVP enjoys the moment

Stephen Curry took a moment with his daughter, Riley, soaking in the Game 5 victory and the first NBA Finals appearance for the Warriors in 40 years.


James Harden at the podium

"Obviously, you want to win the championship. We went through a lot of adversity, a lot of injuries ... this isn't where we wanted it to end at, but this has been a really good season for us." Live on SportsCenter


Kerr on new blood in the Finals

"It's great for the league. It's fantastic for the fanbases. ... Both fanbases have supported their teams for so many years. It's great to see that loyalty rewarded." Live on SportsCenter

Stephen Curry: 'We're going to enjoy this'

“Two years ago we were sitting on this court after a second-round loss to San Antonio thanking [the fans] for their support. Fast forward two years later, we’re four wins away from the goal. So this is pretty special.”


Steve Kerr at the podium

"Andre Iguodala might have had the greatest 6-point game I've ever seen in my life. ... Andre is one of the smartest defensive players I've ever seen. He reminds me a lot of Scottie Pippen." Live on SportsCenter

Kevin McHale at the podium

"We didn't move the ball the way we needed to tonight. Got a little stagnant. ... I didn't think [Golden State] played great, but we just couldn't muster enough consecutive stuff." Live on SportsCenter

The 2014-15 NBA Finals on ABC

  • Game 1: Cavs at Warriors (Thurs. June 4, 9 p.m. ET)
  • Game 2: Cavs at Warriors (Sun. June 7, 8 p.m. ET)
  • Game 3: Warriors at Cavs (Tues. June 9, 9 p.m. ET)
  • Game 4: Warriors at Cavs (June 11, 9 p.m. ET)
  • Game 5*: Cavs at Warriors (June 14, 8 p.m. ET)
  • Game 6*: Warriors at Cavs (June 16, 9 p.m. ET)
  • Game 7*: Cavs at Warriors (June 19, 9 p.m. ET)
    • * If necessary

#PitinoGame: Hasta la vista, Houston

Houston mounted an epic comeback to make it to the conference finals, but "heart of a champion" isn't walking through that door.


First-time MVP in the Finals

Stephen Curry and LeBron James will meet in the NBA Finals, just the 6th time a first-time MVP reached the NBA Finals in the same season as winning MVP against a multiple-time MVP. It hasn't happened since Karl Malone won MVP honors in 1997 before facing Michael Jordan in the NBA Finals.

Final: Warriors 104, Rockets 90

It wasn't the usual suspects, but the Warriors got it done. Harrison Barnes dropped in 24 points and Festus Ezeli added 12 points and 9 rebounds as Golden State eliminates Houston from the NBA playoffs. Box score


Thompson takes flying knee to head

Klay Thompson pump-faked a 3-pointer and got Trevor Ariza in the air, inadvertently getting kneed in the head in the process. Thompson went to the locker room but later returned to the game with an ear laceration.


Black Falcon soars over Rockets

Harrison Barnes erupted for 13 points in the fourth quarter, perfectly encapsulated in this play as he flushes one down on Houston.


Iguodala leveled on Howard screen

Andre Iguodala just got hit by a high Dwight Howard elbow screen and hit the floor clutching his left shoulder as the Warriors lead by 12 late in the fourth. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN