The best is back, again! Witness NBA 2K18’s Momentous Trailer as we celebrate #2KDay together! Read more
After a season in which he became the first player in 55 years (since Oscar Robertson) to average a triple-double — not to mention the first player to post 42 triple-doubles in a campaign — Russell Westbrook was voted 2016-17 NBA MVP. Watch NBA Commissioner Adam Silver present the award to Westbrook, then watch Russ’s emotional speech to the New York City crowd at the first-ever NBA Awards Show.
Surrounded by his Oklahoma City Thunder teammates, Westbrook thanked his team, his coaches and all those who’ve affected him…but most of all his family. Having to pause for an emotional break, and as his mother and father wiped away tears, Westbrook showed his appreciation in an emotional tribute to the people whose sacrifice made his MVP moment possible.
Not only did the MVP average a triple-double in 2016-17, he also led the NBA in clutch scoring, including four game-winners in the final 10 seconds of regulation or overtime. Read more
2017 Finals MVP Kevin Durant & 2X NBA Champion Stephen Curry lead the Golden State Warriors over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the 2017 NBA Finals. Watch an exclusive behind the scenes look at the whole series with the 2017 NBA Finals Mini-Movie.
The Mini-Movie is a cinematic experience featuring EXCLUSIVE access and behind the scenes moments! Read more
Led by NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant’s 39 points, the Golden State Warriors defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 to win the 2016-2017 NBA Championship, 4 games to 1. Read more
The trio of Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry, including a triple-double from Steph, showed up BIG for the Warriors in Game 2 to stretch the series lead to 2-0. LeBron James also had a triple double, creating history in the NBA Finals for opposing players to have triple-doubles in the same game. Read more
The Cleveland Cavaliers are the 2017 Eastern Conference Champions!
They won the series 4-1 against the Boston Celtics. Check out their celebration below.
LeBron James also talk about his respect and admiration for Michael Jordan after the Cavs’ Game 5 victory over the Celtics!
The Golden State Warriors are the 2017 Western Conference Champions!
They swept the series 4-0 against the San Antonio Spurs. Check out their celebration below. Read more