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The Warriors have not played in the NBA Finals since 1975, and a lot has changed since then. What was the world like 40 years ago? Find out in today's edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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What was the world like the last time the Golden State Warriors won an NBA title?


Stephen A. Smith: Pat Riley no LeBron fan

"If you're Pat Riley... As far as you're concerned, LeBron left you... LeBron betrayed you, he turned his back on the franchise and therefore he's no friend of Pat Riley."


Factor in Fred Hoiberg-to-Bulls timeline

The Bulls, according to sources, are giving extra consideration to the time frame to hire the current Iowa State coach because he underwent open-heart surgery to replace his aortic valve last month.

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Mario Chalmers has knee surgery

The Heat guard underwent arthroscopic surgery Friday but should be ready by the start of preseason training camp, the team said. Tweeted Chalmers: "Surgery was a success, now time to rehab, start workin out."

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Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

I wouldn't take Chandler Parsons' "recruiting" of his buddy Pat Beverley too seriously. Mavs unlikely to spend much on PG this summer.

Potentially LeBron's finest playoffs

LeBron James has passed Steph Curry in David Thorpe's ranking of postseason MVPs. "His legacy continues to grow, as this season has been a testament to his mind, his leadership, his skills, his athleticism and, maybe as important as anything, his will to win when dealing with obstacles." Top 10 (Insider)

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Hoiberg to the Windy City?

The Chicago Bulls are quietly confident that Iowa State head coach Fred Hoiberg will accept an offer to become the next head coach of the team, multiple league sources tell Nick Friedell. Story


Sefolosha: Arrest hurt reputation

The Hawks forward, who has blamed police for leg injuries suffered during an April arrest in New York, said that the incident not only ended his season but also brought stress to his entire family: "It took away a lot from my every day life."


Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Got lotsa strange looks wearing those crazy yellow & blue @MCFC stripes of '98-99 to a Pop playoff practice after we beat Gillingham on pens