Meeting for the second time this season, following their clash in the 2014-15 NBA Championship Finals, Cleveland hosts Golden State as the marquee match up on the National Basketball Association schedule tonight. The last time the Warriors visited Ohio they polished off the Cavaliers and headed home with the Larry O’Brien trophy in tow. Game time for this battle of NBA Conference leaders is slated for 8:00 PM ET on January 18, 2016, at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland Ohio. We expect a tight contest playing out at The Q tonight.
Golden State Warriors: Champs move past Motor City meltdown
First overall in the NBA Western Conference, Golden State is sporting a 37-4 record, the Warriors own a slim 1.5 game lead over the San Antonio Spurs in the West. In a rare slump, by their elevated standards, Golden State has lost two of their last three games. The Warriors dropped a 112-110 decision in Denver last Wednesday, they were sluggish in the first half before beating the Lakers 116-98 at home on Friday and then got plastered 113-95 by the Pistons in Detroit on Saturday. The Motor City meltdown actually helps as Golden State will want to rebound in a big way here.
Cleveland Cavaliers: King James & Crew are starting to pull away in the East
Somewhat sluggish out of the starting gate, Cleveland opened the 2015-16 NBA season with a 13-7 record, the Cavaliers have rolled to a 15-3 record since December 8, 2015. Injuries were part of the problem during their slow start as stud point guard Kyrie Irving missed the Cavaliers first 24 games. Following their 4-2 NBA Championship Finals defeat last season, King James & Crew lost the first of two regular season meetings as they dropped 93-87 decision versus the Warriors on Christmas Day. The Cavs followed that loss in Oakland with a 105-76 pummeling in Portland but they have won nine of their last ten games – with most of the wins being in blowout fashion.
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Air Canada was getting a bargain for Toronto Maple Leafs arena naming rights all along. Scotiabank and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment agreed to a record-breaking, 20-year deal to rename the Air Canada Centre. Starting July 1st, 2018, the ACC will be known as Scotiabank Arena. The third largest bank in Canada will pay $800 million for the privilege, raising the bar for naming rights across North America.
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