If the voters wanted to pick an NBA Finals MVP from the winning team, they should have went with Stephen Curry over Andre Iguodala.
Every decision Steve Kerr made in the 2015 NBA Finals seemed to be the right one. Without him, the Golden State Warriors may not be hoisting the Larry O'Brien trophy today.
Andre Iguodala won the 2015 NBA Finals MVP on Tuesday, but LeBron James should have taken home that honor for several reasons.
Andre Iguodala’s unselfish style of play, offensive production, and stellar defense against the best player in the world is the reason he was named NBA FInals MVP.
The Golden State Warriors proved that unselfishness can still lead to NBA glory.
The Cavs staved off elimination longer than many thought they could, but in the end, their countless miscues in Game 6 were too much to overcome.
Andre Iguodala destroyed the Cavaliers and then shocked the world.
The Golden State Warriors are champions. But they wouldn't be at the top of the mountain if it wasn't for Mark Jackson.
Down 3-2 and running on fumes, the Cleveland Cavaliers need their hero to pull out all the stops if they want to force a Game 7 back in Oakland.
If the Cleveland Cavaliers want to rally from a 3-2 Finals deficit, they must play as flawlessly as possible in Game 6.