Callahan is working his 20th finals game.
Also part of the crew will be Derrick Stafford, who was picked as a finals ref for the eighth time.
Golden State’s Andre Iguodala will not play in Sunday’s Game 2 of the NBA Finals, missing his sixth straight postseason contest with a bone bruise in his left knee.
Coach Steve Kerr remains optimistic the 2015 Finals MVP will play at some point in the series.
I wanted to sue Reuben, Ennis said under oath. It was a money scheme. It was all about money. I wanted to get him.
I really wanted to kill him, she added. I was so hurt.
Ennis said she became visibly upset the morning Foster said he wanted to break up with her and that she chased after him with threats as he tried to run away from her.
I told him I’m about to f–k yo s–t up, make sure you don’t have a job tomorrow, she said, as reported by The Athletic.
LeBron James could move up on a couple of NBA Finals individual lists in Game 2 but also fall backward in another.
James has 1,298 points in the finals and needs 20 to move ahead of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1,317) into second place behind Jerry West.
Cleveland’s superstar could also reach the top five in NBA Finals rebounds, as he enters nine behind Tom Heinsohn (473) for the No. 5 spot.
James is already the career leader in finals 3-pointers with 83, but Stephen Curry is closing fast and only two behind him.
The Splash Brothers could occupy two of the top three spots in that category by the end of the game. Klay Thompson (55) needs two 3-pointers to pass Robert Horry into third place.
The Warriors have held steady as a double-digit favorite for Sunday night’s game against Cleveland. Most books opened with the Warriors around a 12-point favorite, and the line hasn’t changed much since Golden State’s overtime victory Thursday night.