Warriors crack the code to Cavs defense in Game 2, can they do it in Game 3?

Warriors crack the code to Cavs defense in Game 2, can they do it in Game 3?

OAKLAND, Calif. (Diya TV) — In Sunday’s game 2 of the 2017 NBA Finals, the Warriors slowly disarmed the Cavaliers, finishing them off 132-113, thanks to a NBA Finals record 18 three-pointers. Steve Kerr set the tempo for the Warriors, after missing eleven postseason games with an illness, ensuring the offensive sets would create more open looks for ..

Warriors, Cavaliers prepare for NBA Finals, the stakes are high on both benches

Warriors, Cavaliers prepare for NBA Finals, the stakes are high on both benches

OAKLAND, Calif. (Diya TV) — The unprecedented fact that the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are preparing to square off in their third-straight NBA Finals matchup is a big enough storyline in itself to make this tournament an instant classic. When the series kicks off Thursday night at Oracle Arena, the ramifications — on ..

Kshama Sawant urging NFL’s Seattle Seahawks to sign Colin Kaepernick

Kshama Sawant urging NFL’s Seattle Seahawks to sign Colin Kaepernick

SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant has issued an appeal to the city’s local NFL team: sign the embattled ex-quarterback of the club’s biggest divisional foe, Colin Kaepernick. Sawant penned a letter, which she sent to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll general manager John Schneider and owner Paul Allen, urging them to ..

FIBA landmark ruling reverses policy on hijabs & turbans on the basketball court

FIBA landmark ruling reverses policy on hijabs & turbans on the basketball court

SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Headgear, including the turban, hijabs and yarmulkes, will be allowed in professional basketball following the approval of a proposal by the International Basketball Federation (FIBA) that overturns a ban on such head coverings. The organization’s central board approved the proposal Wednesday, it was formally ratified during FIBA’s midterm congress on Thursday. ..

Indian olympians Dipa Karmakar and Sakshi Malik make Forbes 30 under 30 List of Super Achievers

Indian olympians Dipa Karmakar and Sakshi Malik make Forbes 30 under 30 List of Super Achievers

SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Over 50 Indians, including olympians Dipa Karmakar and Sakshi Malik, made Forbes’  list of super achievers from Asia under the age of 30 who the publication says are “pushing the boundaries of innovation.” Pacing the field of Indian honorees are Karmakar, 23, who became the first Indian female gymnast to ever compete in the ..

Canada’s House of Parliament honors Sikh NHL player and journalist

Canada’s House of Parliament honors Sikh NHL player and journalist

SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Jujhar Khaira, the NHL’s third player of Indo-origin and Harnarayan Singh, a Sikh broadcaster who hosts Canada’s most famous television production, Hockey Night in Canada, were both recently honored during a session in the House of Parliament. Jujhar Khaira learned to play hockey as a young boy in the streets of Surrey, ..

Vivek Ranadive wants to take the NBA preseason to India

Vivek Ranadive wants to take the NBA preseason to India

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Diya TV) — Vivek Ranadive wants to bring the Sacramento Kings to India to play their preseason games. The league’s first India-born owner, Ranadive said Friday that he is pushing the NBA front office to approve the idea. He hopes to have the Kings playing in his home country within the next 10 ..

Warriors Kevin Durant will visit the first NBA Academy in India

Warriors Kevin Durant will visit the first NBA Academy in India

SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Kevin Durant will be taking his talents to Delhi this offseason. Elected to his eighth consecutive NBA All-Star Game, the 28-year-old Durant made his announcement Thursday as part of the weekend’s festivities. He is scheduled to visit the subcontinent in July. He will be the first player to visit NBA ..

Jignesh Pandya to spend $2.4 billion on 8 U.S. cricket stadiums

Jignesh Pandya to spend $2.4 billion on 8 U.S. cricket stadiums

SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — Indian-American cricket enthusiast and businessman Jignesh Pandya announced he plans to build eight cricket stadiums across the U.S., which will cost an estimated $2.4 billion, to help professionalize the sport in the states. The Gujarat-born real estate developer wants to see stadiums go up in New York, New Jersey, Washington ..