Ryan Wolstat, Toronto Sun

A passionate hoops observer, Ryan Wolstat has covered a variety of sports for Sun Media ranging from the NFL to Toronto FC and the Toronto Rock. But none get the juices flowing quite like basketball. Besides covering the Raptors, Ryan is a keen follower of the NCAA and March Madness. Ryan is a Toronto native and a graduate of Ryerson's School of Journalism and the University of Guelph. He has also written for the National Post and a variety of magazines and websites. Ryan, who joined the Sun in 2005, lives in Toronto.


LeBron James goes to the basket during Game 6 on the NBA Finals on Tuesday night. (USA Today Sports)

Numbers show LeBron should be NBA Finals MVP

Despite coming into Tuesday’s Game 6 the heavy favourite to be named Finals MVP — whether his Cavaliers won or lost — LeBron James made it very clear that there is only one trophy he’s concerned about.

LeBron James is averaging 36.6 points, 12.4 rebounds and 8.8 assists in the Finals.

Win or lose, LeBron should win Finals MVP

Golden State had just moved within a victory of the NBA title, yet in the aftermath late Sunday night, all anyone in the back corners of the Oracle Arena wanted to talk about was this: Had LeBron James done enough — win, or lose — to be named MVP of the Finals?

Warriors’ Stephen Curry reacts in the third quarter against the Cavaliers during Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Oakland on Sunday. The Warriors can close out the series with a win tomorrow. (fAFP)

Warriors ride Curry to Game 5 win over Cavaliers

LeBron James did everything in his power to put his Cavaliers in the same position, but it was a brilliant Stephen Curry instead pushing his side within a win of the NBA title on Sunday night.