LeBron, Cavaliers seem resigned to a Warriors win

LeBron, Cavaliers seem resigned to a Warriors win

Cleveland feeds off the thunder of their crowd, where they had won eight straight in the playoffs after dropping Game 1 of their first-round series with the Indiana Pacers, and the speakers in this three-tier arena downtown boomed. On the glass, the Cavs dominated the Warriors, winning the rebounding battle 56-41, including a 15-6 advantage on the offensive side.

This series has been a painful reminder to James that the great teams have more than one king.

Still, it wasn't enough as the Warriors rode Durant's big night to the precipice of their third title in four years.

As a Warriors fan who considers every game must-watch television, I worry that the 82 games of fun I had the first three seasons of Kerr's run will become 82 games of "ehh".

Game 3, like much of the series thus far, revealed why today's National Basketball Association game is predicated on teams who can compile the most superstars. Well, that theory is going to be put to the test as the two men compete for Finals MVP. No other Warrior had more than 11 points.

LeBron James is focused on trying to extend the NBA Finals, but he may have given a hint about his future with the Cavaliers.

LeBron is sometimes at his best facing elimination.

Curry was coming off a Game 2 in which he hit a Finals-record nine 3-pointers en route to 33 points.

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Months of weight will lifted off him once the Warriors, who haven't lost four straight games since 2013, are crowned again.

The Golden State Warriors are one win away from defeating LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. He scored 51 points, his career playoff high, while shooting almost 60 percent to go with eight rebounds and eight assists in Game 1. He finished 3-of-16 from the field for 11 points and 1-of-10 from three-point range. Kevin Love drilled a tone-setting three-point on the first possession, sending the crowd into fits, and J.R. Smith, who most definitely did not enjoy his trip to Oakland, hit one soon thereafter. The last sweep in the Finals was San Antonio over Cleveland in 2007 in James' debut trip to the championship round.

Golden State will now have four chances to wrap up its title starting with Game 4 on Friday night. Last year, Cleveland managed to win Game 4 before losing the next game-and the Finals-in Golden State. Love was second on the Cavs with 20 points, adding 13 rebounds.

Durant went to the University of Texas, and you could call the school "butt", since in 2017, it came in at 9th in the BIG 12.

"We hit 24 threes previous year in Game 4 and had a really great showing and didn't accept defeat", Love said. Curry is the head of the snake, and Golden State can often survive his bad nights because he still commands so much attention.

Green only notched a pair of boards on Wednesday night, but it was enough to move him past Wilt Chamberlain as the top rebounder in Warriors Playoff history.

Durant said the similarity with last year's shot - a moment that helped define his first championship - didn't occur to him.

Hood hadn't seen significant minutes since the First Round and has only turned in two double-figure scoring performances in the Playoffs. Because they rejected that concept, LeBron was enriched in the short term, but it provided the Warriors a route to sign Durant.