Golden State Warriors could make history

  • Golden State Warriors could make history

Golden State Warriors could make history

After four years, four Finals, and one glorious championship in 2016, he is expected to take a good, long look at his options. There was no way the Cavs could hold out hope of any comeback and Bron and coach Tye Lue knew it. "But after a game like that, I'm not in any position to talk about that".

James was removed with 4:03 remaining and congratulated the Warriors before taking a seat on the bench. In Game 1, he posted 26 points, nine rebounds, six assists, three blocks and a steal in 46 minutes before 26 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and two blocks in Game 2. Stephen Curry scored 37 points. Draymond Green is just 2-of-9 on 3-pointers and David West is the only other Warriors with a made 3-point basket besides Durant, Green, Thompson and Curry.

"We all want something that's bigger than ourselves", Durant said.

"He's a bad boy and I love having him on our team".

"When you play one of the best it brings the best out of you as well", Durant said of playing against James.

Curry (30), Durant (29), Thompson (28) and Green (28) are still young enough to keep the window open for several more years.

LeBron James injured his right hand after the Cavaliers lost Game 1 of the NBA Finals when he punched a white board in the locker room, according to Sam Amick of USA Today.

The Cavs were the last team to be swept in the Finals, back in 2007 by the Spurs. James is now 3-6 all time in the Finals. For the entire postseason, James shot 34% on over five attempts per game.

Looking at the betting trends, the Cavaliers are 4-1 ATS in their last five home games and 7-3 ATS in their last 10 Friday games. They were traded February 8.

As the years (and more possible championships) go by, the talented Warriors will likely continue to make history, both from individual and team perspectives. They had that experience.

"I told those guys now they see what we have to do to get better and take that next step". Andre Iguodala, the 2015 Finals MVP, scored 11 points. They made six 3s with two from Curry, who raced out to 12 points. The Warriors demolished anything left in yet another of their signature third-quarter runs, extending their lead to 21 points before winning 108-85 in Cleveland.

"Wherever that puts us in the conversation in the history of the National Basketball Association or being a dynasty. we'll have plenty of time to discuss that later". That gave him a game-high 13 points.