Cavaliers Are Overmatched, but Won't Get Swept
- Author: Julie Sanders Jun 11, 2017,
Jun 11, 2017, 16:43
This Warriors team is very very good. That average has fallen down by almost 25 points against this stingy Warriors defense in the first two games. For James, who stands to fall to 3-5 in Finals' appearances, he feels like it's his destiny. "I didn't have 101, but you get the gist of it", James said.
The bottom line is that Cleveland has gotten these Finals to 3-1, a familiar situation that must give them a little comfort. "Special player", and "One of the greatest that has ever laced them up".
Anyway, have fun going through this all over again, Cavs fans.
James was not asked about the play following Thursday's film session.
"I really hope that, before our career is over, we can all play together". It's great for our league. "Look at our TV ratings". Guys are loving the game. Namely, to "win as many titles as possible".
"We're a resilient group, resilient team", said Kevin Love, who made 6 of 8 3-pointers and scored 23 points.
No team in 126 tries has ever rallied from 3-0 down to win an National Basketball Association playoff series, so James - playing in his seventh consecutive finals - figures to fall to 3-5 in the championship round, going 2-2 with Miami and facing a 1-3 mark plus second sweep out with Cleveland.
Nowadays the court has changed to help expand the floor and open up the paint for the likes of LeBron and Durant to take full advantage of an open paint and try and rip the hoop down.
That's high praise coming from Johnson, 57, who played as a point guard for the Los Angeles Lakers for 13 seasons.
Every year's different, every playoff series, every game, but we just are a team that never count ourselves out. But that team, they knew what they were about. "So I'll just leave that at that".
"I know what I've done and I know the way I'm built".
The Warriors will, by all accounts, run it back next year with the same group after re-signing Kevin Durant and Steph Curry this offseason, which would mean that their Big 4 with Durant, Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green would be locked in through the 2018-19 season.
Cleveland is now down two games as the Golden State Warriors won the first two matches.
The Warriors struggled coming out of the gate in Game 2. The New York Knicks have not been shy about their attempts to trade Anthony, and the Clippers might be his most likely destination, according to reports. I didn't have 101, but you get the gist of it.
"Is it fair that the Cowboys added Deion Sanders?"