Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by GKDonkey, Dec 13, 2016.
Cavs v ?. Lbj is immense.
lol rockets, blew it hard 3q. 27 missed 3's in a row.
everyone can pack up and go home now because gsw are going to shit it in against the cavs.
Going to be fun to watch though. Lebron will get the shits big time that they wont be able to compete with them.
If you have followed the Warriors for a while, you'll have noticed that it is quite standard of them to go another gear in 3rd and 4th quarter, unless they are already well ahead.
There's an extra sweetness to win the decider away against what was arguably the best team in the regular season.
It should have been the Final though, which is why I'm not a great fan of the American conferences system, both in NBA and NFL.
He always rises to the occasion, but the Cavs are too one dimensional to really be a threat. It's the Warriors series to lose!
Oh I know GSW and 3q go hand in hand but if you miss 27 3's in a row you're going to have a bad time regardless.
I didn't watch this game, and thought that was a figure of speech. Surely they didn't actually miss 27 attempts in a row? :whatwouldjareddo:
He can rise to the occassion all he wants in this series. He wont be able to contain Curry, Durant, Thompson & Green all in one. He doesnt have Kyrie there to make shots for him this time.
So JR Smith anyone .......... :porthozthinksthisishot:
Well, that was closer for comfort than I would've liked.
Didn't see the game unfortunately, but heard there was some referee contention just before OT...?
omg the dumbest **** alive.
Is he still alive tho? Thought LBJ was gonna skin him at full time....
Does anyone think the Cavs will wet their toes in this Finals? Unlike the Rockets clash, the Warriors appear to be able to afford one of their stars having an off day and still win... like today with Curry being pretty crap for his standard, especially after torching the Cavs in game 2.
Yet another turn around in the 3rd Quarter. The Warriors can almost patent that by now...
I guess not...
Such a shame it was decided in Cleveland. It seemed a massive let down when the game finished.
It was certainly a bit of an anti-climax. Cleveland started good and gave it all in the first game, but that was the end of their resistance. I had a bit of hope they would snatch a game, allowing the Warriors to finish it at home.
The party at the Arena was way more lit for the final Conference game against the Rockets, who were really the only team with a chance to stop the Warriors once Curry came back.
LeBron James has agreed to 4-year, $154M deal with Lakers, Klutch Sports says.
Child hood dream complete. Lakers have been my team since 2005ish, but LeBron has always been alongside Kobe as my favourite player, let's goooooooooooo.
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