Cavaliers vs Warriors Game 3 NBA Finals 2015: Score, results, updates and video highlights

Cavaliers vs Warriors Game 3 NBA Finals 2015: Score, results, updates and video highlights

Cavaliers vs Warriors Game 3 NBA Finals 2015: Score, results, updates and video highlights

With yesterday’s performance LeBron James has set points record. To be true, the 40 points that James scored in his side’s 96-91 victory brought his three-game total to 123 points. This is the highest figure ever.

It was another missed opportunity for Golden State Warriors in the all-important game 3 of NBA Finals 2015. They lost the match by a whisker, the same way they had lost the second match.

And for Cleveland Cavaliers it is two wins in a row after very much expected loss in the first of the NBA Finals. Had the Cleveland Cavaliers lost the match last night, not many of their fans would have criticized them. Everyone knows it all too well that the team is playing without its top All Star players. Nonetheless, the team has got a rescuer every time the team faces any crisis.

And this man never disappoints his fans, though he seems to have become a thorn for his adversaries, at least in this very crucial tournament. LeBron James seems to be everywhere, guiding his side to victories and victories despite the absence of crucial teammates. There is no denying the fact that his team would have won the Game 1 too, nonetheless as he couldn’t find any support from Cavaliers, his team lost, though he came out with a superlative individual playoff 2015

There is no denying the fact that LeBron James came out with another mesmerizing playoff performance in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a thrilling 96-91 victory over the Golden State Warriors and a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven NBA Finals.

His performance was nothing short of superlative. In the course of the win he came out with a game-high 40 points to go along with 12 rebounds and eight assists in front of a raucous crowd of red T-shirt-clad fans, as Cleveland grabbed the upper hand in the championship series against the top seeded Warriors. If James’ great performance was not a sore point for Warriors, the league’s reigning Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry had a horrible start to the game for Golden State but used a strong fourth quarter to finish with a team-high 27 points.

Nonetheless in the later part of the game Curry made a costly error with two minutes to play and his team down by four points when he sent a behind-the-back pass out of bounds with no teammate in sight.

While talking about the team and its performance a beaming Cleveland head coach David Blatt said “I didn’t see [James] take bad shots at all. I thought he was great…I thought he controlled the game and helped his team to play the way that we wanted to play”.

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