Game 3 NBA Finals 2015: Cavaliers’ LeBron James destroys Warriors, results and video highlightsÂ
There is no denying the fact that LeBron James is one man army. He almost won his side the first final. It was he and he alone who won the team the second game, thus equalizing the NBA Finals 2015. And today it was his all-encompassing presence that once again brought a massive win over Warriors, thus taking Cavaliers 2-1 ahead of a side that was expected to win the finals.
There is no denying the fact that the chances of Cavaliers to win any game was very slim, more so when the side is missing at least two All-Stars. This seems to have brought the best out of him and he is enjoying the way he is playing. The world is mesmerized and his opponents are clearly so much annoyed with him at the moment as he has frustrated all their efforts thus far.
It is needless to say that the fans were simply mesmerized by the impeccable performance of James. Pushed by a crowd howling to see Cleveland’s 51-year title drought end, James scored 40 points, his new sidekick Matthew Dellavedova went on to add 20. There was scare in between as the Cavaliers survived Golden State’s furious fourth-quarter comeback led by Stephen Curry for a 96-91 win over the Warriors.
Now the Warriors need to work out on their strategy. They are 1-2 down and a lone win for Cavaliers will almost destroy their chances in the all important finals.
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