Game 5 of NBA finals: Warriors vs. Cavs preview, time, scores and TV schedule
OAKLAND â€” The fifth match of the series may eventually be a deciding factor as far as NBA Finals 2015 is concerned. Golden State Warriors vs Cavaliers Game 5 is bbeing awaited with anxiety and enthusiasm.
The Game 5 of NBA Finals 2015 has moved to Oakland and there is perceptible enthusiasm among Golden State fans who believe that their team that is favorite to win the series and lift the cup will get a headstart ovet Cavs here.In
Meanwhile both the teams seem to be in high spirits about their chances in Oakland. Â Cavaliers coach David Blatt while talking of his team’s preparations and chances says “We’ve had a couple of days here to recover… I believe that’s going to be helpful.”
People are wondering if Cavaliers can make a comeback here after doing so well in the NBA Finals 2015 thus far.
“Any little rest you can get throughout the postseason run, it’s like a lifeline,” Cavs star LeBron James said. “For us to be able to get this extra day to mentally and physically prepare for (Sunday) is definitely helpful.
LeLeBron James the best performing players from both the sides says, “It’s not as much rest as you would like, but sometimes you have to just get off your feet as well, just to give your body time to recover. So I found a great balance where I know what my body can take, I know what it can’t take and trying to play at a high level.”
Cavs come into the sreies and today’s match with great disadvantage. They are playing without their marquee players namely guard Kyrie Irving and forward Kevin Love. James has tried to increase his scoring, rebounding and assists, but that has come at a price. In each of the first three games, he played at least 46 minutes, took at least 34 shots and scored at least 39 points. He had a triple-double in Game 2 and 16, 12 and 12 rebounds in the past three games. So stay tuned.