Game 6 NBA Finals 2016: Warriors beat Cavs, win Playoff

Game 6 NBA Finals 2016: Warriors beat Cavs, win Playoff

Game 6 NBA Finals 2016: Warriors beat Cavs, win Playoff

Game 6 NBA Finals 2015 went as many people had thought. Even before the beginning of the Finals people had started predicting an easy win for the Golden State Warriors. They have been impressive throughout season and have executed their plan with great precision.

The way they have been playing in the last three games suggest that after some LeBron James inspired drama and wins for the Cleveland Cavaliers they thought that they had enough and improved their game by a few notches that Cavs couldn’t match.

James has been the one player who has kept the Golden State Warriors on their toes. He is the only person who made them suffer two huge defeats and he was doing precisely the same thing in the sixth game, but couldn’t succeed. Despite being on the losing side he still succeeded in giving several heartburns to Warriors fans. Nonetheless the 106-97 win for Warriors caps a very tough finals that finally ended on a sugary note for the Warriors.

nba 2015With the latest win, the Golden State Warriors won the best-of-seven 2015 NBA Finals four games to two, beating the Cavs in the last three games. “They were all in it just to win,” rookie coach Steve Kerr said of his players. “This is an amazing group of guys.” Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala led the four-time NBA champion Warriors on Tuesday with each of them scoring 25 points.

The team combination has been impressive throughout the finals and last night was no exception. Iguodala had started zero games during the regular season but Kerr decided to insert him into the first five during the Finals. His superb show in the Finals made him the MVP of the series. “We are going to remember this for a long time,” he said.

But these were not the only performers for the Warriors on this historic night. Draymond Green of the team also contributed in the victory in a big way. He had a triple-double with 16 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. The Warriors won the game and the title by hitting seven more three-pointers — a margin that was larger until J.R. Smith hit four late, long-range shots — and forcing the Cavs into 19 turnovers.

Who performed for Cleveland Cavaliers is not a mystery. LeBron James has proved to be a one man army for the Cavs and the last night was no different. He against came up with superlative performance with 32 points, 18 rebounds and nine assists. Smith had 19 points, 15 in the fourth quarter. “Our guys did more than anyone could expect to put themselves and to put our organization in the situation (where they played for a title),” Cleveland head coach David Blatt, also in his first NBA season, said. “Not every story has a happy ending; it doesn’t mean it’s a bad story. This was not. This was a good story.”

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