Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers: Game 5 NBA Finals 2015 scores, highlights, how Stephen Curry beat LeBron James

Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers: Game 5 NBA Finals 2015 scores, highlights, how Stephen Curry beat LeBron James

Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers:  Game 5 NBA Finals 2015 scores, highlights, how Stephen Curry beat LeBron James

Update: The Game 5 of NBA Finals 2015 went as it was expected. Golden State Warriors won the match comprehensively and beat Cleveland Cavaliers riding on a great performance of Stephen Curry. it was he who scripted the success, but he got great support from his side.

Last night there was a player who outperformed Stephen Curry by many notches, but unfortunately his side couldnt provide him support to turn it into another landslide win. Yes LeBron James who has called himself the best player in the world came up with another mesmerizing performance, but couldn’t stop his side being beaten comprehensively.

Stephen Curry seems to have got into his best form at the best time when his side needed him the most. The MVP will have to ensure that the series is not equaled again. Curry helped his side recover when it was needed and then Warriors didn’t look back. Stephen Curry scored 17 of his points in the fourth quarter and was 7-of-13 from the 3-point line to lead the Warriors to a 104-91 win. 

There is no denying the fact that the NBA Finals 2013 seem to have become a three game final series. After tying the series 2-2, both the teams have made their intentions amply clear.

There is no doubt that Cavaliers have made their intentions amply clear through two convincing wins. Nonetheless the match was out and out a one-sided affair and through the Game 4, the Golden State Warriors have suggested that as far as their game was concerned, it is far better than the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Nonetheless we need to commend the Cavaliers team as they are able to actually match the Warriors almost on every count. We need to keep the fact in mind that they are playing sans their top two players. Any other team would have already been beaten badly by a side with Warriors’ stature and 2015

Now as the game has reached its most decisive point, it seems Golden State Warriors have some sort of advantage over their opponents. Warriors are coming off the most convincing performance of the NBA Finals from either side. Stephen Curry and Co. rediscovered their outside shooting strokes to grab a seven-point lead after the first quarter of Game 4 and never looked back en route to a 103-82 win Thursday.

The game is crucial for both the teams and 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.”

Game 5 Details

Where: Oracle Arena in Oakland, California

When: Sunday, June 14, at 8 p.m. ET


Live Stream: WatchESPN

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