LeBron James disappoints as Golden State Warriors beat Cleveland Cavaliers: Highlights
OAKLAND, Calif. â€“ LeBron James was not able to win the final rematch against Golden State Warriors for his team Cleveland Cavaliers. There is no denying the fact that he failed lamentably to do something miraculous for his side despite the match being so close one. Nonetheless he still came out with a superb performance.
Had he been able to do something miraculous for the side, the result would have been completely different. The 89-83 win for the Golden State Warriors wouldnâ€™t have been possible had he been able to do justice to his standing in NBA.
Nonetheless on the Christmas Day 2015, the result that finally came out after a grueling and tough match was not really what either LeBron James or his Cavaliers teammates were looking for. There is no denying the fact that by losing the match so close they let a chance for a sliver of revenge slip away in an 89-83 loss to the Warriors when James had several misfires in the game’s closing minutes that could’ve turned it.
There is no denying the fact that it was a match that would have gone to Cavaliers with some better show from him. Nonetheless the Cavaliers (19-8 win-loss) proved they still had plenty to challenge the Warriors (28-1) as LeBron James scored a game-high 25 points with nine rebounds while throwing down two powerful late game dunks and making a chase-down block on Warriors guard Ian Clark. The Warriors’ fast rising star Draymond Green took a major step towards his first NBA all-star berth with 22 points, 15 rebounds and seven assists in 38 minutes while powering much of the home side’s transition play.
Despite his good show in the match the inconsistency seems to have cost the team dearly. A report while talking about his performance says, â€œJames, who led the Cavs with 25 points and contributed nine rebounds but shot 10-of-26 from the field. He was a brutal 4-of-9 from the foul line, highly uncharacteristic for him given his performance at the stripe latelyâ€¦Before this game, James was shooting .864 (70-of-81) from the line since Nov. 11â€.