Who won game 6 of NBA finals last night: Warriors submit Cavs, score, highlights
Two series have been played in recent weeks, and both the series have ended in the game 6. NBA Finals 2015, came to an end last night in the Game 6th while the Stanley Cup was also capped in the Game 6th when the Chicago Blackhawks won the match comprehensively.
Almost everyone was hoping that the miracle man LeBron James will be able to beat the Golden State Warriors comprehensively on the strength of his individual performance, but despite doing pretty well again in the Game 6 too, he couldnâ€™t carry his whole side.
There is no denying the fact that from the day 1, it was thought that the Golden State Warriros will beat the Cleveland Cavaliers rather easily, given the absence of their two MVPs due to injuries. LeBron James has tried his best to fill the void, but a single player cannot carry the burden of the whole team on his lone shoulder.
Golden State Warriors have been in great form. They have launched as many as 8,900 shots this season and attempted layups and 3-pointers, runners and elbow jumpers. They have been mesmerizing their fans and critics throughout the tournament with their better than the best performance.
Their 105-97 win at Quicken Loans Arena didnâ€™t amaze anyone. What amazed people was the fact that it took 6 games to win the NBA Finals 2015.
Two standout players of the last game were Andre Iguodala and Stephen Curry. Both the Warrirosâ€™ top players impressed the world. They each scored 25 to lead the Warriors, who ensured that the pain in this championship-starved city will linger, for at least for a little while. Cleveland has not won a major pro sports title since 1964, when the Browns won the N.F.L. championship by upsetting the heavily favored Baltimore Colts.
LeBron James was still the best individual performer in the last match as well. He made all his efforts to take the team forward and to drag the Cavaliers to a seventh game, had 32 points, 18 rebounds and 9 assists. Tristan Thompson finished with 15 points and 13 rebounds, and Timofey Mozgov added 17 points and 12 rebounds. He had returned to the Cavaliers last summer after four seasons with the Miami Heat, was a giant in the finals, averaging 36.6 points, 12.4 rebounds and 8.8 assists through the first five games.
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