Warriors within reach of sweep: Who will be NBA Finals MVP?

Warriors within reach of sweep: Who will be NBA Finals MVP?

Warriors within reach of sweep: Who will be NBA Finals MVP?

Warriors forward Kevin Durant hit the same shot from nearly the same spot in Game 3 of the NBA Finals.

James admitted that the Warriors, who lead the series 3-0, are more talented than the Cavaliers.

If James wins, good luck trying to hand over the trophy, Durant said.

LeBron James called Draymond Green the "catalyst" for the Golden State Warriors defense on Thursday, citing just how important Green is to the Warriors smothering rotations and paint protection on that end of the court. The Warriors also have above-average role players in 2015 Finals MVP Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston.

The Warriors star blew the Cleveland Cavaliers away in OH, scoring 43 points and recording 13 rebounds to secure a 110-102 victory and a 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals.

James then went on to list what makes the Warriors great. "You can't have miscommunication, you can't have flaws ... because they're going to make you pay". Kevin Durant. You've got two guys with MVPs on their team.

The four-time NBA Most Valuable Player pump faked Golden State forward JaVale McGee and tossed the ball off the backboard from the free throw line.

If a sweep happens, it could nearly certainly send LeBron out of town on a bullet train this summer as a free agent, in search of the help he'll need if he ever plans to sip champagne in June again.

In the beginning of Game 3, it was looking like the J.R. Smith debacle to close out regulation of Game 1 was the best chance for a road victory in the first three games. Durant carried them, though, finishing with a playoff career-high 43 points. With the Finals MVP award up for grabs, I expect Curry to bounce back from his rough shooting night in Game 3 and lead the Warriors to an easy win to cap off the season.

Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls had two separate strings of three straight (1991-93 and 1996-98). The Warriors are 8-18 ATS in their last 26 games following a win and 1-1 ATS in their last five games overall.

Neither team led by more than three points in the fourth quarter until Stephen Curry drained a 3-pointer with 2:38 remaining for a 101-97 Warriors edge. He continued, "You know, it's a lot of things that we believe in as Americans that we don't feel you know, that he's for". Golden State is still the team to beat, and Durant is what puts them above every other contender.

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