by a 115-101 score, forcing a Game 7 and winner-take-all contest on Sunday to decide the NBA’s 2015-16 champion.The Cleveland Cavaliers, a team that entered Monday having lost eight of nine against the defending champion Golden State Warriors, have pushed the 2016 NBA Finals to the brink. On the back of the team’s superstar, the Cavaliers took Game 6
Here are three reasons why Cleveland was able to prevail on Thursday.
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LeBron Freakin’ James
With five minutes left in the third quarter, LeBron James hit a driving layup to put his Cavaliers up by a 74-57 score. That would seem like a comfortable lead, but with Stephen Curry warming up and Klay Thompson in the middle of what would turn into a 15-point quarter, the Cavaliers needed their franchise player to let loose.
The guy came through. Following the layup, James would go on to either score or assist on the next 35 Cavalier points, 36 if you count the StephenRead More »from Three reasons why Cleveland topped Golden State in Game 6