As I mentioned the King went 46 mins, and in the closing minutes he missed a 3 and if I recall correctly, he had a critical turnover. He definitely looked toasted. And KI looked flat missing a shot. You've got to wonder if Lebron even wants to play this next game if he's going to do another 46 min encore. I would imagine the King would want some changes made for next year.movingtarget said:They probably would like to win at home but the thought of sweeping Lebron is probably too much of a carrot for players like Curry and Durant. Might see some post season changes at the Cavs. Kyrie played much better until the last few minutes. Some commentators thought that Kyrie and Lebron ran out of gas at the finish.Nomad said:No kidding did the wheels fall off in the last few minutes! I was stunned watching that - with 2:45 left Cleveland is up by 6, then an 11-0 run by GS to close out the game...unbelievable. Korver & Smith each missing a 3 pt shot where they both had a good look. And Love missing an easy bucket in the paint...pitiful. These guys weren't anything close to clutch with the game on the line. And the King pulling out all the stops by playing an incredible 46 mins!movingtarget said:It's over and really it already was. Much better performance in Game 3 but the wheels fell off in the last few minutes. Snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. The big names for the Warriors have outperformed the big names for the Cavs as a group. Looks like player changes on the way for the Cavs.
What an overwhelming force this team is by the addition of Durantula, who'll get his ring after flicking his nose at OKC. The only question left is will GS go for the playoff sweep or let one slip by and win the title in front of the home crowd?