Tyronn Lue says sarcastically LeBron James is the key player tonight

Dean Simpson
June 7, 2018

Even a near-triple-double from LeBron James could not prevent the Cleveland Cavaliers from absorbing a blowout loss.

The biggest names in the NBA Finals said they were not surprised that President Donald Trump uninvited the Super Bowl champion Eagles to the White House. They've proven they can win on someone else's floor, no matter if it's through adversity as people may call it like when they were going through the Rockets series or whatever the case may be.

"I don't think we're close to our ceiling, which is good for us", said Warriors forward Draymond Green. "We're going to keep fighting", Tristan Thompson said.

The Warriors took another step towards retaining the NBA Championship with a resounding 122-103 victory over the Cavs on Sunday night to put them 2-0 up in the series. "When you're down like this, a deficit like this against a team like this, there's no good feeling".

"He's doing better", Kerr said.


The Warriors are a great offensive machine but the Cavs are the more rugged defensive team. Subscribe to our SMS sports service by texting "SPORTS" to 22840.

We'll get into the "why" and "how" later, but first, the "what". It's a lot of things that we believe in as Americans that we don't feel that he's for. The Golden State Warriors are shooting 35.6 percent from beyond the arc and 81.2 percent from the free throw line.

Cleveland does have to be better, but they have been at home in the postseason.

"We literally never have a conversation about who needs to take over".

In fact, James is the first player in NBA Finals history to have notched at least 80 points and 20 assists through the first two contests.


The statement said the players refused to go because of Trump's insistence they stand for the national anthem, but several Eagles players have said that was not the case.

"Home-court advantage is, can be a real thing". But that shouldn't give us any comfort. But not surprising. It's unfortunate, but we all have our right to kind of do what we want to do.

The Warriors have imposed themselves upon the Cavs early and see that as crucial for more success. He pointed out that Cleveland's players did a poor job of switching on screens to defend Curry and the Warriors' other shooters. "They have only lost one game so they are very confident there".

James electrified the joint just 2:24 into the game. Three days after setting an NBA Finals record with nine made 3-pointers, he connected on 1 of 10.


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