Wednesday, June 07, 2017

NBA Finals: Warriors Overcome Cavaliers To Take 3-0 Series Lead With Chance To Lock Up Title On Friday In Cleveland

At Cleveland:

Kevin Durant scored 31 points as the Golden State Warriors came back from a six-point deficit with roughly three minutes remaining in regulation by scoring the last 11 points en route to a 118-113 game-three Wednesday road win over the Cleveland Cavaliers to take a three-games-to-one NBA Finals series lead.

Klay Thompson added 30 points to the Warriors' coffers while Stephen Curry added 26 points to go with his 13 rebounds.

LeBron James paced the Cavaliers with 39 points (while grabbing eleven rebounds and dishing out nine assists) while Kyrie Irving added 38.

The Warriors, who became the first club in North American major sports history to win 15 straight postseason games, can win their second NBA title in three years (and avenge their collapse from last year) by beating the Cavaliers again in game four on Friday in Cleveland (6:00 PM Pacific Time, ABC).

It appears that Steph and KD were having a bloody good time as seen here.

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