LeBron can’t save himself, so he’ll leave Cleveland after losing NBA Finals

LeBron can’t save himself, so he’ll leave Cleveland after losing NBA Finals

After a close battle in game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cavs by a score of 110-102.

Stephen Curry scored 37 points and Kevin Durant was named the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive year after 20 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists - his first finals triple double.

Yes, there was a baseline presumption at the beginning of every season that these two teams would meet, but that overlooked the fact that at any point on those team's respective journeys, something internal or external could have prevented the two team's paths from intersecting in the summer. Do his sons want to follow in his footsteps, and go to St. Vincent-St. "To finish it off with a sweep feels so good". Can't get enough of this feeling. The Cavs did overcome a 3-1 deficit in the 2016 Finals against these same Warriors. He buried 7 of 15, and Golden State connected on 14 of 38, including 9 of 17 en route to a 61-52 halftime advantage.

Sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com have the Warriors as 5-point road favorites in Game 4.

This year, there's been a toughness to go along with the finesse.

It could be the last time Cleveland fans see the 33-year-old in a Cavaliers jersey.

The first one, obviously came true.

I guess the best analogy is bones are like eggs.

The three-time champion revealed he had played the last three matches with a broken right hand, sustained after he scored his best play-off points haul of 51 in the opener. Once again, Game 4 was held in LeBron James' house at a packed Quicken Loans Arena.

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Steph Curry led all scorers in Game 4, finishing with 37 points on 12-for-27 shooting, including a 7-for-15 mark from long-range and a ideal 6-of-6 from the stripe - adding six boards, four assists, three steals and three blocked shots. The way we played, the calls that were made throughout the course of that game.

James is expected to decline his $35.6-million player option and become a free agent.

"I pretty much played the last two games with a broken hand. So I don't have an answer for you right now as far as that".

The Golden State Warriors completed an NBA Finals sweep of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night.

It's entirely possible that James left the floor Friday night knowing he was wearing a Cavaliers uniform for the last time. Tonight, he addressed why he returned in 2014.

Cavs coach Tryonn Lue said, "I hope he stays", when asked of James' future. "I don't think we've put our best game together yet, which is encouraging, because what better time to do that?"

"We just know how to win", Curry said. "We still have to keep that enthusiasm, trust and belief that we can get this thing done".

"When you make mistakes they make you pay", he said, "because they're already more talented than you are but they also have the minds behind it, too, and they also have the championship DNA".

James once again gave a heroic effort, but it was not enough to stem the overwhelming and balanced talent of Golden State, which came into the series looking for a sweep after Cleveland denied them the opportunity past year for a ideal playoffs run.

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