Durant averaged 35.2 points per game in the Finals while James scored 33.6.
"He thought it was over". Love collided with Boston Celtics' rookie Jayson Tatum early in Game 6 and has been in the NBA's concussion protocol ever since. He is scheduled to be reevaluated prior to Game 2 on Sunday night. That's because Warriors owner Joe Lacob is lamenting the fact that the Cavaliers will be his team's opponent for the fourth consecutive year. James hit all three free throws to put the Cavs up 56-53, but Stephen Curry hit a very long 3-pointer at the buzzer to tie the score.
The same thing happened in Game 6 in Oakland. Coach Steve Kerr said Iguodala is improving each day but still not expected to be healthy enough for Game 2. "... To do what he did tonight and to come up robbed, it's just not right".
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Durant struggled to find his stroke but wound up with 26 points on 8-for-22 shooting and nine rebounds.
The surprise isn't that Golden State will win again. He and Curry each connected on five 3s. Would KD have left OKC if Golden State won the chip in 2016? Nearly everyone is picking the Warriors to win, and before Game 1, enough people tweeted the specific prediction that Golden State will take it in five games, that "Warriors in 5" was trending.
First quarter, 4:26, 24-21 Cavs: LeBron James is up to 12 points in eight minutes. Home run king Barry Bonds was in attendance. "Where you've got great guys who not only have great talent, but practice exactly how you're supposed to practice, and then go on in a game and play it that way". "We're moving on as a team".
"I think I saw [the MVP trophy] once when we moved", Iguodala told The Undefeated. The mind is a powerful thing, so it is good to go through hard situations, because once you get out of it, you learn from it. "Obviously I wasn't part of the communication and know exactly what was going on between the two sides, but I felt it was just bad timing for our team to get rid of our point guard in Kyrie Irving".