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We are headed back to Cleveland for Game 6 of the NBA Finals. LeBron James, as he should, put his team on his back tonight at Oracle Arena and willed his Cavaliers to victory over the Golden State Warriors 112-97. Despite a solid game from MVP Stephen Curry (25 pts, 8-21 FG), and an incredible game from Klay Thompson (37 pts, 11-20 FG), Game 6 was just too much LeBron, and too much Kyrie Irving, as the pair combined for 82 points on 33-54 (61.1%) from the field. James mixed a steady dose of vicious drives to the basket with a stable outside jumper, leaving Coach Steve Kerr and the Warriors without an answer defensively with Draymond Green suspended. Irving was similarly fantastic, using his innate ability to get into the lane and either pull up for the bank 10 footer or finish strong at the rim. Golden State did not lose the game tonight, Cleveland won it ... MORE HERE
With the NBA assessing a flagrant 1 foul against Draymond Green for his antics with LeBron James in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Green has earned himself a suspension for tonight's Game 5 in Oakland. The flagrant call gives Green his fourth flagrant foul point these playoffs, warranting the one game suspension. After watching the Golden State Warriors outwit, outmaneuver, and basically just outplay the Cleveland Cavaliers in three of the four Finals games thus far, the Cavs were all but dead and buried. That was until now. Until the NBA ruled that Draymond Green cannot play tonight ... MORE HERE