LeBron 'living the moment' but ponders National Basketball Association superteams

LeBron 'living the moment' but ponders National Basketball Association superteams

It might not have been a carbon copy of the 2017 shot, but it could have similar effects; Durant is now one win away from a second straight title and possibly his second straight Finals MVP. Despite scoring 29 points on 10-20 shooting in addition to recording 13 assists and 9 rebounds in 44 minutes, James sat slightly slumped on the Cleveland Cavaliers' bench as if he just had one of the worst games of his illustrious career.

"You know, we've got a lot of depth", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.

No team has ever come back from a 3-0 deficit to win a series.

James set an early tone barely two minutes into the contest with an incredible dunk with an assist from the backboard. "When you make mistakes, they make you pay, 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".

With a 12.7 in metered market results, last night's exhilarating Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals dipped just 5% to be pretty steady from the comparable match-up of a year ago.

But of course, Cortes said Cleveland will need to play a near-perfect game if it wants to pull off a miracle.

The Warriors won 110-102 to seize a 3-0 stranglehold on the best-of-seven series entering game four Friday in Cleveland.

Players not named LeBron James were contributing, and it was a single-possession game down the stretch.

The Cavaliers, who were powered by a 33-point performance from LeBron James, will try to become the first National Basketball Association team to come back from a 3-0 deficit and win a series.

Upon first listen, the normal person inside me says that this is James simply paying respect to the NBA's best by comparing them to the NFL's best.

From there, the game never got outside of five points in either direction until Durant's crushing 3.

"I don't feel good how I feel right now, not how I feel about the rest of the series", James expounded.

He can put the Warriors in position for a huge road win, and Curry - the best shooter in the world - can suddenly wake up, make a layup to give the Warriors a 98-97 lead with 2:58 remaining and follow with a 31-foot 3-pointer to increase the advantage to four.

James, who can become a free agent at the end of the postseason, could be playing his last game in Cleveland.

"There's going to be nights like this for all of them". But I think having guys that get so excited about a good play, a good block or a good rotation or a good shot or dagger shot.

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