Golden State Warriors are National Basketball Association champs after beating Cavs in Game 5

The Golden State Warriors will be at Quicken Loans Arena tonight for Game 3 of the 2017 NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Through the first two games, James is averaging 28.5 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists, while shooting 55.3 per cent from the field.

The Warriors trailed by six with three minutes left before Durant, who signed with the Warriors a year ago to win a championship, brought them back, scoring 14 points in the fourth. After a failed drive attempt, Irving eventually found himself backing up to that same spot on the right wing where he won the NBA Finals past year. Though yet again the Warriors got out to an early lead. I wouldn't be shocked if LBJ plays the rest of the game without a break.

LeBron James has 32 points, seven assists and six rebounds, Kyrie Irving has 33 points and the Cavaliers are hanging on for dear life in a game they know they can not afford to lose.

Golden State Warriors win in 4: 31.17%. His first half stats compared to the second half revealed a player who wasn't driving to the rim as frequently. Two free throws later and Durant gave the Warriors the separation that they needed to hold on. I don't contribute as losing this game because we got exhausted. In fact, as Cleveland looks to rebound and counterpunch in Wednesday's Game 3, the pressure remains on Durant to remain as locked in as he has been, to continue putting a cut-throat nature on full display. "You can tell he knows this is his moment".

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Halfway to a championship, the Warriors have an opportunity to run through the National Basketball Association playoffs unscathed, which would pack its own set of baggage as naysayers bemoan a lack of parity and champion the idea that the "superteam" concept could ultimately kill the game. Otherwise, they would be allowing Golden State to have even more confidence.

The Golden State Warriors are National Basketball Association champs after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5.

Draymond Green had another all-around performance with 8 points, 8 rebounds and 7 assists.

"He took over", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said of Durant. But despite Irving's offensive exploits on this night - he was 16-of-22 on two-point shots - he was 0-of-7 from three. Not this time. Irving erupted for 16 points in the period and the Cavs forged a 94-89 lead by period's end.

The Cavaliers got outrebounded, 44-37, in Game 3. In doing so, he passed Elgin Baylor and Bill Russell on the career finals scoring list.

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"I never been in this position before", said Durant, long accused of not being able to win the big game.

But Andre Iguodala, who has had a quiet postseason, made the biggest defensive play of the night, stripping LeBron and knocking it off his leg out of bounds. And the Cavs made just enough errors to blow a winnable game, and their chance to salvage this series. When I say his team, I mean it's not literally just his team.

Irving left Thompson open behind the 3-point line to try to swipe a steal from Zaza Pachulia in the post and Thompson buried the 3 to give Golden State an eight-point lead.

However, now the series shifts back to Cleveland, and even though few people at this point are all-in on Cleveland winning the title, the odds suggest that the Cavaliers will at least win one game in the series and prevent another Warriors sweep.

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