Golden State Warriors edge closer to National Basketball Association title with third straight win

Golden State Warriors edge closer to National Basketball Association title with third straight win

Golden State Warriors edge closer to National Basketball Association title with third straight win

And it still wasn't enough.

Considering no team in National Basketball Association history has ever lost a series after going up 3-0, it's not premature to begin wondering which Warriors player will earn the honor. "We have another opportunity on Friday to win on our home floor.to extend the series".

Cleveland came ready to play and got the game started with a 16-4 run. Rodney Hood made the most of his playing time with 15 points and six rebounds off the bench. He also came within three assists of a triple-double (13 rebounds and seven assists).

They just couldn't stop Kevin Durant.

"K.D. had one of his games that will go on his highlight reel and one that was incredible even by his standards".

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson combined for only 21 points.

"We feel like we've been right there", Love said.

As for Iguodala's extended rest, he actually said he wasn't too upset that he had to miss the final four games of the Conference Finals and the first two games of The Finals.

"He hit that dagger 3 previous year, except maybe 5 feet closer. I think that was mostly it". So I just get back to work tomorrow and figure out a better game plan. In addition to posting the round scores, a photo surfaced on Snapchat of Curry on the golf course the day before Game 3 against the Cavaliers.

They were asking for trouble.

"I thought we did some things that we need to correct if we want to win the next game".

As he always does regardless of whether they're going in, Curry has kept firing 3-pointers. That's what this team does.

So this series is just about finished, or at least, that's what the history books say.

Golden State leads the series, 3-0.

Another victory Friday night in Cleveland will give the Warriors not only their second straight National Basketball Association championship, but also their third title in four years.

"That margin for error is so little, so thin against them, I think in some cases you have to be ideal", Love said.

James can be a free agent, and there's a real sense around the National Basketball Association that this summer - just like in 2010, when he left for Miami - could be packing up and leaving his native northeast OH once again.

The NBA Finals have given broadcasting a lift. He was 2-2 in four trips to the NBA Finals with Miami.

"It's definitely a tough loss", said Cavaliers star LeBron James. "He just never gets exhausted, even when he's been out 2 1/2 weeks". "That's who I am".

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