Is going home enough for Cavaliers to turn series around?

Is going home enough for Cavaliers to turn series around?

The Warriors are up 2-0. Game 3 of this series will probably be remembered by how the Cavaliers, even with Curry missing 13 of his first 14 shots, dominated stretches of the first half and went into the locker room only up by six.

He ducked under McGee, fired the ball off the backboard, caught the rebound and dunked while every kid on the planet said, "Oh, yeah I could do that ... with a trampoline".

"There are a lot of things we believe in as Americans we don't believe he's for", James said. "We understand how hard it is to win in this building". Curry was coming off a Game 2 in which he hit a Finals-record nine 3-pointers en route to 33 points. I'll continue to try to make plays for our team to be successful and try to get one up on the board.

Nearly everyone around the world, NBA fan or not, has seen J.R. Smith's massive blunder to end regulation of Game 1 of this year's NBA Finals.

Kendrick Perkins had a warning for the Warriors before Game 3 of the NBA Finals.

When Curry snubbed Trump last September, he noted golfing with former President Barack Obama and said, "I'm pretty sure I won't get a tee-time invite during this regime". "The guys are engaged and locked in". Winning tomorrow is a step forward, but then go out and win game four also. We know it's going to be loud. It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going [to the White House].

"We've been very persistent and very resilient throughout this whole season", James said.

Golden State presents a challenge no single star can stop, though. "And if we can do that, guys can look in the mirror and live with themselves". But we have an opportunity. "Last two years, we were up 2-0".

Last September, Trump revoked an invitation to the Warriors, who beat Cleveland last June for their second title in three seasons, after Curry had said he would vote against a planned visit. He's a big part of what we do.

'They feed off the crowd. "And we have to be prepared for that".

"He's doing better", Kerr said. And they told me, yes.

A potential adjustment that Lue hinted at prior to Game 2 was adding Rodney Hood to the Cavs' rotation. And while the Warriors came back to win Game 4, a tone had been set - one that carried through the rest of the series. "They're a team that's great at home", Golden State's Klay Thompson said on Sunday night. Get that up near their playoff home court average of 37 percent and things look better. "They were more physical, and we realized the playoffs had started".

Rebounding a missed free throw with the scores tied and just over four seconds left in the game, guard J.R. Smith dribbled out the clock. "But our communication and making it tough for him could be better".

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