Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

LeBron James REVELATION: NBA analyst makes shock prediction about Cavs star

LeBron James REVELATION: NBA analyst makes shock prediction about Cavs star

It wasn't really the career postseason high 43 points he pumped in, or his mid-range shot that fell throughout the night, or even his 3-pointer taken from deep that finally put the Cleveland Cavaliers to sleep.

"You can never count out a champion, no matter what's going on in the course of their season", Cleveland star LeBron James said, lauding the Warriors. The Warriors, just like last season, now own a 3-0 series lead. "Listen, we're all National Basketball Association players".

The Golden State Warriors boast a 3-0 series lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers, and despite Game 4 being in Cleveland on Friday night, it's near-impossible to see any team rally from that kind of deficit, especially against an opponent as formidable as the Warriors. "I think as long as he's in office, the communication and things like that it's going to continue to happen", he said. "I went back for you for your question", James said. While there is some truth to it, Draymond Green believes that it is the team's IQ which has enabled them to be one of the best teams ever assembled.

If a sweep happens, it could nearly certainly send LeBron out of town on a bullet train this summer as a free agent, in search of the help he'll need if he ever plans to sip champagne in June again. In Game 1, George Hill missed a free throw with the score tied and J.R. Smith grabbed the offensive rebound and dribbled out the clock in regulation. They were both pull-up 3-pointers that served as daggers. The last time they went to the Finals was '99, last time they won it was '73.

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"Obviously, from a talent perspective, if you're looking at Golden State from their top five best players to our top five players, you would say they're stacked better than us". Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson struggled with just 11 and 10 points, respectively. Afterwards, he dismissed comparisons to his 2017 shot and focused on Golden State still needing a fourth victory.

Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls had two separate strings of three straight (1991-93 and 1996-98).

"We have a lot of talent as well".

Cleveland's LeBron James delivered an spectacular two-handed slam dunk usually reserved for the NBA All-Star Game contest in the early moments of Wednesday's (Thursday in Manila) third game of the NBA Finals.

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