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NBA Finals Game 3 Winner 2015: Cleveland Cavaliers Congratulations

NBA Finals Game 3 Winner 2015 Cleveland Cavaliers Congratulations, Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors: Game 3 – Full Game Highlights 2015 NBA Finals, Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James falls to the floor.
Stephen Curry’s 13 Three-Pointer Misses, He misses when people guard him properly, he had a Delly in his face all night, Suspect officiating on both ends tbh but those clear fouls on LeBron near the end of the 4th & OT had me heated, A leader never gives up on his team. In this game, Lebron literally played every position on the court from guard to forward. He simply did not allow his team to lose, Golden State shooting three pointers for the Majority of the game. Cleveland has actually outplayed them both games. Cleveland has just had many opportunities to capitalize and failed in game 1, and nearly here in game 2. Despite the Terrific performance by LeBron, He shot the ball poorly and needs to stop settling for jumpers. Congratulations on the win by Cleveland, It was a crazy, nail-biting game.

The winning match-up league of ‘Cleveland’ LeBron can do anything !! He will prove everyone that he is the leader and he doesn’t need any other superstar.

NBA Finals Game 3 Winner 2015 Cleveland Cavaliers
NBA Finals Game 3 Winner 2015 Cleveland Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors: Game 3 – Full Game Highlights 2015

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Game 3 Match-up Summary,
After dominating much of Game 3, the Cleveland Cavaliers barely held on for a 96-91 win over the Golden State Warriors, taking a 2-1 lead in the series.

The Cavs led by 20 points with a couple of minutes left in the third quarter, but the Dubs opened the fourth quarter on a 25-9 run. It seemed a comeback was on the cards until LeBron scored nine points in the final two minutes to preserve the momentous victory.

LeBron sparkled once again with a game-high 40 points, falling two assists short of a triple-double. Matthew Dellavedova continually proved to be a difference-maker, scoring 20 points and diving on the floor for virtually every loose ball. Tristan Thompson double-doubled with 10 points and 13 boards.

Stephen Curry managed only three points in the first half, and his 24-point second half left the Warriors short despite a furious comeback attempts. Andre Iguodala scored 15 points off the bench, logging 36 minutes and contending with LeBron through countless push-offs in the post. Klay Thompson got 14 points from 16 shots, missing five of his seven tries from long range.