Well the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors comes down to a one-game winner take all in Game 7. LeBron James once again put on a another magnificent performance in Game 6 to bring his team back to Oakland for the final game. The Warriors look frustrated and need to get their act back together if they want to see a second consecutive title. The title matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors is scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 19, 2016, at 8 p.m. ET at Oracle Arena. The game will be broadcast on ABC.
The Cleveland Cavaliers win on Thursday was due to the performance put in by LeBron James. He carried his team to another victory with his second straight 41-point game. He also had 11 assists, eight rebounds, four steals and three blocked shots. The Warriors power forward Draymond Green who was suspended for the last game and returned for this one wasn’t enough to slow down James. Remember, no team has ever come back from a from a 3-1 deficit to win the NBA Finals.
The Golden State Warriors need to find an answer for James. James frustrated the Dubs and the MVP Steph Curry hurled his mouthpiece into the crowd. Curry needs to keep his mouthpiece in his mouth and concentrate on playing to best he can to win Game 7. The knee injury to center Andrew Bogut is going to put him out for the final game. Bogut was injured in Game 5 when J.R. Smith fell into Bogut and hyperextended his knee. Andre Iguodala replaced Bogut in Game 6 and tweaked his back during the first half. He came out of the game for a short period to get his back worked on. When he returned he was affected by back spasms that was very apparent. Best Sports Site Blog knows the Warriors have the homecourt advantage but the Cavs and LeBron have the confidence since they thoroughly dominated Game 5 in the Bay Area.