Game 3 Of NBA Finals (Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors)
A game full of intensity, desire and emotions; Game 3 was the prime stage of superstars putting their selves in the positions to become one of basketball’s immortal gods. The performance LeBron James been putting on has been unprecedented, as he is successful introducing the sports fans to another side of King James we been waiting to see. This is a LeBron who just evolved to a DragonBall Z Super Sayian force, who can not and will not be stopped at all. James was able to put up 40-12-8 in front of record breaking viewers nationwide. If that wasn’t the perfect statement to show critics that he can seriously be dubbed him as the all time great, then you must’ve slipped and bumped your head too many times. For the series, Bron Bron continues his domination, averaging 41.0 points, 12 rebounds and 8.5 assists. Numbers that look often similar to the bald guy who wore #23 for the Bulls during the 1993 NBA Finals. Matthew Dellavedova was able to show fans that he can be a scorer along with being dubbed as the “Curry stopper” by putting up a career high 20 points. But even though the reigning MVP started off extremely slow, Steph was able to show fans that slow starts can result to strong finishes. Best believe he proved this saying to be accurate as he came just a couple of possessions short of forcing it to overtime after being down nearly 20 towards the beginning of the 4th quarter. But to be honest sports fan, Cleveland letting Steph heat up may have been the wrong move for them heading towards Game 4. Curry’s late game heroic attempt that fell short of victory is just the perfect motivation to have him and the Warriors firing from all cylinders like a epic Violator Record “Hail Mary” freestyle diss towards Ja Rule. But stay tune folks, this finals will get really interesting once the Game 4 ends and the series heads back to Oakland. Get your popcorns, and asthma pumps ready as we are heading towards crunch time of this phenomenal, outstanding NBA finals.