J.R. Smith's blunder, a disputed replay overturn and a key missed free throw dealt the Cleveland Cavaliers an emotionally crushing loss in an opener of the NBA Finals that was ripe to be taken away from the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
James drove past Curry for a three-point play with 50 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. That said, the odds indicate that this is looking like James' greatest challenge yet - before this series against the Warriors, the longest odds James had ever faced were +360 in his first Finals appearance against the San Antonio Spurs in 2007. Love was held out of Sunday's series-clinching win in Beantown due to the collision, but he was cleared to play tonight against the Golden State Warriors in Game 1 of the Finals.
The same thing happened in Game 6 in Oakland.
Iguodala, a 34-year-old swingman who was the NBA Finals Most Valuable Player in Golden State's 2015 championship campaign and a key reserve in last season's 16-1 playoff run to the crown.
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Houston would have to match any offer Capela gets if they want to keep him and that would put them way over the luxury tax.
"For me as a competitor, it's fun", James said.
"Obviously James is going to have to be great. and they are going to have to be lights out from the three-point line to have a chance to win a game", said Van Gundy. "If we win this championship and I don't win Finals MVP, I'm going to be smiling just as wide and just as big". "However, the pain accompanying the bone bruise persists, as does inflammation of the nerve surrounding his left knee". He returned for the start of the second quarter to huge roars from the yellow-clad sellout crowd and scored 24 points. Teams are not allowed to have more than five players on the court at once, it's as simple as that. Warriors coach Steve Kerr went with Looney against Houston but could go a number of ways in this series. Refs do seem to give more leniency to teams regarding this violation when it comes to the end of games, especially a title-winning one.
"I think I saw [the MVP trophy] once when we moved", Iguodala told The Undefeated.