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Old 06-09-2015, 04:08 PM   #31
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LOL@MrCleveland hahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. I agree. I hope the Cavs can win their home games because if they do, they will win the championship because I believe they'll get another win in Oakland.
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For the first time since 1948...a Cleveland Team became 2-1 in a Finals!

86% of NBA Teams win it all after being 2-1...so there is a certainty of chance!
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For the first time since 1948...a Cleveland Team became 2-1 in a Finals!

86% of NBA Teams win it all after being 2-1...so there is a certainty of chance!

Yeah! Very cool. Hope they win tonight!
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Old 06-12-2015, 12:55 AM   #34
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Default WARRIORS EVEN THE SERIES 2-2

Hey guys, if you thought that the Cavs were gonna win both of their game @ home, guess what?

NOT TONIGHT!

That's b/c the Warriors have EVENED the series

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Golden State comes alive behind Andre Iguodala, ties the NBA Finals at 2-2
By Kelly Dwyer | June 11, 2015
Ball Don't Lie

It might be possible that the Cleveland Cavaliers have cracked, and you couldn’t blame them for that. It also might be possible that the Golden State Warriors have broken through.

Some combination of the two, likely, led to a desperately-needed Warriors win in Game 4 on Thursday. Golden State lined up behind an inspired starting lineup change to blow the Cavs out in Cleveland by a 103-82 score and tie the 2015 NBA Finals up 2-2. The Warriors will have a chance to take a commanding 3-2 series lead against Cleveland on Sunday in Game 5, and former supersub Andre Iguodala is the biggest reason why.

Iguodala, who didn’t start a game all season until his team’s 101st game on Thursday, replaced Andrew Bogut in the starting lineup and completely outplayed a game but ultimately ineffective (to his usual standards, at least) LeBron James. Dre finished his night with 22 points on 8-15 shooting with eight rebounds. He played excellent defense, and only turned the ball over once despite handling the rock near as much (if not more) than Warriors point man Stephen Curry.

Iguodala, somehow, ended his night without any assists despite leading several fruitful fast breaks, as James finished Game 4 with 20 points on 22 shots, eight assists, 12 rebounds, and zero fourth quarter points. This appears to be a pattern:

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LeBron James points in the fourth quarter.
2011 Finals Game 4: 0
2014 Finals Game 4: 0
2015 Finals Game 4: 0
9:48 PM - 11 Jun 2015

Tonight wasn’t about the game’s best player, running with a skinflint supporting cast as he attempts to work through the most grueling half-decade in NBA history. Tonight was about the brazen choice the W’s made in what wasn’t exactly an immediate lineup switch payoff.

All the hallmarks of GSW’s NBA Finals struggles were in place early in the first quarter. There was over-passing, with Iguodala and Draymond Green both passing up on shots, all while Cleveland seemed to get any look it wanted on the other end. The Bogut-less experiment wasn’t exactly a success early on, as even the element of surprise only led to a 22-20 Golden State lead when David Lee subbed in for Green with four minutes to go in the first quarter.

In a series that has seen the Warriors struggle terrible to put points on the board in the first, however, the spark was enough. Golden State went on a 9-2 run to finish the quarter, and Steve Kerr looked like a genius as the W’s went on to build a 14-point first half lead.

“I lied,” Steve Kerr admitted following the win, referring to his declarations that Bogut would start earlier on Thursday. “I mean it, I lied.”

“I figure, I have two press conferences on the day of the game. I’m asked a lot of strategic questions; so, my options were tell the truth, […] and telling the truth is the equivalent of knocking on [Cavaliers coach] David Blatt’s door and saying ‘hey, this is what we’re going to do.’ I could evade the question, which would start this Twitter phenomenon: ‘Who’s gonna start for the Warriors?’ Or I could lie. So I lied. Sorry. I don't think they hand you a trophy based on morality, they give it to you if you when. So, sorry about that.”

Kerr admitted that he had a few second thoughts after Cleveland raced out to a 7-0 lead, but in its fourth game in a week the Cavs seemed due to break down. Especially after a furious first half that saw the Cavaliers rushing around with the intensity and panache of a team down 3-0 in the Finals, as opposed to the 2-1 mark it entered Game 4 with.

The squad couldn’t sustain things, though. Golden State began to grow comfortable with its looks, with Harrison Barnes (who had missed nine consecutive shots dating back to Game 3, and counting his first clang of Game 4) hitting for 14 points and nine rebounds, contributing to the parade of defenders that sidled up well behind James’ back. The Cavs just could not slow the pace and mind the roll that led to its previous two wins.

That isn’t to say that a charge wasn’t made. Behind James’ passing and the growing confidence (not to mention his superior hops and touch) of center Timofey Mozgov (28 points and 10 rebounds), Cleveland came back to turn Game 4 into a one-possession game with under a minute left in the third quarter. A 9-0 Warrior run, led by Iguodala and the slow-to-reveal derring-do of Stephen Curry, helped give GSW a double-digit advantage early in the fourth quarter. Cleveland immediately relented.

You couldn’t blame them. Both James and story-line hound Matthew Dellavedova were treated for clearly debilitating cramps, all while Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith couldn’t cash in on several fantastic looks as the final period got away from the Cavaliers. Cleveland managed just 12 points in the fourth quarter after a 28-point third quarter, with Shumpert (2-9 from the field on the game) and J.R. Smith (2-12) clanging away. Dellavedova also missed 11 of 14 shots in the loss.

The Cavs were dragging, and with Iguodala working with an extra gear that his teammates didn’t even seem to possess, it really wasn’t fair. With less than five minutes to go in regulation, he even managed to strip LeBron James from 30 feet from the hoop, as a wearied James attempted to line up a play.

Following the game, Kerr (ever the mensch) declined to credit his lineup switch for the win, pointing out that his team’s activity and insistence on valuing each possession while still managing to play in the pell-mell style that marked the team’s 67-win regular season was the difference. Tellingly, Kerr did credit sitting Andre Iguodala out for several games in the regular season for keeping in fresh and ready to work expertly on both ends this deep into June. It’s a different, more active game these days. And coaches have to be aware of as much.

This post will be updated.

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also, Draymond Green says that the Cavs had ran out of gas:

"1 thing we’ve been preaching the whole series is that we wanted to wear them down. They’re playing 7 guys."
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The game was over before halftime...I'm afraid Cleveland will lose it all and the Cleveland Curse struck again!
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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. The Cavs are done and they're gonna lose the next 2 games. They were so pathetic the way they played yesterday and I was embarassed to watch them. Iman Shumpert can go with his outdated haircut hahahahahahahahahaha. He only had 5 points. What is that? LOL. JR Smith had 4 points LOL. They need Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving bad because their offense stinks without them.
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Tonight is Game 5...

I have high doubts for the Cavs...Cleveland is cursed and there's never next year.
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Hey guys,

Warriors on the verge of ending NBA title drought

Stephen Curry lifts Golden State to a 3-2 series lead with a spectacular performance in Game 5.

LeBron's triple-double not enough and not only that, but LeBron James also hit an AIR BALL

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Stephen Curry finds the stroke, as Golden State takes a 3-2 NBA Finals lead
By Kelly Dwyer | June 14, 2015
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After a series’ worth of struggles, Stephen Curry finally found his way toward some open space. Barely.

The NBA’s MVP nailed seven three-pointers on his way toward 37 points as his Golden State Warriors worked toward a pivotal Game 5 win, downing the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91. Curry managed 17 fourth-quarter points in the conquest, taking a 3-2 series lead as his W’s could take in the franchise’s first NBA championship in 40 years in Tuesday’s Game 6 in Cleveland.

"We're not getting ahead of ourselves," Curry said postgame. "In the locker room, if you walked in there was the exact same after a regular-season win. But we know the sense of urgency of the moment. It's a good feeling to get a win in Cleveland and understand we can get it done and how we need to get it done."

After struggling to find consistent rhythm throughout the series, Curry went against Golden State orthodoxy in relying on a litany of one-on-one fakes against fading Cavalier point man Matthew Dellavedova down the stretch. Needing just a scintilla of distance against the upstart Cavs guard, Curry rose up for seven three-pointers in 13 attempts, overcoming LeBron James’ second triple-double of these Finals. James finished with 40 points, 14 rebounds and 11 assists in the loss.

Golden State continued its two-game tradition of going small, once again replacing 7-foot center Andrew Bogut in the starting lineup with jack of all trades Andre Iguodala. And, once again, Iguodala responded with a gem of a game, contributing 14 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and three steals alongside zero turnovers and it’s-as-best-as-I-can-do defense on James. “Center” Draymond Green, meanwhile, did yeoman’s work in acting as a brute all-around force, adding 16 points, nine rebounds and five assists.

Just one game after the highest-scoring game of his NBA career, Cavs center Timofey Mozgov found himself sitting to start the second half. Mozgov, who acted as Cleveland’s second-best option in a tough Game 4 loss with 28 points, played only spot minutes as both sides eschewed tradition and ran with their best five players regardless of position and size.

"I thought I was pretty clear I thought that was our best chance to win the game," Cavs coach David Blatt said about his Mozgov move. "And we were definitely in the game with a chance to win. So that's the way we played it."

Cleveland had its chances. For a while at least.

The Cavs overcame a strong Golden State start, replete with great spacing and ball movement, to take a first quarter lead and remain competitive throughout. Game 5 was a two-point game as late as the 4:24 mark of the fourth quarter, with a potentially game-tying James jump hook from 7 feet away from the goal going long. J.R. Smith showed a confident stroke in the first half, establishing a series high with 14 points, while Tristan Thompson once again crashed the offensive glass with five caroms on that end alongside five defensive rebounds on his way to a 19 and 10 night in the loss.

The Cavaliers just could not keep up.

Dellavedova, charged with chasing Curry while attempting to set up Cleveland’s minimalist offense, was dragging even coming out of timeouts in the fourth quarter, and Curry took notice. The W’s guard entered the fourth quarter with 20 points, hardly a failing effort, but his team was nursing just a six-point lead heading into the final frame despite tactical changes and James’ skinflint support.

With Golden State’s ball movement lacking, and after already establishing himself as just an accurate passer and/or decoy as he was a scorer, Curry danced around Dellavedova to the tune of three fourth-quarter three-pointers, matching James’ mark from behind the arc. LeBron’s 16 fourth-quarter points and an expected move from Cleveland to intentionally foul Iguodala (who missed nine of 11 free throws) were not enough to prevent GSW from pulling out to a 31-24 fourth-quarter advantage.

"You know, we needed our best defensive quarter tonight in the fourth quarter, and we didn't get it," James said. "We gave up 31 points in the fourth. Some of them were free throws, but a lot of them were them just breaking us down."

It was a desperate turn for all involved.

Golden State may have entered Game 5 with the home-court advantage and seeming momentum in what is now a best-of three series, but the team still had to work its way around a star in James that often times left the Warriors at the mercy of whether or not he was able to hit short post-up shots at the rim. James bullied Harrison Barnes, Klay Thompson and Iguodala in the post all evening, while matching Curry’s three-pointers shot for shot to begin the fourth period.

LeBron also missed several chippies down the stretch, while his teammates also faded. After a strong start, J.R. Smith ended up missing 10 of 15 looks, too often asked to contribute in isolation sets he’s clearly not suited for. Tristan Thompson was just as unprepared for a starring role in the low post, despite his double-double, and Dellavedova and backcourt mate Iman Shumpert combined to miss 13 of 18 shots from the field.

Mozgov – whose Golden State center counterpart Andrew Bogut received a Did Not Play, Coach’s Decision in the win – worked just five minutes in the first half and four in the second. Deep reserves Mike Miller (who hit one three-pointer) and James Jones were once again asked to work as seventh and eighth men, and a wearied James even sat out the game’s final minute with Golden State’s double-digit advantage in place.

Golden State wasn’t exactly running its deepest rotation, only two reserves notched double-figure minutes, but the team has the advantage in the fourth quarters of this series. The Warriors have outscored Cleveland by a total of 33 points in the fourth quarter of this series, a 60-minute sample size that can’t be sloughed off. Both teams might be offering small lineups and dueling seven-man rotations, but the Warriors are the ones working with an advantage late.

Cleveland, however, still had its opportunities late. And it truly did take tired legs and Stephen Curry’s impossible jump shots for Golden State to pull away, on its home floor no less. The Cavaliers, seemingly, have no business hanging with the NBA’s best team, but there they were yet again deep into Game 5, with just a few short shots from the game’s best player making the difference until Curry worked his magic.

There’s no guarantee that the magic can’t sustain, however, as the series shifts to Cleveland for what could be the final NBA game of the season. Stephen Curry is that brilliant, and his team is that resilient.

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Meanwhile....

http://www.csnbayarea.com/warriors/d...bcs&ocid=yahoo

Draymond irked with Cavaliers' Dellavedova after tussle
By Monte Poole
June 14, 2015, 9:45 pm

OAKLAND -– Draymond Green hopped off the floor hoping to hear a whistle but really wanting a piece of Cavaliers guard Matthew Dellavedova.

Yes, Delly once again found himself in the middle of a play that might easily be construed as “dirty.”

This one occurred with 5:55 left in the second quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals Sunday night at Oracle Arena. As both players hustled toward the rim for a possible rebound, Dellavedova, while tumbling to the floor, subtly used his left arm to hook Green’s right arm, resulting in Green also going down, on top of Dellavedova.

It was a splendid wrestling move sneakily executed on the basketball court. Green wanted a foul on Dellavedova but officials instead ruled a double foul, one being assessed to each player.

This was, for Green, rather unsatisfying. Though he still was irritated after the game, time and a 104-91 victory conspired to drop his temperature drop below the boiling point.

“I was a little angry at what took place,” Green said. “I mean, I'm really not going to get into it. It is what it is. The play happened. I thought something went on on the play. But, hey, it is what it is.

“We've got one more game, hopefully, to try to close this series out, and that's my focus. I'm not really going to worry about that play that happened in the second quarter, although I was upset when it happened.”

Green wanted somebody to recognize what had happened. None of the three officials did, and Dellavedova has perfected the act of spurious innocence.

So Draymond ranted and railed until center Andrew Bogut came off the bench to calm his furious teammate.

“Yeah, he did, because I was upset,” Green said. “And just wanted to be heard, but he didn't allow me to be heard. So I eventually knew I just had to let it go.”

Green will just have to accept the fact that Delly seemed to get the worst of the fall, as the left side of his face hit the floor, along with being briefly pinned beneath Green.

credit: csnbayarea.com

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http://www.csnbayarea.com/warriors/l...-loss-warriors

LeBron dominates, but gets no support in loss to Warriors
By Kevin Kurz
June 14, 2015, 10:30 pm

OAKLAND –- It would be difficult for LeBron James to improve upon his performance in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Sunday at Oracle Arena.

The 30-year-old, who labeled himself as the “best player in the world” in his postgame press conference, scored 40 points, corralled 14 rebounds and dished out 11 assists for Cleveland. In some moments it looked like James might single-handedly will the Cavs to victory, especially after a 34-foot three-pointer with less than eight minutes to go in the game that gave his team an 80-79 edge.

In the end it wasn’t enough as the Warriors pulled away late, winning 104-91, and are now just one win away from a championship.

James said he could do even more.

“I don’t put a ceiling on what I’m capable of doing,” he said. “I know I’m shouldering a lot of the burden, but it is what it is.”

In the first half, though, James wasn’t the only reason that the Cavs were matching the Warriors basket-for-basket. Sure, at one point Cleveland had 15 straight conversions that were either made or assisted by James, but other guys were hitting shots that they weren’t making later.

That was especially true of J.R. Smith, who had 14 points in the first half but none in the second.

“I don’t know what happened with him,” James said. “He came out aggressive, which we wanted him to do. We kept finding him. He started off well, he just cooled down.”

Smith said that he had the “same mindset” in second half that he had in the first, but “just didn’t get any good looks.”

There were some suggestions and hints before Game 5 that Cavs coach David Blatt might go further down his bench in order to try and cope with the Warriors’ edge in depth. That didn’t happen, as Cleveland played just eight guys. Other than Smith’s 14 points, the Cavs had just three more points from their bench – a 3-pointer by Mike Miller.

Shawn Marion remained seated, and the 37-year-old veteran has yet to play in the series.

“Shawn’s a tremendous guy and a terrific player,” Blatt said. “That’s just a professional decision, that’s all.”

Blatt is quickly running out of options as the series progresses. He’ll need the same kind of performance, if not more, from James on Tuesday to give his club a chance to bring the series back to Oakland for a decisive Game 7.

“LeBron has been tremendous is an understatement for how he’s played in this series,” Blatt said. “Under the current set of circumstances, that’s what we’ve got to get, and he’s bringing it.”

Iman Shumpert said: “[James] can always do more. We can all always do more. This isn’t something where we think we’re not capable of beating the Warriors.

James and his teammates will all have to be better than they were the last time they were at home in Game 4, a 21-point win for the Warriors that seems to have turned the series.

“We have to understand why we weren’t good in Game 4,” James said. “We had a lack of energy. We had a lack of effort in a lot of areas in Game 4, and we can’t repeat that or they’ll raise the trophy, for sure.”

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And for Cleveland...we STILL have a drought more severe than California! Add another year!

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Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Warriors are gonna win tomorrow to end the series. Poor Lebron. He's not getting any help from his teammates and that's sad. Iman Shumpert sucks LOL. JR Smith sucks LOL. Tristan Thompson sucks LOL. Mike Miller and James Jones sucks LOL. Timothy Mosgov and Matthew Dellavedova are the only ones who's been consistent besides Lebron in scoring. Timothy didn't play that much yesterday and I don't know why. I bet the Cavs fans are gonna be pissed when the Warriors win in Cleveland tomorrow LOL. I wanna have sex with Stephen Curry's wife hahahahahahahahaha. She's hot and their daughter is cute. Klay Thompson's woman is hot too.
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Oh No Cleveland Lost...Figures!

I've Lost All Faith In Cleveland. Face It...We ARE Cursed! Call This One "The Injury"!

Here's Another Song From The Tune "We Didn't Start The Fire"...

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1966-North Vietnam, South Vietnam, Virginia Woolf, Jesus Christ, Color TV, The Grinch, Walt Disney so long!
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1968-Chicago, Prague, MLK, Stanley Krubick, RFK, Rowan and Martin, Heidi Bowl, Go Joe Namath Go!
Chorus-We had a river fire! It's been 50 years and too many tears.
We had a river fire! Seems that we are in it, and will never win it!
1969-Richard Nixon, Moonshot, Altamont, Woodstock, Charles de Gaulle, Judy Garland, Sesame Street.
1970-Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Beatle Breakup, Mets are rockin', Kent State, Cambodia, Manson takes the heat.
1971-Norman Lear, Jim Morrison, Rolls-Royce, Ed Sullivan, Shamu, Bangladesh, Disney World, cigarettes.
1972-War Ends, Munich, Perfect Dolphins, Belfast, Godfather, cocaine, Red China, George Carlin!
Chorus-We had a river fire! It's been 50 years and too many tears.
We had a river fire! Seems that we are in it, and will never win it!
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1974-Hank Aaron, Gerald Ford, Carrie, Ethiopia, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Nixon claims that he was wrong!
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1976-US Bicentennial, Hurricane, Apple, Peter Frampton, Disco Dancing, Jimmy Carter advancing!
Chorus-We had a river fire! It's been 50 years and too many tears.
We had a river fire! Seems that we are in it, and will never win it!
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1978-Harvey Milk, Bee Gees, Annie Hall, Go Argentines, Garfield, Charon, Pope John-Paul passes on.
1979-Egypt and Israel, Iran Republic gave us hell, Disco Demolition Night...Are The Who All Right?
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We had a river fire! Seems that we are in it, and will never win it!
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Chorus-We had a river fire! It's really clear, there's always next year.
We had a river fire! And as we are gone, we will still lose on and on and on...

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