LeBron James INJURED: Cavs star in serious trouble with right ankle?

Jo Caldwell
June 7, 2018

It's a very tall task.

Days after the controversial Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, Cavs guard Jr smith admitted that he was slightly drunk during the second half and overtime. We should still be uncomfortable with the series, as we were in game one and as we were tonight. "We can play so much better". Guys will be able to slip to the basket and we'll be able to cover for one another. "We're going to need that going out on the road". We're locked into doing that, and we know we can.

Despite the strength in depth in the Warriors' team, Durant's performance - with 43 points and 13 rebounds - had James acknowledging the former Oklahoma City Thunder star as the difference between the two sides for the second year running.

"Bringing physicality has always been a point of emphasis for our ballclub", James said. He gave a classic response when asked about playing alongside James.

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Getting home is a almost indescribable feeling for James.

The Warriors outscored the Cavaliers 28-22 in the third period in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals, preserving a tune for the defending champs, who are +136 in the third quarter this playoffs, outscoring their rivals by an average of 7.6 points per third quarter.

Lue said the Cavaliers were made aware that there was a timeout left and they specifically didn't use it before the final possession because they didn't want to allow the Warriors to sub Steph Curry out the of the game so they could take advantage of the matchup.

"We've been here before, and that's the biggest thing".

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"He's doing better", Kerr said. So we're used to that.

"He broke it down pretty verbatim of how his process went with his discussions with his teammates and how he wanted to keep the focus on what the conversation should be and not the anthem and not Trump's policies and how he's been overshadowing the National Football League and all that type of stuff", Curry said. It's bad that the ref didn't stop the play, admit his mistake and have the Cleveland Cavaliers put the ball back in bounds. LeBron, this crowd and their environment, we know the kind of force they're going to bring. "And we have to be prepared for that". "We'll just have to see".

"It's typical of him", James said of Trump's situation with the Eagles. "This is a team that you don't want to be down 0-3 against. But today you should feel excited about the opportunity to be better and be great and move forward". Tomorrow I'll replay some plays and some moments and things of that nature. Last June, after losing Game 3, Cleveland bounced back to win Game 4 in convincing fashion, 137-116.

"He's doing better. He played yesterday some one-on-one, did some full-court drills".

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When approached with this information, Curry told ESPN: "I'm not going to get into it". So I would upgrade him to questionable. I can't ice it or anything like that, or if I get more sleep or whatever the case may be. "But, again, it's day to day".

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