Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors Game 7 Preview
The Cleveland Cavaliers fought valiantly last night to tie the series against the Golden State Warriors to set up a Game 7 on Sunday. LeBron James had another solid performance as he had 41 points for the second straight game. Now the series shift to the Oracle as the final game of the 2015-16 season takes place for the NBA championship. This game may go down as one of the most watched NBA Finals game in history, which is one of the few things to expect. Here's more things to expect on Sunday.
LeBron James will continue to play well
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With back to back 40 point games, it's hard to deny the impact that LeBron James will have this Sunday. After having his back against the wall, down 3-1, the "King" has responded extremely well and has led the Cavs to being one game away from an NBA championship. He will most likely continue his streak on Sunday, as he looks to win a ring for "the land". LeBron James has cemented his legacy as one of the elite players and should keep it up on Sunday's finale.
Stephen Curry will finally show up
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Stephen Curry was ejected last night after getting a technical following his sixth foul. It was arguably the first time all season he got mad. Curry is known for have a cool demeanor, but he showed anger in Game 6, including a moment as he was leaving where it looked like he pointed to LeBron and said "I'm coming". Whether that's true or not is up to interpretation, but it's highly likely that Curry will be ready for Game 7 and he will need to be in order to become back to back champions.
Game 7 will be a closer game
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Each game in the NBA Finals have been decided by more than 10 points and that should change on Sunday. With so much on the line, the game should be close and everyone should be on their "A" game in the most important game of the season for both teams. Game 7 should be a fight and it will be a competitive game throughout.
LeBron James has a great chance to be Finals MVP
Even if the Cleveland Cavaliers lose on Sunday, there is a good chance that LeBron James wins Finals MVP. He has been the best player on the court throughout the Finals.
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LeBron is leading in every critical statistical category and no one would be surprised if he won the Finals MVP.
Game 7 of the NBA Finals should be a fight and should be the most entertaining game of this year's postseason. Tune in on Sunday for the conclusion of the NBA season and the crowning of an NBA Champion!