It is still hard to believe that the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the defending champion Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. After a long series filled with blowout games, we all got what we wanted in the instant classic Game 7 of this year’s Finals.
The Warriors started with two big wins to go up 2-0 before they lost Game 3 in a similar fashion that they won Game 2. Then the Cavs went down 3-1 in the series and it seemed like all hope was lost. Once again, the analysts made money by making crazy statements like “the Cavs are done” or “the Cavs have no shot.”
Sure, the odds were stacked against Cleveland, but haven’t we learned by now that anything is possible? Even if it includes the 73-win Golden State Warriors losing game 7 at home and dropping a 3-1 lead in the Finals. Yeah, it’s still hard to believe.
Game 7 was outstanding. It was a close game from start to finish and had an exciting ending. LeBron found a way to will his team to three straight wins in the Finals to beat a team that many have been stacking up as one of the top teams of all time.
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