James moved slowly and not with his usual grace one day after his brilliant performance in Game 3 lifted Cleveland to a 114-111 win over the Atlanta Hawks in overtime, moving the Cavs within a victory of their first Finals appearance since 2007.
The Australian point guard is once again embroiled in controversy following the ejection of Hawks center Al Horford late in the second quarter of Sunday night’s 114-111 overtime win that gave the Cavs a commanding a 3-0 series lead.
LeBron James shook off an atrocious shooting start and withstood Atlanta’s gritty comeback to record a triple-double, and the Cleveland Cavaliers moved within one win of the NBA Finals by beating the Hawks 114-111 in overtime on Sunday night to take a 3-0 series lead.
James overcame an 0-10 shooting start from the field to register his 12th career playoff triple double – 37 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists to lead the Cavs to a 114-111 win in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals to take a commanding 3-0 series lead.
LeBron, Cavs Not Taking 2-0 Series Lead For Granted: “You Never Have Control Of A Series Until You End It”
With Game 3 on the horizon Sunday night in the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena, don’t think that the Cavs are getting cocky or overconfident, because they’re not.
A day after James and the Cavs took a 2-0 series lead in Atlanta with a 94-82 win, James found himself fielding questions about the case, which has garnered national attention and has the city on edge following violent protests in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore Maryland.
LeBron James scored 30 points and the Cavaliers took total command of the Eastern Conference final even without injured star Kyrie Irving, beating the Atlanta Hawks 94-82 on Friday night for a 2-0 lead with the series heading to Ohio.
LeBron James scored 30 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers took total command of the Eastern Conference final even without injured star Kyrie Irving, routing the Atlanta Hawks 94-82 on Friday night for a 2-0 lead with the series heading to Ohio.
Fred McLeod talks about the Cavs Watch Parties at Quicken Loans Arena, Kyrie Irving’s injury and the Cavs’ necessary adjustments if he has to sit out, J.R. Smith’s importance on the offensive end and the key to Game 2 with a chance to go up 2-0…
Chris Fedor talks about the latest on Kyrie Irving’s injury, how this team will adjust if Kyrie can’t play and their defensive performance in Game 1, the most likely approach by the Hawks in attempting to pull even in this series and the key to Game 2…