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There are many people who have said that this Warriors team is the greatest NBA team of all time. While I’m not sure about that, they were certainly much better than the Cavaliers tonight. The Warriors, after a great performance by Steph Curry, will take a 2-0 series lead back to Cleveland. The Warriors win 122-103.
The Warriors came out hot in the first quarter, making their first seven field goals, including six in the paint. However the Cavs were able to stay within striking distance, ending the quarter with 28, while the Warriors had 32. Many things went the Warriors way in the first quarter, so the Cavs should be happy. The Warriors went 15-23, with 13-15 from inside the arc, but Lebron scored or assisted on 22 of 28 Cavalier points. However, the most exciting part of the first quarter was the Cedi Osman sighting! (Cedi Osman NEVER plays. He only played 8 seconds in the first quarter, but still.)
I’m writing this live, and it is now about mid-second quarter, and the first significant thing happened. The Warriors went on a mini-run, where they make like 3 straight, layups, capped off by a three. Not quite the third quarter “100-3” run, but a good one. The Cavs refuse to pass to Kyle Korea for open threes, and are not shooting the ball very well. The Warriors finished the second very string taking the lead up to 15 at one point, after two straight ridiculous threes by Curry. They took a 59-46 lead into half. Unfortunately, no Cedi sighting. Will keep you updated on #Cediwatch2k18.
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Halfway through the third quarter, the Cavs have kept the Warriors from exploding so far. George Hill is currently the second best Cavalier, with 15 points, just ahead of Kevin Love with 13. For the Warriors, Javale McGee is attempting to win Finals MVP and win over America’s hearts. Well, now, Kevin Love has 20 points and 10 rebounds, after a 13 point third quarter. There quarter ended 90-80, advantage Warriors. Also, KENDRICK PERKINS (who is on the Cavs, but does not play) TRIED TO FIGHT STEPH CURRY. Well, I don’t know if he ACTUALLY tried to fight him, but it looked that way. Still no Cedi, starting to lose hope.
Well the Warriors saved their usual third quarter explosion for the fourth quarter. A perfect summary of the game was Steph Curry, after really good defense by Kevin Love, with about 1.6 seconds left on the shot clock, through up a 27-foot three, and drained it. Steph ended with 33 points, 8 assists, 7 rebounds, and 9-17 from three. With the lead up to 21, CEDI IS BACK. While that means very bad things for the Cleveland Cavaliers, it means very good things for the Warriors. The Warriors had control of this one all game, but they blew the roof off in the fourth, winning 122-103.
I made the joke earlier about Java McGee winning Finals MVP, but I think that will actually be won by Steph Curry. Kevin Durant got his last year, but Steph Curry still wants the one he deserved in 2015. The Warriors are on of the greatest teams off all time, and I’m not sure they’re anywhere near that good without Steph. The Cavs, on the other hand, are an average team being carried by an-all time great. The Cavs looked drained and defeated, which goes back to last game. I think now that they can get at least one game in Cleveland, but not much more than that. I am sure, though, that the Warriors are going to win the series, and make it 3 NBA Championships in 4 years.
I am a sports nerd, who also loves movies, television, and podcasts. I apologize for the bad jokes, which there will be many of.