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Cavaliers Force Game 7, Another Win For Ohio

First medical marijuana passes, now the Cavs make history.

by Michael Geslani

Just a week after Ohio legalized medical marijunana, there's now another victory for the Buck Eye state!

LeBron James forced game 7 Thursday night by posting 41 points, 11 assists, eight rebounds, four steals and three blocks to cap an amazing night.

Back to back championships are hard to obtain, and LeBron James is making sure that the Golden State Warriors don’t achieve that. Now the Cleveland Cavaliers will be heading to the Golden State this Sunday in what should be one of the biggest and best games of the year.

 

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The Cavaliers held the game's lead for the most part with Kyrie Irving adding 23 points, four rebounds and three assists. "I give a lot of credit to my teammates and my coaching staff to put me in position to be successful," James said. "I mean, without the ball moving, without the screens being set, without the coaching staff putting out the game plans for us offensively then, what I've been able to do, it doesn't happen. So those guys definitely get the credit."

After going 3-1 in NBA Finals the Warriors are now looking vulnerable after going 73-9 in what many say is the best season ever for an NBA team. Still Stephen Curry, the Warriors star point guard, showed up and had 30 points shooting 6-13 from the 3-point line but fouled out in the fourth quarter complaining at referees before he was ejected shortly after.

"It's not explainable. Inexcusable," Warriors guard Klay Thompson said. "I loved our fight though throughout the rest of the game. Made it a game there for a minute. But once again, they won the game in the first quarter. Come Sunday, we've got to blitz them. We can't be on our heels and them be the aggressor. We've got so many good players on this team that if they're trying to take out me, Steph, or whoever, someone's going to step up."

This Sunday’s matchup should be fire for sure and will determine if the Warriors will go back to back in championships or if LeBron James will get his first in Cleveland, and after the way James has been playing it might be time that he brings one back home.


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Michael Geslani is a Silicon Valley based writer who graduated from San Jose State University. You can follow him on IG @careerhigh.



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