Basketball On The Internet.

CLB 3x3 League

 

Sponsored by:

AllStar Photos

Official Photographer for the Adelaide 36ers. Specialising in Action, Team and Portrait Photography.

Website
Twitter
Facebook
Instagram



 


---
Advertising opportunities available.
Please contact me.
---

Cavs chasing history now


LeBRON James and his Cavaliers are now just one win from bringing the NBA Championship to Cleveland for that city’s first national title since its Browns wore the 1964 NFL crown.

After comfortably wrapping up Game 6 115-101 today in Ohio, the Cavs head back to Oakland for Monday’s deciding seventh game and the defending champion Golden State Warriors needing to pull their act back together.

James was a tour de force with 41 points at 59 per cent, 11 assists, eight rebounds, four steals, three blocks, including 18 straight points during one second-half stretch which had the crowd chanting “MVP”.

The 2015-16 season’s actual MVP, Steph Curry, again showed comparisons with the “greats” such as MJ, Kareem, Larry, Magic, Wilt, Bill, Kobe and LeBron are very much premature.

For the third time in the six games of these Finals, he had three fouls in the first half. He had a silly fourth at 10:35 of the third period, ultimately fouling out and being ejected after tossing his mouth guard in a show of unbecoming and childish petulance.

Curry still led Golden State with 30 points, fellow Splash Brother, Klay Thompson, with 25.

James and Kyrie Irving (23 points) scored or assisted on 27 of the Cavaliers' 31 first-quarter points as they raced to a 31-11 lead, tying for the second-largest lead after an opening period in NBA Finals history.

It was going to be academic from there, although GSW made its runs.

Thompson went off for 15 of his points in the third quarter, trimming Cleveland’s lead to nine and the Warriors even closed to seven during the last.

Tristan Thompson delivered 15 points on a perfect 6-of-6 shooting, plus 16 rebounds, Warriors’ power forward Draymond Green playing as though he had a two-match suspension.

King James was a monster with his second consecutive 41-point haul while some were wondering aloud whether Curry would be suspended for Game 7.

Not. A. Chance.

The NBA may have wanted it to go the distance and at 3-3, has its wish.

It may – just may – let the series be decided on merit.

NBA FINAL
G1: Golden State 104, Cleveland 89
G2: Golden State 110, Cleveland 77

G3: Golden State 90, Cleveland 120
G4: Golden State 108, Cleveland 97
G5: Golden State 97, Cleveland 112
G6: Golden State 101, Cleveland 115

Series tied 3-3, Game 7 in Oakland on Monday


WESTERN CONFERENCE
FINAL:

G1: Golden State 102, Oklahoma 108
G2: Golden State 118, Oklahoma 91
G3: Golden State 105, Oklahoma 133
G4: Golden State 94, Oklahoma 118
G5: Golden State 120, Oklahoma 111
G6: Golden State 108, Oklahoma 101
G7: Golden State 96, Oklahoma 88
Golden State wins 4-3

SEMI FINALS:
G1: San Antonio 124, Oklahoma 92
G2: San Antonio 97, Oklahoma 98
G3: San Antonio 100, Oklahoma 96
G4: San Antonio 97, Oklahoma 111
G5: San Antonio 91, Oklahoma 95
G6: San Antonio 99, Oklahoma 113
Oklahoma advances 4-2

G1: Golden State 118, Portland 106
G2: Golden State 110, Portland 99
G3: Golden State 108, Portland 120
G4: Golden State 132, Portland 125 in o/t
G5: Golden State 125, Portland 121
Golden State advances 4-1

FIRST ROUND:
G1: Golden State 104, Houston 78
G2: Golden State 115, Houston 106
G3: Golden State 96, Houston 97
G4: Golden State 121, Houston 94
G5: Golden State 114, Houston 81
Golden State advances 4-1

G1: Oklahoma 108, Dallas 70
G2: Oklahoma 84, Dallas 85
G3: Oklahoma 131, Dallas 102
G4: Oklahoma 119, Dallas 108
G5: Oklahoma 118, Dallas 104
Oklahoma advances 4-1

G1: San Antonio 106, Memphis 74
G2: San Antonio 94, Memphis 68
G3: San Antonio 96, Memphis 87
G4: San Antonio 116, Memphis 95
San Antonio advances 4-0

G1: Los Angeles 115, Portland 95
G2: Los Angeles 102, Portland 81
G3: Los Angeles 88, Portland 96
G4: Los Angeles 84, Portland 98
G5: Los Angeles 98, Portland 108
G6: Los Angeles 103, Portland 106
Portland advances 4-2

EASTERN CONFERENCE
FINAL:

G1: Cleveland 115, Toronto 84
G2: Cleveland 108, Toronto 89
G3: Cleveland 84, Toronto 99
G4: Cleveland 99, Toronto 105
G5: Cleveland 116, Toronto 78
G6: Cleveland 113, Toronto 87
Cleveland wins 4-2

SEMI FINAL:
G1: Cleveland 104, Atlanta 93
G2: Cleveland 123, Atlanta 98
G3: Cleveland 121, Atlanta 108
G4: Cleveland 100, Atlanta 99
Cleveland advances 4-0

G1: Miami 102, Toronto 96 in o/t
G2: Miami 92, Toronto 96 in o/t
G3: Miami 91, Toronto 95
G4: Miami 94, Toronto 87 in o/t
G5: Miami 91, Toronto 99
G6: Miami 103, Toronto 91
G7: Miami 89, Toronto 116
Toronto advances 4-3

FIRST ROUND:
G1: Indiana 100, Toronto 90
G2: Indiana 87, Toronto 98
G3: Indiana 85, Toronto 101
G4: Indiana 100, Toronto 83
G5: Indiana 99, Toronto 102
G6: Indiana 101, Toronto 83
G7: Indiana 84, Toronto 89
Toronto advances 4-3

G1: Atlanta 102, Boston 101
G2: Atlanta 89, Boston 72
G3: Atlanta 103, Boston 111
G4: Atlanta 95, Boston 104
G5: Atlanta 110, Boston 84
G6: Atlanta 104, Boston 92
Atlanta advances 4-2

G1: Cleveland 106, Detroit 101
G2: Cleveland 107, Detroit 90
G3: Cleveland 101, Detroit 91
G4: Cleveland 100, Detroit 98
Cleveland advances, 4-0

G1: Miami 123, Charlotte 91
G2: Miami 115, Charlotte 103
G3: Miami 80, Charlotte 96
G4: Miami 85, Charlotte 89
G5: Miami 88, Charlotte 90
G6: Miami 97, Charlotte 90
G7: Miami 106, Charlotte 73
Miami advances 4-3

 

Jun 17

Content, unless otherwise indicated, is © copyright Boti Nagy.