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Golden State got to the Finals winning a run and gun attack lead by their MVP in Curry, while the Cavs made it with tough defense and timely shooting after the loss of power forward Kevin Love to a dislocated shoulder. Game 1 saw Lebron James go into Jordan mode and score 44 points and almost have a triple-double but lost in overtime the Warriors as they could not close out the 4th quarter as Golden State went up in the series one game to none but the bigger headline would be the loss of star point guard Kyrie Irving to a season ending injury of a dislocated knee cap . Game two would playout the same as game 1 with Lebron carrying the team on his back and the game going to overtime but with a different outcome as the Cavs would tie the series at one game apiece with a 95-93 OT win. Game 3 would see the finals come to Cleveland for the first time in eight years which the last time the Cavs were in the NBA Finals was with a younger Lebron but were swept by the Spurs 4-0. Game 3 would come down to late game execution by the Cavs and the timely shooting of undrafted backup point guard Matthew Dellavadova who would score 20 points and play scrappy defense on the league MVP Steph Curry who did not get going offensively in the game until the 4th quarter ending the quarter by scoring 17 points and 27 points overall for the game but the Cavs would win 96-91 and take a 2-1 series advantage with game 4 in Cleveland. Game 4 would be coach Steve Kerr’s best coaching adjustment of the series as he would change the lineup and go with a small lineup starting Iguodola at center and the gamble would pay off as Golden State would destroy the Cavs 102-83 tie the series at 2-2 and Andre Iguodola would score a playoff high for him with 21points and the series has now shifted back to Oakland with the Warriors having home court advantage as the next 2 out of three games will be at Oracle arena with game 6 back at Quicken Loans arena in Cleveland. The question now becomes, can the Cavs overcome the injuries to star point guard Kyrie Irving and power forward Kevin Love to win the team and city’s first professional championship since 1964 when the Browns won or will they fail leaving the city in heartache once again. The question now becomes which team will take a 3-2 series lead and get one step closer to achieving their ultimate goal of an NBA title. The Warriors, who have not won an NBA title since 1975 or the Cavs writing the ultimate fairy tale ending with the hometown hero who jilted the team five season ago to go and win two NBA titles with the Miami Heat and decided unexpectedly to come back to Cleveland this season and has put the Cavs on his back by scoring an all-time high in point with 123 point through the first three games of the Finals and bringing home that elusive championship to his hometown Cavs? Time, tears, blood and sweat will tell after tonight’s game five. Until the July edition of Underground Vision Magazine kids, this ya man DJ Smock for Smack down sports enjoy both championship series. Peace.

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