For the first time since 2007 – when LeBron James was just 22 years old – the Cleveland Cavaliers are back in the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers beat the Hawks, 118-88, in Cleveland on Tuesday to complete a four-game sweep of the East’s top seed. 522 more words
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Admit it, you all want the Houston Rockets to just die in the fiery blaze of the apocalypse. It’s something people say out loud so often, the statement has lost its shock value. 800 more words
Games 3, 4 and 6 of the NBA Finals will be held in Cleveland.
The Cavs will either be playing the Golden State Warriors or the Houston Rockets. 79 more words
The Houston Rockets responded with their backs against the wall, stopping themselves from getting swept, winning 128-115 in Game 4. They got hot early, going up as much as 25 points on Golden State, but as we know, no lead his safe when going up against the Warriors. 743 more words
Cavaliers sweep Atlanta Hawks
Winning 118-88 led the Cavaliers into a series-clinching victory over the Atlanta Hawks in game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals. James had 23 points, nine rebounds and seven assists, and for the four-game series, he averaged 30.1 points, 11 rebounds and 9.3 assists. 340 more words
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are going to the NBA Finals.
So in the closing minutes, James tried to dap up his head coach, except David Blatt missed it and went in the opposite direction. 15 more words