A great game from LeBron James is no longer enough for Cavaliers

A great game from LeBron James is no longer enough for Cavaliers

A great game from LeBron James is no longer enough for Cavaliers

They have not changed their minds this year.

Klay Thompson added 20 points playing on a tender left leg to put the defending champions two wins from a repeat title they have talked about since the season started in mid-October.

Game 2 of the NBA Finals did not offer has many obvious breakdowns as the first game.

"It's typical of him", James said of Trump's situation with the Eagles.

At a news conference on Tuesday, James told reporters, "I know no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyway".

According to oddsshark, the Rockets are the +150 favorites, with the 76ers (+300), Cavaliers (+350), Lakers (+400), Golden State Warriors (+1600), Los Angeles Clippers (+1800) and Miami Heat (+2500) listed as the next likeliest candidates. He had just two points in the first half of Game 3 and was 0-for-5 on three-point attempts when the Warriors went to the locker room at half-time trailing 58-52.

He scored 51 points in Game 1 against the Golden State Warriors and has almost averaged a triple double.

Iguodala, the 2015 finals MVP, scored eight points and made one steal in 22 minutes, but his impact went beyond those numbers.

"You just couldn't - you could never relax".

The Eagles no-go might signal an end to what has been a decades-old tradition, Warriors forward Draymond Green said.

There has been clear tension between many star athletes and the current administration throughout the Trump presidency. "I remember I was sitting in the third quarter and start of the fourth where I couldn't hear anybody on our side of the ball talking". If it's trending on social media you'll find it here!

Smith also mentioned the Warriors as an option, so if you're looking to get a big payout, perhaps that makes the most sense. They did so many things well on Wednesday. "Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up".

Hockey's Pittsburgh Penguins and baseball's Houston Astros have accepted invitations to the White House for the traditional meeting with the President in recent months, as have several college teams. "A very tough challenge going against these guys, going against this team". The Warriors went the other way and missed, and James took over.

"I'm pretty sure the way we handled things previous year, (we will) kinda stay consistent with that", Curry said when asked whether or not the Warriors would attend the White House.

"That's pretty much who I've been my whole life", said Smith, who bonded with a therapy dog earlier this season during a rough stretch.

"What else do you expect Trump to do?" They come off a pick-and-roll and he just stopped behind and pulled four or five feet behind the 3-point line. So if you want to look to someone who has had the odds stacked against them, look to Baker Mayfield.

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