LeBron James REVELATION: NBA analyst makes shock prediction about Cavs star

LeBron James REVELATION: NBA analyst makes shock prediction about Cavs star

LeBron James REVELATION: NBA analyst makes shock prediction about Cavs star

"You asked me this last year, what was the difference between the Warriors the previous year and this year, and what was my answer?".

"For me, tonight will be tough", James said.

"Going into this season, I don't think anybody could have guessed or predicted the ups and downs and the roller coaster we've been on", Curry said Thursday as the Warriors prepped for the possible clincher.

But James - tagged as the greatest player of his generation - let everyone knew that yes, they were similar, but not exactly the same.

"Now everyone is trying to figure that out", James said.

It could have an extra storyline behind with James entering free agency this summer.

The Warriors overcame a 13-point, first-half deficit to close in on their third National Basketball Association title in four seasons.

Durant stopped in his tracks and turned around. "It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going", he added.

Despite a tumultuous season with many player trades, the Cleveland Cavaliers advanced to the NBA Finals to go head-to-head for the fourth year in a row. If not for some mental lapses in the first three games, the Cavaliers may have had a better shot. They had numerous defensive breakdowns in the third quarter and ended up losing by eight on a night Curry shot 3-for-16, including 1-for-10 on threes, and scored just 11 points. They were both pull-up 3-pointers that served as daggers. "We have another opportunity on Friday to win on our home floor.to extend the series". "They just think that you go out, and, 'Oh, LeBron, you're bigger and faster and stronger than everybody, you should drive every single time and you should dunk every single play and you should never get exhausted, never.' Like it's a video game and you went on the options and you turned down fatigue all the way to zero and injuries all the way down to zero".

Curry emerged as an early MVP candidate after leading the Warriors in scoring in Games 1 and 2.

But a lot of the angst won't be about the Warriors, it will be about James. The room for error versus a team like this is slim to none. It's like playing San Antonio.

Late in the game, Durant called for the ball on numerous occasions, clearly looking to seal the win.

"The reality of the situation is that if they lose Friday night, and I strongly suspect they will, when he walks off the court in all likelihood for the last time, all you can do is stand up and applaud the man".

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