The showdown will take place at the Oracle Arena in Oakland California, home to the Golden State Warriors. Leading the series 3-1, the Warriors have the chance to close out Lebron James and the Cavs for the 2nd time in 3 years. At their last meeting the Warriors suffered their first lost of the playoffs, largely due to lockdown defense on all-star Stephan Curry, finishing with 14 points and shooting 0-5 in the first quarter. Warriors head coach did not seem overly concerned commenting in post game press coverage that,
“Obviously it wasn’t his night. Started slow, we had some turnovers early, couple careless ones. He just didn’t get it going. It was just one of those nights.”
The Cavaliers are facing the largest comeback in finals history, needing to win 3 straight games to take him the title. There is no doubt Clevelands dynamic duo of James and Kyrie Irving have the talent to make it a reality.
— Legion Hoops (@LegionHoops) June 11, 2017