Well, the Cleveland Cavaliers have failed to take a note out of their own history.
"It sucks to lose", a grim-faced James said.
He also suggests there is fears over all the options he has.
Smith said he "might have" told LeBron James that he thought the Cavaliers were winning when he made the costly mistake.
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Fast forward two years later and the Cavs are still following the same formula in defending Curry.
Former Celtics star Ray Allen set the previous record when he made eight 3-pointers against the Lakers in Game 2 of the 2010 Finals between Boston and Los Angeles. In it, Durant says he appreciated Brady's presence, but ultimately decided it didn't make a lot of sense to base his basketball future around a football player. Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue said he and his assistants have been in constant huddle to find "adjustments of what's hurting" the Cavs. After his virtuosic 51-8-8 performance in Game 1, LeBron looked more human in Game 2, creating for his teammates with a game-high 13 assists while picking his spots more tentatively on offence.
"Just to get more scoring at that position", Kerr said of why McGee started Game 2.
Playing for MI against North Carolina in the 1993 championship game, Webber called a timeout when the Wolverines didn't have one, drawing a technical foul. Cleveland rallied from deficits of 2-0 and 3-1 in 2016 to claim the first title for a major professional sports franchise in Cleveland since the 1964 Browns.
"Those moments when you can come down and answer and keep the momentum on our side, it's big", Curry said. "I mean, we're in the NBA Finals". "You know, it's my job to make sure that we're as focused, laser focused as possible, do my job, and continue to instill confidence into my teammates until the last horn sounds". Let's discuss whether or not Cleveland can battle back as we take a quick glance at what the oddsmakers are dealing. The Cavs came up short in their first home game of last year's Finals, blowing a four-point lead in the final 90 seconds at Quicken Loans Arena.
Meanwhile, the Cleveland Cavaliers needed to hit the ground running after their demoralizing Game 1 loss but that just didn't happen. So if he's not getting shots, it's tough on him because he's not going to beat too many people off the dribble. They shot just 9 for 27 from long range and are at 35 percent for the series, a number that will need to improve if Cleveland wants to reverse the tide of the finals.