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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

First Time, Same Fashion

06/10/2015 08:32 AM

Game 2 is now in the books, and for the first time in franchise history, the Cleveland Cavaliers have defeated the Golden State Warrior to earn their first ever victory in an NBA championship game. 

Now what?

So the home court shifts to the Rock and Roll city, with a bit of momentum at hand after a Matthew Dellavedova's free throws giving them a win.

Everyone would have thought LeBron's dagger sealed the Warriors' fate, don't you?

Well, every Cavaliers' fan could only wish, until a rally by GSW sent them to another extra session, thanks to a timely shots by the likes of Stephen Curry.

And come the third contest, perhaps as long as Andrew Bogut stays at the floor, the Cavs will have to find their way for more shots.

But this is where the Cavs should play despite their stars' absences either. Yeah, right. They got LeBron, but others have to step up when Kyrie, Andy and Love weren't around. I'm talking about teamwork. And that solidifes his triple-double game right there.

Are we seeing the same fate for Cleveland next game? Or will Golden State do their magic of Game 1? (or even Game 2, to be frank.)

But again, I know for a fact on an athletes and coaches' mind-point, you never want to send a game into overtime, do you? How about raring from a fast start and sustain the margin all the way?

Author: slickmaster | ©2015 september twenty-eight productions

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