Basketball: Warriors ready for road test while Cavs confident in NBA Finals

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The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers duke it out in a pivotal Game 3 of the NBA Finals at the Quicken Loans Arena on Thursday night.

Said James: "I asked our coaching staff if we had a timeout (in the huddle)".

"I know, no matter who wins this series, no one wants the invite anyways".

Golden State has dominated Cleveland over the last two seasons, having gone 9-2 straight up and 7-4 against the spread.

James said people should not forget the championship season the Eagles had because of the situation with Trump. "It's way bigger than getting invited to the White House, especially with him in there".

That not only irked the smaller 6-3 Curry but, likewise, fired the fleet-footed Warrior sentinel up who responded by sinking five of his evening high nine three-pointers in the payoff fourth quarter, in the process eclipsing the previous NBA Finals record held by Ray Allen of the Boston Celtics since 2010.

After the Warriors won the 2017 NBA Finals, Trump uninvited the team after they publicly intimated that they would not visit the White House.

Curry later added, "I agree with 'Bron" and teammate Kevin Durant concurred, saying, "I'm sure whoever wins this series won't be going".

"For them not to be invited playing our attractive game of basketball. those women are unbelievable at doing it, I think it's laughable". "They're going to be a lot more excited for the moment and I think Kyle Korver's going to be able to shake loose and knock down a few threes". "Going to White House was a great honor until you showed up".

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Chances are Durant is going to be back with the Warriors next season, but Andrew Sharp has some interesting points about why he should maybe think about leaving.

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Defending champion Golden State returns to an all-too familiar NBA Finals venue on Wednesday (Jun 6) at Cleveland with hopes of putting a stranglehold on the best-of-seven championship series. "We get it at this point". "They're protesting police brutality and racial inequality".

The NBA offseason hasn't even started and, once again, it's already much more entertaining than the Finals.

Game 2 of the NBA Finals was a flawless example of that.

"The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated tomorrow", Trump said in a statement.

"The president has made it pretty clear he's going to try to divide us, all of us in this country, for political gain", Kerr said.

"The irony is that the Eagles have been nothing but fantastic citizens in their own community".

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