And because of these things, the Cavs endured their 4th consecutive loss
22% Shooting from Deep
- Kevin Love: 2 of 6
- LeBron James: 1 of 5
- JR Smith: 2 of 6
- Jae Crowder: 0 of 5
- Kyle Korver: 1 of 5
8 Turnovers for The King
Lack of Intensity from the Starters
Kevin Durant finally won his first championship after a decade in NBA. He finished the game with 39 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists and he took home the Finals MVP Award. While his buddy, Stephen Curry managed to collect 34 points, 6 rebounds and 10 assists.
But it was Andre Iguodala who sparked the Warriors of the bench as he finished the game with 20 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. It was a big help for them as Klay Thompson was struggling in the game and finished with 11 points only.
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Justin Brown, a 19-year old and hails from Harlem, was with pals who chided Cleveland Cavaliers guard JR Smith for ignoring their fan request for a photo. Smith is seen on a cell phone video walking away from the group, sources said.
“That’s why New York kicked you out, yo!” Brown remarked.
Brown told cops that after the verbal brush, Smith, who is 6-foot-6 and 225 pounds, checked him against the exterior of the building and put his hands around Brown’s neck, police sources said. Smith’s lawyer, in talking to the Daily News, called the allegations “completely false.”
J.R. Smith announced Thursday via his Instagram account that he is returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Reports said it’s a two-year deal with $5 million being earned next season with a player option on the second year. The deal also included a no-trade clause.
While he struggled early on in the NBA Finals and shot just 31.2 percent from the field in the series, he became a crucial offensive producer in the postseason in general, especially when Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving went down to injuries.
Smith had previously opted out of a $6.4 million contract for next season and became an unrestricted free agent on July 1.
LeBron James took to Twitter to welcome Smith back to Cleveland:
“Welcome back brother @TheRealJRSmith! happy you’re sticking around. #TheLand #StriveForGreatness” – Lebron James (@KingJames)
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