Warriors 110 Cavs 102 Game 3 Finals

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigVMan23 View Post
    I don't know...maybe Cleveland should go under the screens instead of switching and just make GS hit 30 3's to beat you, give nothing up on drives and at the rim. Of course GS just might make 30 of them, but they wouldn't have last night. Gotta try something different, down 3-0, what they are doing isn't working so far.
    It has become an accepted practice to not fight through screens. Almost like a handshake agreement among all teams that when a pick is coming, we all easily switch. Some of these "screens," 10% effort would get you by it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    The Warriors are an offensive juggernaut. I get it. But I also just watched Houston outplay them a bulk of the last series because they punked them. CP3 doesn't go down and it is Houston/Cleveland in the Finals. I don't see Golden State as some kind of transcendent force. They should have lost Game 1 and could of lost last night.

    Much easier said that done, I know. Cleveland ultimately doesn't have the horses.
    They donít have the horses and they donít have the system. Iím just glad that weíll hopefully see a different finals matchup next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugatti View Post
    The Warriors are an offensive juggernaut. I get it. But I also just watched Houston outplay them a bulk of the last series because they punked them. CP3 doesn't go down and it is Houston/Cleveland in the Finals. I don't see Golden State as some kind of transcendent force. They should have lost Game 1 and could of lost last night.

    Much easier said that done, I know. Cleveland ultimately doesn't have the horses.
    But when they are on their game they are a force on offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet16 View Post
    But when they are on their game they are a force on offense.
    Of course, but thus far in this series it has really only come about the last quarter and a half of Game 2. The rest of the time (and about 70% of last series) the Warriors have looked more than beatable. Much easier said that done, obviously.

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    The NBA has been as one dimensional as it has for a reason, which is Golden State. They are the best team currently and of all time.

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