In 2010 when LeBron James decided to take his talents to South Beach and hook up with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to form what was termed as the “Big Three”, little did he know it would have repercussions 6+ years down the road after Kevin Durant joined the Golden State Warriors Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson to form the Big Four and thus sealing his own fate in this years finals.
After the devastating loss on Wednesday night LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers showed what they were made of with an heroic effort and completely dominating Golden State in game three 137-116 to force a game five. Can the Cav’s come back from a 3-1 deficit yet again?
With the Cleveland Cavaliers down 2-0 against Golden State yet again in the NBA Finals and the Warriors looking unbeatable again (Sound Familiar), it reminds My Sports Mind of LONG ago, well this time last season to be exact when Cleveland was in the same situation, down two games to zip having also been dominated in both of the first two games. The Warriors have defeated Cleveland by an average of 20.5 ppg over the first two games in this year’s finals compared to 24 ppg after the first two in 2016’s finals.