After a couple of lackluster performances in the first two games of the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers came out firing on all cylinders in Game 3 and gave the Golden State Warriors a good ol fashion beat down. The play of the game (there were several) was an alley oop from Tristan Thompson to LeBron James that he hammered home from WAY above the rim. It was a spectacle to see.
Here it is from the reverse angle:
And one more with a cool shadow:
The series continues on Friday at 9:00 PM when the Cavs host the Warriors once again. Let’s go Cavs!!!!
The Cavs are back home in the NBA Finals (albeit down 0-2) to Golden State. Tonight they look to get back into the series with a victory on their home court. This photo was posted last year on Instagram by officialclevelandsports when they said, “The calm before the storm! Let’s be loud and proud tonight! Let’s show the world what Cleveland is really about #IBelieve #ClevelandAgainstTheWorld”
Let’s make the Q loud tonight Cleveland. The Cavs are home and ready to go on a run!
Led by Kevin Love (27 points and 13 rebounds) the Cavs completed the four game sweep of the Atlanta Hawks and will move on to the Eastern Conference Finals where they’ll meet the winner of the Raptors and the Heat.
The Cavaliers are the only remaining unbeaten team in the playoffs.
It’s almost time for the NBA Playoffs once again and the Cavs have secured the #1 spot in the East. Last year, Instagram user jennifersteer had this to say when she snapped this shot: “A sea of wine. #AllinCLE #NBAFinals #Cleveland”
How do you think the Cavaliers will do in this year’s post season? Do they have what it takes to bring a title to C-town?
Figured this would be a good one for Throwback Thursday. Remember a couple of weeks ago when Cleveland was ALL IN for the Cavs? There’s been quite a bit of free agent news since then and things are looking good for the Cavaliers next year.
What do you think… do the Cavs have what it takes to get it done next season?
The Cavs made an incredible run to the NBA Finals this past year. They posted this image to their Facebook page the night of the last game of the finals with a simple note: “Keep the faith, Cleveland.”
We absolutely will. Thanks for the amazing ride Cavs. We can’t wait for next season!