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>> LeBron James scored 39 points, 11 rebounds, and 9 assists. And yet, it wasn't enough. A stunning late game surge by the Golden State Warriors leading to a 118, 113 victory over the Cavaliers in game three of the NBA Finals. The Warriors now just one game away from winning the championship and becoming the first team in NBA history to go 16 and 0 in the post season.
The game had been a dazzling offensive display, the two teams going toe to to for most of the night. Golden State's late game pyrotechnics igniting when Kevin Durant sank a go ahead three pointer over Lebron's head with 45 seconds to go, leading to 11 unanswered points by the Warriors.
Steph Curry with 26 total was only the team's third highest scorer. The crowd at Cleveland's Quicken Loans arena shocked to see its Cavaliers whose game three heroics last season helped catapult Cleveland to a championship over Golden State, suddenly, now sink into an 0-3 deficit against the Warriors in this year's Finals.
Something from which no team has come back. The warriors now hope to make a little history with the game for winning Cleveland Friday night.