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>> Look who finally decided to show up. Lebron James leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory in game three of the NBA finals. Clobbering Golden State, 120 to 90 at home and reminding everyone that Stephen Curry isn't the only name in professional basketball. James had called Wednesday's game do or die for the Cavs, who stepped on the court with an zero to two deficit against Golden State in the series.
LeBron, himself, had struggled in the first two games, a sluggish start that had critics wondering why the player, called the greatest of his generation, seemed unable to shine with the title on the line but that was before game three. The Cavs opened up a 20 point lead early in the game.
Lebron notched 13 third quarter points delighting the sold out crowd at Quicken's Loans Arena. The victory breathing life back into Cleveland and its fans who will get another chance to watch Lebron at home in game four Friday night.