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>> LeBron James did it again and then some. Drilling 41 points to power the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 112-97 win over the Golden State Warriors. The Cavs saving their season and climbing within 3-2 in the NBA finals. But it wasn't just King James' court. Kyrie Irving matching him with 41 points of his own.
The two becoming the first teammates to score more than 40 points in an NBA Finals game. A wild sharpshooting first half left the game tied at 61 at halftime. But the Warriors were ultimately hurt by the suspension of Draymond Green. Forced to sit out due to a scuffle with James during their last matchup, and a surprisingly quiet night from MVP Stephen Curry with 25 points.
The Cavs look to tie the series in Thursday's pivotal game 6 and go on to become the first team to win a championship after falling behind 3 to 1.