James and Irving, like the Cavs era
The NBA night was marked by new exploits of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving. The first, the author of 37 points, helped the Lakers to a 25-point comeback against Portland. The latter, for his part, scored 38 points (including 12 in the final quarter) as Brooklyn rallied from a 13-point deficit with 7 minutes left to beat Golden State.
LeBron James and Kyrie Irving love the good old days. The two former teammates in Cleveland, who won the title elsewhere in 2016 at Golden State’s expense, and the Warriors lead 3-1 after the first four games of this Finals, each with a blowout Sunday night. Two days after a scare against Memphis, the Lakers came back even stronger on Sunday in Portland, beating the Blazers (121-112) after trailing by 25 points at halftime (71-46). The Californians led an uprising in the second half of the LA franchise, which was hit hard by Dennis Schroder (24 points, 8 assists, 6 rebounds) in the first attempt of two men, or rather three men. But Thomas Bryant (31 points, 14 rebounds) and James, who is still the author of the festival for the “King” with 37 points, 11 rebounds and 4 assists, was voted the best player of the season in 2016 this year for the Cavs. it ended in apotheosis for Cleveland.
Irving takes down the Warriors
Irving scored the crowning basket in Game 7 and became a hero. Seven years later, “Uncle Drew” still inflicted a lot of damage on the Warriors on Sunday, winning 120-116 on the wire at the Chase Center. Despite the many failures of the “Splash Brothers” – Curry, the author of 24 points, returned only 7 of 16 shots, and Klay Thompson, 10 points, missed all three-pointers: 0 of 7 points – San Francisco players However, they took the lead. 13 points with just 7 minutes left in the game. The Nets’ star point guard then pulled out all the stops. Irving, who had 38 points (12 of 22 shooting) and 7 rebounds and 9 assists in the game, scored 12 points in the final quarter. (to finish 34-26, 27-10) to give his team a chance to turn things around in what seemed like a very tenuous situation. His final assist of the game, 27 seconds after the buzzer, allowed Royce O’Neal to put the Warriors away for good, just like Irving did in 2016.
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