"It sucks to lose, that's for sure, but it definitely won't stop me from preparing to be better", James said.
'I always believe the role players play much better at home than they do on the road, ' James told reporters in Cleveland on Tuesday. Lost in the Smith debacle and Curry's shooting is the fact that Cleveland actually won half of the eight regulation quarters that have been played so far in Golden State's arena.
Cleveland: Cleveland star LeBron James said Tuesday the NBA Finals victor will not be visiting US President Donald Trump in the White House no matter whether his Cavaliers or the Golden State Warriors win the crown.
After burying a 3-pointer on the left wing in the final minute of Game 3 here last year to give Golden State a 3-0 lead, Durant stepped into almost the exact same spot and made another 3 to do it again this year.
On Saturday, Iguodala went through a full personal workout and sprinted for the first time since suffering a bone bruise in his left knee in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, sources said. "So just being locked in on the defensive side of the ball from the jump ball, it will pay dividends for us going into Cleveland".
Curry has record night as Warriors down Cavaliers in Game 3
With some of those buckets coming in garbage time, Curry appeared to have found a little extra fuel for the fourth quarter. His most memorable 3-pointer came midway through the fourth quarter with the Warriors holding on to an 11-point lead.
"So it will be nice when we can just get back to normal in three years".
The Warriors outscored the Cavaliers 28-22 in the third period in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals, preserving a tune for the defending champs, who are +136 in the third quarter this playoffs, outscoring their rivals by an average of 7.6 points per third quarter. "So there were a lot of things playing through my head".
"He's doing better", Kerr said. "I'm not surprised. It's typical of him".
The Minnesota Lynx were not invited to the White House after their WNBA championship.
"We've got to come out with a sense of urgency to start", Warriors forward Kevin Durant said. I don't feel good how I feel right now, not how I feel about the rest of the series. On Thursday, the Warriors' overtime victory gave us one relatable moment that will be remembered long after the score settled.
Curry got into foul trouble early which prevented him from carrying over the rhythm he had in Game 2. "But, for the most part, throughout 48 minutes, you just can't have a bunch of those, especially not against this team".