LeBron James solidified his status as one of the best players in the world with his Game 2 performance against the Warriors in the 2015 NBA Finals. Not only cheap replica jerseys
did LeBron achieve other worldly stats in the game,but he did so without Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving, who suffered from injuries that kept them out of the Finals (although Irving did play Game 1). LeBron posted 39 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists to single handedly lead the Cavs to a OT win over the Warriors at the Oracle Arena and tie the series at 1 1.
Game 5 of the 2015 NBA Finals was important because Steph Curry had his first all round game of the series. He dropped seven three pointers on the Cavaliers on the way to his monster 37 point performance. He added 7 rebounds and 4assists and was instrumental in negating another huge LeBron triple double (40 points, 14 rebounds, 11 assists). In the end, Curry helped the Warriors take Game 5 and gain a 3 2 lead in the Finals.
The Warriors player found his rhythm offensively in Game 6 of the Finals to drop 25 points on the Cavs and lead his team to their first title in 40 years. Iguodala played a big factor in the series outcome,considering he playedthe first three games of the 2015 Finals as a reserve,but was named as a starterfrom Game 4 onwards. His presence helped limiting James productivity, which led to Iguodala beingnamed the 2015 NBA Finals MVP, an unexpected development, considering he had 125 1 odds of being awarded the distinction.
Steph Curry 4, 2016
WATCH: 2016 NBA Finals Game 4 Mini Movie
With the Warriors leading the series 2 1 and Game 4 taking place in Cleveland, Steph Curry, who had averaged just 16 points in the first three games, erupted to take Game 4 by the collar with a 38 point display. Curry made 7 of his 13 three point attempts and was instrumental in helping the Warriors move closer towards the hope of a back to back title run. No team had ever overcome a 1 3 deficit in the history of the NBA Finals. It looked like the 2016 NBA title had the Warriors name on it. But then
Kyrie Irving/LeBron James Game 5, 2016
WATCH:Kyrie Irving 41 Point Game 5 NBA Finals highlights
Despite the Splash Brothers combining for 62 points on the night, it was Kyrie Irving and LeBron James who were the heroes of the game. Both dropped 41 points on the Warriors as the Cavs took Game 5 and made the series 2 3. While James shot 16 of 30 from the field (53.3%) and 4 of 8 from three point range, Kyrie made 17 of his 24 field goal attempts (70.8%) while knocking down 5 of his 7 three pointers. Kyrie and LeBron’s 41 point efforts was a first in the NBA as they became the first teammates to score 40+points in Finals history. The comeback of all ages was well and truly underway!
LeBron James Game 6, 2016
WATCH:LeBron James drops 41 to lead Cavaliers to Game 6 victory
Back to back 41 point displays by the King as LeBron went berserk on the Warriors to complete one of the best NBA Finals performances of all time. With doubts that the Cavs had wonGame 5 on the back of Draymond Green’s suspension, it was now down to the King to prove the doubters wrong. And LeBron wreaked havoc with 41 points, 8 rebounds and 11 assists for a near TD. But the best moment of the game would be his historic block on Steph Curry and the 18 straight points that he dumped on the Warriors from late in the third quarter till the middle of the fourth. The series was tied 3 3 and the Cavs would go on to do what no team had done, being 1 3 down in the Finals to win the NBA Championship.