Every Record LeBron James Broke In The NBA Finals

Ross Houston
June 15, 2017

The Golden State Warriors have some wheeling and dealing to do, but prized assets Kevin Durant and Steph Curry are ready to commit to the National Basketball Association champions.

"I know our front office is going to continue to try to put our ball club, put our franchise, in a position where we can compete for a championship year in and year out", James said.

"Golden state" in the fifth game of the NBA Finals beat "Cleveland" and regained its status as the strongest team in the world. But the win won't really change the minds of people who believe Durant took the easy route to a championship by joining the already-stacked Golden State Warriors.

"I'm not happy he won his first".

"It was unbelievable. The energy in this building from the time we stepped foot on the floor was on 12 out of 10. He's just been a kind person on campus", said one student.

"And that last three minutes was a blur just of pure emotion and energy".

Warriors point guard Stephen Curry said the experience of losing last year's Finals served them well this season. "This is something that we want to continue to do".

Corden joked, "I would've 100% thrown that game", to which Durant responded, "We played like we did". You learn from your disappointing times. "It's about us.' But I'm still going to be me".

In order to stay competitive and have a chance to win a championship next year, the Cavaliers will have to make some big moves.

Nike has not confirmed how long these premium cork options will be available, noting only that they're here for a limited time. "It's different just because of what happened past year". "And I did that from day one, and I just tried to stay with that".

Kevin Durant, the Warriors' key free-agent acquisition last offseason, averaged 35 points eight rebounds and five assists during the series - setting a record for the highest point total in a five-game playoff series - and claimed the Russell Award as the Finals Most Valuable Player.

"To have teammates that encourage you, that lifts you up, that's all we need in life". "And we've witnessed his greatness and how lopsided it made things". This season was the Kevin Durant season. "When he turned that corner, we became nearly unbeatable".

"It's encouraging. Quite encouraging", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said.

"He has had an awesome career, but he took it to the next level".

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