The Golden State Warriors drew first blood, winning the first game of the 2016 NBA Finals. Will the Cleveland Cavaliers strike back in Game 2 on June 5? HollywoodLife.com wants you to see this game so click to watch!
LeBron James, 31, and the Cleveland Cavaliers are hurting after the spanking they took from the Golden State Warriors in the first game of the 2016 NBA Finals. The Cavs may be down, but they’re not out, and they’re now looking to even the score!
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The Warriors will try to go 2-0 when they host the Cavaliers for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on June 5. The action might just blow the roof off the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California. So after getting an eyeful of some of the hottest hunks in the NBA, get ready to watch these champions of the court clash again. The game kicks off at 8:00 P.M. EST so be sure you see every thrilling second.
The Cavs better hope for a better performance this time around. They got walloped in Game 1, losing by almost 20 points with a score of 104-89. The Cavs didn’t keep up with the Dubs defense, according to SB Nation, and when the communication broke down, they were completely finished. If you’re cheering for the Cavs to clobber their competition, get your official Cleveland merchandise here.
The problem is that, despite Steph Curry’s, 28, impressive performance throughout the playoffs, he’s not the only star player on the team. “You don’t win championships without the entire squad coming in and making an impact on games,“ Steph said, according to ESPN. If you think Golden State is going all the way, get your official Warriors gear here.
He’s right. While LeBron and Kyrie Irving, 24, each scored more than 20 points in game 1, the Cavs only had four players score more than 10 points in Game 1. Meanwhile, the Dubs had four players each recording doubles, per ESPN, including Andrew Bogut, 31, Shaun Livingston, 30, and Leandro Barbosa, 33. Steph, Draymond Green, 26, and Klay Thompson, 26, can take the night off and the Warriors still can win. This means trouble for the Cavs.
The last thing LeBron wants is to be humiliated by Steph again. After he shut down his biggest troll, Drake, 29, by defeating his Toronto Raptors in the Eastern Conference Finals, the King of Cleveland wants to avenge his team’s loss in the 2015 NBA Finals. Games 3 and 4 will take place in Cleveland and LeBron would love to head back home with the momentum after scoring a major win.
Who do you think is going to win this game, HollywoodLifers?