Will the Cleveland Cavaliers survive? They face off against the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on June 16. This game is going to be epic and HollywoodLife.com wants you see it! Click here to watch.
The Rock and Roll Capital of the World may be the site for one of the biggest comebacks in NBA history, as the Cleveland Cavaliers look to survive another meeting with the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. Yet, if Kyrie Irving, 24, LeBron James, 31, and the Cavs can’t secure the victory, the Dubs will win the championship!
How humiliating would it be for the Cavs to lose the NBA Championship on their home turf? The last time the Warriors played in C-Town, they won the game, 108-97. Will history repeat – in more ways than one – on June 16, with the Warriors winning not just Game 6 but also the NBA Championship? Or will Cleveland force a Game 7? The game kicks off at 9:00 P.M. EST on ABC, live from the Q Arena in Cleveland, so be sure you’re get ready to watch every heart-pounding second!
Draymond Green, 26, will return to the Warriors line-up after serving a one-game suspension for punching LeBron in the crotch. Draymond has a history of low blows – remember how he kicked Oklahoma City Thunder’s Steven Adams, 22, in the groin? Yikes. That’s almost as shocking as how Roni Rose, 27, the Warriors superfan that caused that Stephen Curry, 28, flirting scandal, got a better seat than Stephen’s wife, Ayesha Curry, 27. Will Roni be there in Cleveland for Game 6?
Had he played in Game 5, Draymond thinks his squad would be just like Drake, 29 – taunting LeBron while celebrating their “back to back” NBA Championships, according to ESPN. However, he’s not worried. “I [have] move on from the suspension,” he told reporters after the Cavs won Game 5, 112-97. We got an opportunity…to win a championship on someone else’s floor two years in a row.”
That won’t happen if the Game 5 version of LeBron James shows up for this match. King James scored 41 points, grabbed 16 rebounds and had 7 assists, per The New York Times. He and Kyrie, who also had 41 points, obliterated the Warriors. If these two superstars pull off another 1-2 punch, then this series will have to finish up with Game 7 in Oakland.
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers?