I'm not done yet! - Durant display not his 'defining moment'

LeBron James: Winner of NBA finals won’t be going to the White House

Regardless of Who Wins, LeBron James Declares Cavs and Warriors Won't Visit the White House

The Warriors star blew the Cleveland Cavaliers away in OH, scoring 43 points and recording 13 rebounds to secure a 110-102 victory and a 3-0 lead in the NBA Finals.

"We're going to keep fighting", Tristan Thompson said.

Cleveland held an early 10-point lead in Game 3, partly thanks to LeBron James' thunderous alley-oop to himself.

And when James did get his first bucket. "We were ultra-aggressive in that first half, myself included". KD should now just go back to his "Slim Reaper" nickname, as he is just killing the hopes and dreams of anyone thinking they can beat the Warriors...

The Heat haven't been in the NBA Finals since 2014, but that doesn't mean South Florida has stopped watching the championship series.

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With their 3-0 series lead, the Warriors are one win away from securing their second National Basketball Association title in as many years since adding Durant in free agency in the summer of 2016.

And Durant happened all night. Then you add on a Finals MVP coming off the bench, a number one pick in Livingston and an All-Star in David West and whatever the case may be.

He also did it on defense.

The Cavaliers, sparked by reserve Rodney Hood, closed to 83-81 entering the fourth quarter and battled the Warriors into the final seconds.

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have played about as well as they can in this year's NBA Finals. To be up six at the half after being up 13. they're going to make runs.

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James did yeoman's work. "I definitely think about that from time to time". No other player in Finals history has even done that in two consecutive games.

So how were the Warriors able to keep it close? That Warriors' 122-103 victory at home hit 18.5 million viewers on ABC in primetime, with a peak of 22.5 million near the end in the 10:15 - 10:30 PM ET slot. Curry finally found his stroke from distance, hitting his only 3-pointer of the game to extend Golden State's lead to 101-97 with just under three minutes remaining.

With the Warriors "Splash Brothers" backcourt in major struggle mode, Durant put up one of the best postseason performances of his career - and in recent NBA Finals.

All five Warriors starters scored in double digits, but aside from Durant, none surpassed 11 points. Curry was 3-for-16 and Thompson was 4-for-11, but Durant was so good it didn't matter. He scored 51 points, his career playoff high, while shooting almost 60 percent to go with eight rebounds and eight assists in Game 1.

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