The Cleveland Cavs scored a victory last night in Game three of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors.
Playing on their home court, Cleveland native LeBron James referred to Wednesday’s game as a “must-win” and “do-or-die” chance to prove themselves.
With a final score of 120-90, James can out with 32 of those points, with 1 rebounds and six assists.
After the game, he had this to say about the teamwork on the court:
“At the end of the day, no matter if you lose by 30 or 1, it’s just one win. And you have to be able to have a short mind but also learn from the mistakes that you made the previous game and just try to better yourself in the following game. And that’s what we’re able to do.”
Super duo Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson only scored a combined 29 points in contact to James’ points.
With Game 4 being on Friday, many wonder if the Cav’s will be “All-In” and take home another win.