Durant’s 4th Quarter Ice Daggers Seal A Game 3 Win For Golden State

    The sweeping sounds of brooms only get louder, as the Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 110 to 102 in a series- defining Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals. 

    Golden States Kevin Durant led all players in points with 43 and was clearly the best player on the floor. 

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    Kevin Durant was just RUUUUUUDE with this! https://t.co/UtPx49BEgl

    A valiant effort from LeBron James combined with average play from a subpar Cleveland Cavaliers bench, had the defending NBA champs against the ropes, as they were leading going into the second. But in the end, it made no difference in the outcome of the game, due to not only Klay Thompsonheating up, but Stephen Curry turning into Chef Curry in the 3rd and 4th quarter. 

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    THE CAVS HAVE THE LEAD!” *2 minutes later*

    Historically, the Cleveland Cavaliers’ chances for NBA Finals survival are ho-hum, but we’ve seen what happens when LeBron James’ back is against the wall. But even by his standards, this task is could be only be described as Herculean. 

    Game 4 of the 2018 NBA Finals begins Friday, June 6th at 9 pm ET. 

    Kyle Harvey is a writer, producer and the current managing editor of The Shadow League. Host of the Points On The Board podcast, and a proudly washed college athlete, Harvey had previous stints at Slant News, The Bleacher Report, NBC News, and theGrio. Originally from Wilmington, DE, Harvey graduated from North Carolina A&T State University.