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LeBron James' legacy secure despite NBA Finals loss to Warriors

In the Finals loss to Golden State – a 129-120 victory in Game 5 secured the championship for the Warriors – LeBron James became the first player to average a triple double in the finals, posting 33.6 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists per game.

It was an efficient effort, too. James shot 56.4% from the field and 38.7 on three-pointers (just 64.9% on free throws). In Game 5, he finished with 41 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists in 46 minutes. The Cavs needed James on the court for almost the entire game just to have a chance to win.

“I left everything on the floor every game, all five games,” James said. “So for me personally, I have no  reason to put my head down. I have no reason to look back at what I could have done or what I shouldn’t have done or what I could have done better for the team. I left everything I had out on the floor every single game for five games in this Finals, and you come up short.”


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Iman Shumpert throws up a lob for JR Smith who finishes with a NASTY double clutch reverse SLAM!! LeBron’s reaction says it all, that may be one of the sickest in game alley oops we have ever seen.