With the NBA Finals prolongoing to a game 5 after the heroics of the Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving’s 40 points and LeBron James’ triple double in game 4, the NBA Finals shifts back to Oakland, where the Warriors won the first two games of the series.
The Cleveland Cavaliers avoided a sweep in the NBA Finals Friday night, beating the Golden State Warriors 137 -116. The Cavs handed the Golden State Warriors their first loss of the postseason and the Warriors still hold a 3-1 lead in the series.
Earlier this week, I checked in with Christian Heimall, my buddy from Hofstra University, on the debut episode of the “Press Row” Podcast.
We discussed The NBA Finals, Kevin Durant, LeBron James and more.
Check out Christian Heimall & RESPECT Magazine’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on the “Press Row” Podcast.
The NBA Finals resume Monday with Game 5 in Oakland.
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