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LeBron James may be at the door. Kobe Bryant isn't so convinced that James does not have enough to work with.

Moments later, his demeanor shifted. Golden State never trailed. "I don't like the mood that I'm in right now". Teams that have fallen behind 3-0 in the playoffs are 0-131. "I didn't want to run in there and shoot a bad shot.so I made a decision to shoot it from there and it felt good leaving my hands".

The Cavaliers may be in a dark place.

Golden State will now have four chances to wrap up its title starting with Game 4 on Friday night. Despite him sailing over 40 in the fourth quarter, the Warriors led only by one at a timeout with 3:11 left and then Love put the Cavs up one with a pair of free throws.

"We got stagnant", Love said. "The guys are engaged and locked in".

The 15-year veteran also passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for sole possession of the fourth-most playoff games played in National Basketball Association history. We're locked into doing that, and we know we can.

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Kerr said after Game 2 that the Warriors are "optimistic" Iguodala will play "at some point in this series".

And the Cavs were down 0-3. There's no denying their toughness.

"It's definitely a tough loss and we had our chances", James said.

Golden State was up three and Durant was being guarded by Rodney Hood 35 feet from the basket. It's a very tall task. When you're focusing on those three guys, other guys are going to get shots.

Now the Cavs, down 0-2 and back at home, will try to do what they've done in two of the past three NBA Finals: win Game 3 against the Warriors and swing the momentum back in their favor. They've learned the hard way.

A bounce here, a couple stops there, the Cavs could be leading in these finals and the conversation would be different.

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Iguodala averaged 25.3 minutes during the 2017-18 regular season, and bumped that up to 27.5 in the postseason before hurting the knee. They finished the Cavaliers off in five games in 2017.

Draymond Green, the Warriors' heartbeat, was coming unhinged, jawing at referees and getting into shouting matches.

"The shot clock was running down, I was pretty far out, I just wanted to get a look", Durant said. "It's a great position to be in".

The series shifts to Cleveland for the first time in Game 3.

So it wasn't the biggest surprise to see the world's best player do it all himself in one spectacular play early in Game 3. "I think we all look forward to the day when we can go back to just having a celebration of athletic achievement and celebrate Americans for their achievement, their good deeds". It's unclear if another "party" is scheduled for Game 4. J.R. Smith needs people to forget about his Game 1 fiasco, and the arena will have a desperate feel.

Game 1 of this series will be remembered by how Cleveland let it get away; the botched rebound by Smith to be forever played as one of those quintessential wish-you-had-it-back moments. You know, so when you're able to either force a miscue on them, you have to be able to capitalize and you have to be so in tuned and razor sharp and focused every single possession. "I don't care at all". According to Haynes, Iguodala sprinted full speed without pain, one of the prerequisites for head coach Steve Kerr to consider putting him on the court during the NBA Finals. "I think that was mostly it".

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He can only hope the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena will be the safe haven it's been for the Cavs throughout this postseason.

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