LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers made the impossible possible Sunday evening defeating Golden State 93-89 in game seven of the NBA Finals overcoming a 3-1 series deficit.
LeBron James finished the night with a triple-double of 27 points, 11 rebounds, 11 assists and the unanimous Finals MVP. It was just the third triple-double in Finals history as LeBron was able to flip the switch and dominate in just about every aspect of the game helping propel Cleveland to their first major sports championship since 1964.
Meanwhile a record breaking regular season for the Warriors soured in the Finals as Golden State was unable to seal the deal.
Draymond Green caught fire in the first half for 22 points and five-of-five from three to finish with 32 on the night leading all scorers. However Klay Thompson and Steph Curry never really were able click in the back court as each netted 14 and 17 respectively.
Now instead of reveling as possible the greatest team in NBA history, the Warriors’ performance in this year’s Finals may go down as one of the biggest choke jobs in sports history. One the other side of the coin, King James may of finally cemented himself as arguably the greatest player the NBA has ever witnessed.