NBA Finals: Cleveland force game 7

NBA Finals: Cleveland force game 7
By Euronews
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The Cleveland Cavaliers produced a superb performance to stun the Golden State Warriors 115-101, forcing a deciding game in the NBA Finals.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers produced a superb performance to stun the Golden State Warriors 115-101, forcing a deciding game in the NBA Finals.

Iman Shumpert’s team-mates got off to a great start as point guard Kyrie Irving scored 20 points before Lebron James stole the show with an MVP performance in the second half as he finished with 41 points.

Golden State’s Klay Thompson had 25 points while Stephen Curry finished with 30.

The 28-year-old was mostly dominated by the inspired home side as his night ended with a career-first ejection in the last 5 minutes of the game after he was called for his sixth personal foul.

The two teams will match up for Game 7 back in Oakland’s Oracle Arena on Sunday.

Look at ALL those fans… EPIC (pic via oliviapasse</a> ) <a href="https://t.co/th8fZZAHjU">pic.twitter.com/th8fZZAHjU</a></p>&mdash; ClevelandFanz (Cleveland_Fanz) 17 June 2016

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