Steve Kerr: 'Good chance' Andre Iguodala plays in Game 3

Arnold Nichols
June 7, 2018

And yet, we are still talking about it.

Smith said: "LeBron James is going to have a conversation with the Cleveland Cavaliers". He is told they did. Hesitantly, he puts his hand in the with the rest of the team before they head back out onto the court. He said Iguodala will warm up before Game 3 and a decision on his status will be made after that.

"I don't care. I don't care at all", James said.

"I hope to be in that situation and win two more games where we win a championship and obviously know what comes with that", said Curry.

Dallas would have to take on the awful J.R. contract and the not as bad Jordan Clarkson contract, but would get two picks in the lottery this year, which would give them the chance to pair a Bamba/Jackson with a Porter/Bridges (either one). "I guess you all probably seen the reaction from that point on".

Kevon Looney has been the best and most consistent option, but has also struggled at times. There's a lot of people that believe he's not for the people or doing things that's right by the people.

In the aftermath, James was criticized for not being more vocal and taking on a leadership role in the huddle. "We're in the NBA Finals competing for a championship". "It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going". "Just being in front of our crowd will be huge for us". There have been games where Steph takes over. How are we going to attack?

But beyond Smith's lapse in judgment and, of course, Hill's missed free throw, James clearly was perplexed in the huddle why Lue would not call a timeout to give the team a chance to win in regulation.

It helps, of course, that Curry and Durant are both deadly scorers.

Games 3 and 4 of the best-of-seven series are in Cleveland, where the Cavaliers have won their last eight playoff games. Golden State took a lead it would not surrender with 45 seconds left, when Durant hit a 26-foot jumper in front of James for a one-point lead.

"We're down 2-0 and I don't like the way I feel".

"It really didn't do anything for me, to be honest". We're used to the dynamic of being ahead in the series and then have everything shift when you go on the road. "That's the biggest thing", Kerr said while speaking to reporters on June 5 before the Warriors practiced at The Q.

Meanwhile, the Cleveland Cavaliers needed to hit the ground running after their demoralizing Game 1 loss but that just didn't happen. "Those combinations are tough to stop". According to Brian Windhorst of ESPN, the National Basketball Association league office is not part of this and the refs will discuss plays and interpret rules throughout the night in addition to fielding questions from fans. "It's very special for an L.A. guy to receive an honour named for Magic".

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