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    Warriors Win The First Game Final of the NBA

    Friday, June 2, 2017, June 02, 2017 EDT Last Updated 2017-06-02T07:00:32Z
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    The Guard Golden State Warriors, Stephen Curry (white jersey # 30), were caught by the Cleveland Cavaliers forward, LeBron James (# 23), in the first game of the NBA final at Oracle Arena, Oakland, California on Thursday (1/6/2017 ) Night local time. Warriors won by a score of 113-91.
    OAKLAND - Golden State Warriors won the first round of the NBA finals in Oracle Arena, Oakland, California on Thursday (1/6/2017) evening local time or Friday morning local time.

    The Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers by a score of 113-91. Through this victory, the Warriors temporarily lead the NBA finals series with 1-0.

    Forward Warriors, Kevin Durant, featured as the highest point scorer with 38 points. Meanwhile, Stephen Curry posted double-double results from 28 points and 10 assists.

    From the Cavaliers, LeBron James became the best player with 28 points, 15 rebounds and 8 assists.

    Fierce duel between the Warriors and Cavaliers immediately presented so tip-off done in the first quarter. However, the Warriors who act as the host is able to close this quarter with a 35-30 advantage.

    Warriors excellence continued in the second quarter. Curry et al is still in control of the game scored 25 points.

    The amount is 3 more points than the Cavaliers. The first half of the game ended in 60-52 for the Warriors.

    After the break, the home team played increasingly trengginas. The poor Cavaliers defense made the Warriors open the third quarter with a 10-0 run.

    Not only that, Curry also managed to carve a personal record on the play-off NBA by scoring a three-point 300th shot.

    Curry action brought the Warriors closed the third quarter with a score of 93-72.

    The new Warriors relaxed the tempo of the game in the fourth quarter. In the final half of the quarter, Warriors coach Mike Brown rested the mainstay players and gave the players a minute play.

    The same thing is also done Cavaliers. The Cavaliers head coach, Tyronn Lue, pulled out three of his best players, LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love.

    At the end of the game, Warriors emerged victorious with a margin of 22 points. Warriors also ensure the record never lost in the NBA play-off round this season stay awake.

    The second game of the NBA finals will be re-played at Oracle Arena on Saturday (06/03/2017) evening local time or Sunday morning local time.


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