The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors 120-90 in Game 3 of The Finals and now trail the series 2-1. LeBron James led the Cavaliers with 32 points to go with 11 rebounds. Stephen Curry scored a team-high 19 points for the Warriors in defeat.

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38 thoughts on “Warriors vs Cavaliers: Game 3 NBA Finals – 06.08.16 Full Highlights

  1. Top 5 NBA players all-time
    1 LeBron James
    2 Kobe Bryant
    3 Tim Duncan
    4 Karl Malone
    5 Magic Johnson/Larry Bird
    Combined for 20 championships and all have great leadership.

  2. 6:34 that transition play was insane. Bron was literally bearcrawling while dribbling, picked up his dribble scooped it to kyrie and caught an impossible lob and finished with one hand

  3. Funny how people try to make the Draymond not playing in game 5 excuse but in a must win game without Love the Cavs beat them by 30. It’s next man up folks. The other guys don’t get paid to be bystanders.

  4. I wish lebron would have this killer instinct all the time. He would be considered the goat for sure. What he did this past season, just standing around on offense and defense just makes him look bad

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