Aside from his 38-point outburst in the Game 4 win, he was a liability on defense and his sloppy dribbling and passing halted the Warriors' offense on many occasions. On two consecutive possessions in the first quarter of Game 7, he turned the ball over with a sloppy behind-the-back dribble and then failed to get back on defense following a missed three because he was arguing with a referee.
Klay Thompson was no better for the Warriors. The <a href="https://www.mmogo.com/Nba-live-mobile/Coins.html">NBA Live Mobile Coins</a> Splash Brothers combined for 31 points on 12-of-36 shooting and turned the ball over seven times. In the biggest game of their lives, the Warriors got nothing from the Splash Brothers.Green, on the other hand, did everything he could to deliver the Warriors a second title. He had 32 points, 15 rebounds and nine assists, but it wasn't enough.
The Warriors were never a team with just one star; without Curry and Thompson hitting they didn't stand a chance -- especially with a possessed James on the other side of the ball.The Cavaliers became the first team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 deficit in the finals because James didn't let the off-court issues cloud his game.
Instead, he turned in the best performance of his life while the Warriors searched for <a href="https://www.mmogo.com/Nba-live-18/Coins.html">NBA Live 18 Coins</a> answers.Make no mistake about it, this Warriors team was special. They gave the NBA 73 wins and were one win from cementing themselves as an all-time great team. Now, with Harrison Barnes' impending free agency, they'll have some decisions to make this offseason.