The core of the Warriors will be back, but the how much will change? And should anything?The Warriors had an answer for everything all season long, until they ran into James. When it comes to an all-time great, sometimes all you can do is <a href="">NBA Live Mobile Coins</a> tip your hat and acknowledge the greatness. Or, you can wish you didn't make him mad.
LeBron James should be the all-time Finals MVP2 other thingsKyrie Irving will be a Cleveland legend foreverIt was the shot the city of Cleveland had been waiting 52 years for. Tied at 89 with just under one minute to play and the ball in his hands, Irving shimmied away from Curry and stepped back for a three. That was it.It put the cap on an improbable comeback and was a picture of the series for Irving.
He had moments where he was a disaster on defense, but he was the <a href="">NBA Live 18 Coins</a> superior player to Curry this series. He had 26 points in Game 7, enough to help James deliver a title to a city that so desperately needed one.LeBron James cemented his status as the game's best playerJamesaveraged 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, 8.9 assists, 2.6 steals and 2.3 blocks in the finals. It was unreal. He led all players in each one of those stats -- he was the first player in NBA history to do so in the finals.
It was a performance that might never be matched again, and it came on the game's biggest stage. He clearly outplayed back-to-back regular season MVP Curry, which isn't too much of a surprise, but he climbed the ladder of all-time greats with his performance this year. He now has three Finals MVP awards to go with his three rings, and has silenced many of his doubters.Play of the nightThe aforementioned block that saved the Cavaliers' season.