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Since: 3.10.02
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LeBron was a beast in the fourth, showing end to end hustle when it counted.

Congrats. I hate LeBron, but gotta respect the season they've had.
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Tv rating 20.0? 25.0? It will be huge whatever it is. Warriors will be back minus Barnes plus Durrant.



Warriors: Redesign, Rebuild, Reclaim.

(edited by texasranger9 on 19.6.16 2200)
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Congratulations Golden State. You are the 07 Patriots of the NBA.
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Since: 21.11.02
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.82
That run down block on Iguadala was ridiculous.

Congrats LeBron. You wanted it and you took it. I tip my cap to you.





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Since: 4.1.02
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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.82
I'm starting to think LeBron actually might be the best of all time. This was an unreal comeback fueled 75% by himself, with a nod to Kyrie stepping up, Richard Jefferson (!) stepping up, and Draymond shooting his team in the foot with his suspension.

Cleveland absolutely deserves it after all this time. What a way to end a championship drought.



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Happy to see success come to Cleveland



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Since: 8.10.03
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Turning 60 this year and growing up in NE Ohio, this is great for the area. Even though I haven't lived there for 25 years, my heart will always be back there and after all that region has been through, this is something I was starting to think would never happen. Now if the Browns could just go 500 for a season.

(edited by DrDirt on 21.6.16 0601)


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Since: 12.2.02
From: Cleveland, Ohio

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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.29
I'm still in shock.

That last 5 minutes damn near killed everyone. The Cleveland massive fail dialog was writing itself, when neither team could budge off of 89 until. that. dagger. Even then, there was enough time for one of those impossible Warrior threes, and then Lebron got hurt and so he'd miss those free throws and they'd take it to OT and he'd be injured and they'd steamroll us and ohthankgodhehitoneofthem holy crap we're up four don't hit a three and foul and OHMYGODTHEYDIDIT!!!!!

Amazing. I could hear the whole neighborhood start whooping. Ran down to join the watch party at a neighbor's house; hugs and high-5's for all. Random fireworks were going off around the neighborhood.

This streak of futility was 11 years older than me. I honestly never thought I'd see this day.

Kevin Love with the Austin celebration was great.




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Since: 12.1.02
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Congrats to the city of Cleveland and to all Cavs fans.



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Since: 29.4.16
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    Originally posted by whatever
    I'm still in shock.

    That last 5 minutes damn near killed everyone. The Cleveland massive fail dialog was writing itself, when neither team could budge off of 89 until. that. dagger. Even then, there was enough time for one of those impossible Warrior threes, and then Lebron got hurt and so he'd miss those free throws and they'd take it to OT and he'd be injured and they'd steamroll us and ohthankgodhehitoneofthem holy crap we're up four don't hit a three and foul and OHMYGODTHEYDIDIT!!!!!



Admittedly I thought Cleveland was going to lose composure. Heck, toward the end of the game I saw JR Smith complaining to the refs and lose his man in the process.

Nice win for Cleveland. This was the best finish to an NBA Finals since Celtics vs. Lakers in 2010.
Kevintripod
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Since: 11.5.03
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Estimated 1.3 million people at the Cavaliers victory parade.

That is beyond impressive.

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