"It sucks to lose", a grim-faced James said.
Since Game 6 of the Houston series, Curry has shot 5-of-9 on give-and-go 3-point tries.
LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers attempts a shot over Draymond Green #23 and Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors during the fourth quarter. The veteran must continue to score if Cleveland wants any chance of winning Games 3 and 4 in Quicken Loans Arena. "The one where he was falling away was like, 'Oh, man, he's really got it going.' But we've seen this before where he completely takes the game over with his scoring ability, and he did that tonight". This is the last team in the world you want to relax against.
Where the Warriors stack up if they win a third championship in four years will make for a dynasty debate. "They've proven they can win on someone else's floor and do it in any fashion, in any way".
Still, he said his small dip in production had little to do with whatever the Warriors were doing.More news: Off-tone Melania Trump tweet sparks serious concern for her welfare
"They're damn good with him and they're damn good without him", James said.
LeBron James was joked with reporters after receiving criticism for how he reacted during a clip that went viral from Game 1 of the NBA Finals, before asking how much more was expected of him in the NBA Finals.
"I was trying to get some space", Curry said. I think the only dynasty is the Spurs.
One thing the Cavs did tire of was talk about the officiating.
But surprisingly, he didn't hit his shooting streak until the fourth quarter of the game. That was evident from the opening seconds of Game 2. Love had just chased Stephen Curry all over the court, had even harassed him into losing his dribble as the shot clock ticked down - and then Curry scooped up the loose ball, jumped awkwardly to his right and, nearly 30 feet from the basket, threw up a rainbow that found nothing but twine. "At the end of the day, you can control what you can control".
James became irate at the officials for a no-call on Curry, who ran beneath the Cavs star and didn't let him land with 3:54 remaining in the quarter as James caught Love's long pass and went out of bounds. He actually said he wasn't fully aware if the team had a timeout, and referenced a moment from Chris Webber's college career that went down in infamy regarding timeouts called when there were none available. You're taking me back, huh? OK. OK. But there ain't a lot of room between the sideline and the court. "The guys in the locker room, they already know that". "I mean, we're in the NBA Finals". If you win a couple more, then you're talking about a dynasty. Curry dribbled behind his back before nailing a insane 29-foot turnaround, fadeaway 3-pointer over 6-foot-10-inch Cavaliers forward Kevin Love to give the Warriors a 103-89 lead.