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As hard as it is to believe, the 2016 NBA Finals are headed to a Game 7. For the second game in a row, LeBron James turned in a monstrous 41-point performance to go with 11 assists and 8 rebounds to propel his Cavs to a victory of the Warriors.
With no Andrew Bogut in the middle, the Cavs were able to get a lot penetration in Game 6. Tristan Thompson came up huge for Cleveland putting in 15 points and grabbing 16 boards.
The Warriors got off to a slow start, but a few big plays early in the fourth quarter put them within striking distance. Stephen Curry, who had 30 points on 8-for-20 shooting from the field was ejected for the first time in his career from the game with about three minutes to go in a moment which we witnessed the back-to-back MVP in a never-before-seen state.