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The Ultimate NBA Finals 2017 Highlight Reel (So Far)

The Cavs had flashes of brilliance, while the Dubs had longer stretches of the same thing
by John Paulo Aguilera | Jun 9, 2017
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The title series between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors can be summed up by the latter's dominance and LeBron James not getting enough help.

The defending champions are currently down 0-3 in the 2017 NBA Finals, and it doesn't look like they will be able to pull off another miracle like last year, all because of one man: Kevin Durant.

The only good thing that the Cleveland faithful can really take from those losses are flashes of brilliance from their team. If only Golden State didn't have longer stretches of those...

FHM presents the Top 10 plays of what is turning out to be a one-sided affair:

Apparently, Kyle Korver the three-point specialist can fly...

One reason the Cavaliers are about to get swept? Kyrie Irving not doing enough of this:

That was the case, until he exploded in the third quarter of Game 3 for 16 points.

Meanwhile, LeBron did everything he can do; just ask Andre Iguodala.

In fact, the King even almost murdered JaVale McGee in front of fans at Oracle Arena.

Fortunately, Chef got his teammate's back and schooled James in the next game.

Other than Curry and solid contributions from the rest of the Warriors, it was all KD.

Durant was like an airplane taking off from a runway every time he flies down the lane.

LeBron was hell-bent on taking Game 3 after throwing it down over him and McGee...

...before this happened.


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