LeBron passes Kareem’s NBA Finals record in Game 2

Hope Soto
June 6, 2018

In fact, only three teams have managed to extend a playoff series to seven games after falling behind 3-0 - the most recent being the 2003 Portland Trail Blazers, who managed to even their first-round Western Conference series against the Dallas Mavericks that year, after dropping the first three, before succumbing in Game Seven.

James and Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry both reacted strongly after news Mr Trump had cancelled a White House invitation for Super Bowl champions the Philadelphia Eagles scheduled for this week. Warriors players indicated after winning the championship in 2017 that they would not go to the White House, then as they were set to meet as a team to formally decide, Trump rescinded the invitation.

"It's typical of him", he told reporters.

'I agree with Bron.

When the Warriors won the National Basketball Association championship a year ago, Curry indicted he would not attend a planned White House ceremony, prompting Trump to disinvite the team via Twitter. "He's getting closer, and I'm hopeful that he can play".

"That would have helped but more than that, LeBron showed poor leadership there and I'm sure he knows that by now". I'm pretty sure the way we handled things past year, (we'd) kinda stay consistent.

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"Every team has the right to speak for themselves in that situation and I think that's big". "So I would upgrade him to questionable", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Tuesday before Iguodala practiced in preparation for the NBA Finals Game 3 on Wednesday.

"It's not surprising", he said.

"The President has made it pretty clear he's going to try and divide us, all of us in this country for political gain". We're all looking forward to the day when we can go about celebrating Americans for their athletic achievements. "Now we've got to come back and do the same thing".

Iguodala, who has drawn a lot of time defending LeBron James in the past with positive results, has missed six games with a bruised left leg.

"We've got to take care of home", he said. "As long as he's in office, (these) things are going to continue to happen". Kerr said he would not have a problem with one of his players protesting the national anthem in the vein of bringing notice to police brutality and racial inequality as former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick did. Will the victor of the series - and let's be real, it looks like it'll be the Warriors - take the customary visit to the White House? The Warriors' home crowd further extended Smith's memory, sarcastically cheering for him whenever he got into the action with "MVP!" chants.

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