Throughout the NBA playoffs, we here at GiveMeSport are hosting our NBA Playoff Show, where myself and Max Whittle break down the action. With the NBA Finals now underway, here today we bring to you episode fourteen – analysis of game three between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors.
Discussed and analysed on this episode:
– Kevin Durant’s pantheon performance
– How the Warriors won despite nothing from Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson
– Good Kevin Love and bad Kevin Love
– Rodney Hood’s overdue appearance
We have also recorded a special episode featuring Brooklyn Nets swingman, Joe Harris.
Harris was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers and played with the team between 2014 and 2016, making the NBA Finals in his rookie season. He played with the Cavaliers’ core of LeBron James, Tristan Thompson, Kevin Love and J.R. Smith – with this in mind, we thought it would be good to get some time with him in a film session, so that he could break down how Cleveland like to play, and what areas their opponents should try to exploit.
And for good measure, we asked him about the Golden State Warriors, too.
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