ESPN Trying To Promote The Cavs Comeback A Little Hard
Through the first two games, the NBA Finals have been an unmitigated disaster. The Finals have completely lacked any drama and interest in the games seem to be waning. Most of Twitter today has been people complaining about LeBron the player or LeBron the GM. We've heard incessantly about Kyrie's inability to play defense and how the Cavs should never have traded Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love. Essentially, we have crowned the Warriors the champs after going up 2-0.
But ESPN says not so fast! You see LeBron has done it before. He has come back from being down 2-0 in a series and it can happen again. Of course, ESPN has a major stake in LeBron coming back from 2-0 down considering the Finals take place on ABC. So they made sure to blast out that the Cavs can come back as it's happened before. They sent out this timely tweet.
LeBron James is no stranger to playoff comebacks. pic.twitter.com/OXhZttbyl0
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 8, 2016
So LeBron has come back from 2-0 before! Remember..it happened that one time! Almost ten years ago in the conference finals, LeBron came back from a 2-0 deficit. And despite Kevin Love's head injury and Matthew Dellavadova's low blows, he CAN do it AGAIN.
They just need to find some way to guard the Warriors. Also, please don't buy into that Stephen Curry is just a game manager bullshit. Also, can we not talk about the Showtime Lakers, the Jordan Bulls, or any other team and compare them to the Warriors? That is so February.
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