Cavs embrace the challenge that awaits

Notes from Cavaliers practice on Tuesday, May 31.

Coming full circle: An epic rematch

During Tuesday’s media session, LeBron James was asked about the Cavaliers odds in their Finals clash.

Fellow Big 3 member Kyrie Irving is chomping at the bit to take on Golden State after all it took for Cleveland to get to this point once again: “This is what it’s about.”

He also doesn’t pay too much attention to the past, either.

Head coach Tyronn Lue is excited to coach a fully healthy Cavs team in the Finals.

Defending Golden State’s “Splash Brothers”

When it comes to the Warrior backcourt, reigning 2-time MVP Stephen Curry and sharpshooter Klay Thompson, Cleveland will have to keep a watchful eye on their whereabouts during this upcoming Finals rematch.

LeBron knows that some of the difficult shots they’ll take will fall, so the Cavaliers will have to find other ways to limit them.

Lue says he needs his guys to stay aware at all times with the duo on the floor.

Studying the Warriors’ series with the Thunder, Kyrie Irving took some things away from it to use to his advantage. Aside from different players and schemes, he feels like Cleveland and Oklahoma City are similar.

LeBron saw something in Game 7 that sparked Golden State’s flurry

The four-time MVP won’t reveal what he figured out, but he said one mistake gave the Warriors life.

One of those elements could’ve possibly been the mismatches Curry created with Steven Adams and Serge Ibaka on the perimeter. Lue gave his answer on what to do in that scenario when it happens.

LeBron’s going to leave it all out on the floor like he did last year

It’s clear that this series could be one of the best of all time in NBA Finals history, especially with the opportunity to land Cleveland its first championship in 52 years.

James is downplaying it, but he will leave it all on the court as he did one year ago.

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  1. I let myself become a fool .

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