The Quicken Loans Arena is tense tonight, filled with nervous cheers. The Cleveland Cavaliers are on the brink of elimination and need to string together four straight wins to repeat as NBA Champions.
Early in the game, the Cavs and Cleveland fans had a chance to witness history, as LeBron James passed Michael Jordan in All-Time NBA Finals Scoring.
— Sporting News NBA (@sn_nba) June 10, 2017
A cool moment for LeBron and the Cavs, but they have their eyes set on trying to become the first team to come back from a 3-0 deficit.
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