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WEIGHT ON LEBRON’S SHOULDERS TO BEAT STEPH CURRY’S TEAM

By Reni M. Valenzuela
PhilBoxing.com
13 Jun 2015



Michael Jordan was a superstar, but not alone playing the games.
Cleveland is Cleveland today because it depended heavily on its main man. Good, perhaps, but not great. Hence if the main man won’t deliver in this championship series, Coach David Blatt and the rest of the Cavaliers could well be delivered in the hands of the Warriors before reaching game 7.

In its big win yesterday, the Golden State is proving to be the better squad to wear the NBA crown this year. The team pulled off a rout of its foe away from home. With 2-2 standing, it is yet early to say but safe to predict that the Warriors could emerge victorious “effortless” if Lebron James will not carry his team during the two of the three remaining games in the Finals. It’s too late at this point for the Cavaliers to make crucial adjustments in unloading some heavy cross from the shoulders of Lebron.

James has come of age over the years. From being merely a scoring machine the first time he was with the Cavs, this time around James seems to have become a co-father on the floor with his chief coach. He has grown wiser and is now a leader of his team beyond being a talent. Lebron has ideas to make things a bit easier for him in leading the Cavs. The paradox is that he has to listen to authorities “all the time.”

“Don’t put your head on my shoulder. Sink me in a river of tears. This could be the best place yet, but you must overcome your fears.”

Call it an NBA championship series between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers, but from the outside looking in, it’s a battle between Lebron James and the entire team of MVP Stephen Curry. Contrary to Blatt’s belief, James and Dellavedova don’t have to be always at their “100 percent” for him to be lifted up in the end.

Golden State head coach Steve Kerr is considered by some as the best NBA point guard. He is comfortable and relaxed as a coach in the current Finals series being a 5-time champion, three of which he won with Chicago Bulls and two with San Antonio Spurs. His most memorable moment in NBA was his winning shot with the Bulls in Game 6 of the 1997 Finals against Utah Jazz. During his time with Jordan in Chicago Bulls, Kerr was in the same league as the prolific Jason Kidd in assists, steals, 3-point shots and game executions. Wonderful for the Warriors, their head coach continues to bring his experience and expertise to the Team, aside from having a Steve Curry as their Michael Jordan.

Congratulations.

renimvalenzuela@yahoo.com


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