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Cavs Win Game 6 NBA Finals: Watch Replay Of Game Highlights

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The Cleveland Cavaliers has once again come out huge in Game 6 of the NBA Finals 2016 to force a do-or-die Game 7 against the defending champions, Golden State Warriors,115-101. For those who missed all the action, worry no more because we got you covered as we provide you with links on where to watch the Cavs vs Warriors Game 6 replay.

For the second time in this year?s NBA Finals, the Cavs escaped elimination with LeBron James? heroics being a big factor. The Cleveland star scored 41 points in a 16 of 27 field goal shooting. It is the second straight Finals game for James wherein he scored 40+ points as he also put in 41 marks in Game 5 of the NBA Finals 2016. To stream the replay online, you can browse NBA HD and NBA Full.

Cleveland star point guard Kyrie Irving finished the game with 23 points while shooter J.R Smith had 14. Furthermore,Tristan Thompson also had a huge night with a double-double performance of 15 points and 16 rebounds.

The Warriors, on the other hand, is really having trouble in defending the Cavs resulting to a lot of foul calls. Reigning MVP Stephen Curry had 30 points but had to exit the game early when he fouled out on a technical call, which sent him to the locker room. Klay Thompson added 25, while Leandro Barbosa had 14.

What seemed to be the missing link for Golden State was their forward Harrison Barnes. Early in the game, he had several open shots, but failed to knock them down. He did not connect in any of his 8 attempts and finished the game with no points.

Fans have been looking forward to the return of star forward Draymond Green, who got suspended in Game 5 for hitting the groin of James. However, his 8 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists were not enough to help Golden State defend its title.

Taking care of the ball was also a problem for the defending champions. They gave the ball away 14 times compared to only 10 for Cleveland. However, the way Cavs played their defence should also be commended as they managed to steal the ball 12 times and blocked shots 7 times.

So, it seems like it has come down to this, and there is no better way to end this season than a do-or-die Game 7 in the NBA Finals 2016. The Golden State Warriors will host the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Oracle Arena on Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern Time.

Source: NBA.com

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