What a game, too close to call. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors during the 2016 NBA Finals of Game 7 had some people at the their television screens like this below.
But all the sudden, it was a celebration,
and LeBron James showed the world why he is called "King James" As a king on the basketball courts, LeBron exhibits great leadership skills and knows how to bring a team together for the win. Especially with Kyrie Irving, who LeBron is like a mentor to and both of them on the court are like Batman and Robin. Kyrie and LeBron are like rice and beans, they bring flavor to the game, no matter how much Curry is cooking up.
For the 2016 NBA Finals in Game 7, the Cleveland Cavaliers took the win, in a triumphant victory of sportsmanship, courage, dedication and; most of all, the willingness to go against all odds. The scroreboard for the final game was 93 for the Cavs and 89 for the Warriors as illustrated below.
The Cavs made history and became the 2016 NBA Champions, something that has not been achieved in the last 50 years, making it Cleveland's first professional sports title. It was the trinity of a three point shot from Kyrie Irving that sealed the win for the Cavaliers.
I'm telling you there's something special about those two. It's like the right hand and left hand, combined together they create and do the impossible. Dubbed as the prodigal son when he returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the pressure was on for King James, pressure can cause some pipes to burst and it also, evolves coal into diamonds. In Lebron's case, he became a rare gem. In an emotional post victory interview, LeBron James with tears streaming down his face, more humbled and polished, gave God glory, never questioning why the road was tough for him, remained focus on the prize; and finally walked into his glory of victory to claim the prize.
LeBron James was also named the 2016 NBA Finals MVP (Most Valuable Player).
And has an amazing stats of points, assiss, rebounds and etc., where he is in the lead amongst his peers of basketball players in the NBA.
This was indeed a game for the history books.
Congrats to the Cleveland Cavaliers and King James.
LeBron James' NBA MVP Photo by: NBATV