Kevin Durant pulls up
from 30, finishes off Cavs with the ultimate game winner 

Kevin Durant has proved everyone that he has ice in his
veins after hitting a clutch pull-up 3 over LeBron James to give the Golden
State Warriors a one-point lead late in the 4th quarter, pushing the series to
a dramatic 3-0 swing.   

Durant showed nothing, but poise with his late-game dagger, especially
during the most important possession of the game. He hit the biggest shot of
the NBA Finals, and probably his entire career solidifying himself as one of
the greatest in the world. 

Durant started the NBA Finals letting LeBron know that he’s
coming, and now he’s ending it in the same fashion. 

Scoring 7 of the team’s final 11 points in the final 3
minutes, KD rallied the Warriors to victory. After carrying GSW to three
straight wins, it is safe to say that Durant is the legitimate MVP of the NBA Finals. 

Not only Game 3 was heartbreaking for the Cavs, but it is
also more demoralizing seeing the way their opponent win. Kevin Durant, once
again, single handily dominated Cleveland. 

ESPN’s NBA Analyst Stephen A. Smith reacts to the Warriors’
Game 3 win over the Cavaliers, addressing KD’s dominance is something that simply
cannot be ignored. 

“Take a look at the highlights, he starts off the series basically
letting LeBron know that he’s coming, said Stephen A. Smith. “Kevin Durant has
been saying I’m here since opening of these Finals.”   

KD’s clutch game last night at Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland,
certainly has everyone’s attention. His
mission this year to win the
championship is scary not only for Cavs, but also the NBA.

Who is going to stop him and this Warriors juggernaut in the
next 4-5 years?

Photo source from Cam Stein, via. Flickr 


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