NBA Finals 2018: Game 3 TV Schedule and Cavaliers vs. Warriors Prediction

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"I don't know if I had enough time because I was kind of a little bit still in shock of what was going on at that point in time", James said. Pretty sure the way we handled things past year, we'd stay consistent with that.

"James, whose Cleveland Cavaliers are trailing the Golden State Warriors 2-0 in the NBA Finals, said neither team would be interested in attending if they win a championship this year - or as long as Mr. Trump is in office", reported CBS.

LeBron James on Tuesday was asked to comment on President Trump's decision to call off the Philadelphia Eagles' White House visit.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (left) celebrates a basket with forward Kevin Durant in Game 2 against the Cleveland Cavaliers on June 3.

In last year's Finals, the Warriors came to Cleveland with a 2-0 lead, but found themselves trailing the Cavaliers in the dying minutes. Philadelphia is one of the Eastern Conference's most promising young teams, and would keep LeBron's path to the NBA Finals clear.

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"They play well at home, we understand that", Lue said of Golden State.

It's unsurprising then that many people believe LeBron will leave the Cavs this summer, which might be one of the main reasons why they haven't shown him in a jersey on the cover in their reveal. We know how Cleveland plays here, with a lot of energy and force. I think that's important. "We're going to need that going out on the road".

James won two titles with Miami and achieved his goal of bringing a crown to his home region, but the four-time NBA Most Valuable Player would fall to 3-6 in the finals with a loss this year. "We've got to move on, move forward". "They disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country", Trump said in a statement. "I don't think I'm the problem that they want, though, might want to pick another battle". It won't be Golden State or Cleveland going [to the White House].

Durant especially, a player likely to crack the mythical 30,000 points mark, has plenty to gain in all-time discussions should the Warriors win, so history has often been a topic of conversation for Durant.