Cavaliers vs. Warriors Game 6: Score, Live Updates & Must-See Highlights

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9:05 – We’re minutes away from Game 6 of the NBA Finals. Will the Cleveland Cavaliers force a winner-take-all Game 7? Or, will the Golden State Warriors win their second straight championship?

9:06 – Goosebump City from the national anthem. I really hope that trend catches on at other venues.

9:09 – Craig Sager is the man. I’m elated that he’s working his first NBA Finals game tonight. Such an awesome gesture.

Hilarious roast job from J.R. Smith’s own daughter.

Bey looking fine as per usual.

They should kick him off the team after this horrendous shot.

1Q 8:51 – Cleveland came out hot, taking a 6-0 lead. Kevin Love picked up 2 quick fouls, but who the hell really cares?

1Q 3:53 – The Cavs are rolling! They’re up 20-9, and the Q is going bonkers. Steph Curry already has 2 fouls, and Golden State is shooting a putrid 4-14 from the floor.

End of 1Q – Cleveland leads 31-11 after the 1st. Holy smokes, what a quarter for the Cavs! Just a total dismantling. Tristan Thompson has 7 points and 9 boards, LeBron has 9 points and 4 assists, and Irving has 7 points and 2 blocks.

Nothing went right for the Warriors in the 1st quarter. Curry picked up 2 quick fouls, and he’s their leading scorer with just 3 points. They went 5-22 from the floor and 1-9 from 3-point range. They also had 4 turnovers.

Not exactly an ideal time to have your worst quarter of the season.

Such a ridiculous pass from LeBron.

2Q 8:57 – Cleveland’s up 39-24. Curry has hit 2 3-pointers in the quarter and is trying to get the Warriors back in it.

Love picked up his 3rd foul, which I’m sure has Cavs fans sweating bullets.

Anderson Varejao might be the most annoying player in the league. What a weasel.

Beautiful lob and finish.

2Q 5:42 – The Warriors have cut it to 46-33. Still a lotttt of basketball left.

2Q 4:52 – Golden State has gone on a 9-0 run and it’s a 46-38 ball game. Curry is heating up in a major way, as he now has 16 points.

2Q 3:34 – Cleveland’s up 49-38. Curry just picked up his 3rd foul, which is obviously a huge blow to the Warriors’ comeback chances.

2Q 2:32 – After the Warriors cut it to 8, the Cavs responded with an 8-0 run. Cleveland now leads 54-38.

End of Half – The Cavs are up 59-43 at halftime. Irving leads all scorers with 20, T. Thompson has 11 points and 10 boards, and LeBron has 14 points and 6 assists.

Despite having to sit more than usual with 3 fouls, Curry still lead the Warriors with 18 points. Klay really struggled, scoring just 7 points on 3-12 shooting from the floor.

The Warriors are shooting 29.5% from the floor, while the Cavs are shooting a blistering 55.6%.

Can’t knock the hustle.

Very cool moment.

Absolutely hilarious.

LeBron is a damn monster.

J.R. from the parking lot.

Such a bush league move from Jones.

When he’s not busy punching testicles, Green’s actually a pretty good player.

3Q 6:58 – Cleveland’s up 70-51. Curry picked up his 4th foul, but it probably won’t affect his playing time too much at this stage in the game.

Sublime finish by Curry.

3Q 4:39 – The Cavs are up 76-57. This oop was as good as it gets.

End of 3Q – The Warriors closed the quarter with a 10-0 run to cut the Cavs’ lead to 80-71. Klay scored 15 in the quarter and things might be getting reeaallll interesting.

4Q 10:41 – Cleveland’s up 82-71.

Curry just picked up his 5th foul with 9:49 to go.

4Q 7:00 – The Cavs are up 90-79. Curry’s trying to get them back in it, though.

Before a Smith 3-pointer with 6:30 in the 4th, LeBron scored the Cavs last 18 points.

4Q 4:43 – Cleveland’s up 99-86. LeBron is putting on a clinic in every facet of the game.

4Q 4:22 – Wowwww, Curry just fouled out, went nuts, got T’d up, and ejected. Total frustration.

Mrs. Curry has had enough.

Slow motion is the greatest.

Final – The Cavs won 115-101 to force a Game 7. James dominated tonight, putting up an absurd stat line of 41 points, 8 rebounds, 11 assists, 4 steals, and 3 blocks. Irving chipped in 23 points on 7-18 shooting from the floor.

Before fouling out and getting ejected, Curry had 30 points on 8-20 shooting from the floor. Klay had 25 points on 9-21 shooting from the floor.

Game 7 will take place at the Oracle Arena on Sunday, June 19 at 8:00 p.m on ABC. Getcha popcorn ready.

BUSTEDCOVERAGE Writer
BUSTEDCOVERAGE Writer
Towson University graduate, Maryland resident, chicken parm connoisseur, and "Gin and Juice" karaoke performer. Follow me on Twitter for frequent complaining and Chappelle's Show quotes.
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