Warriors vs. Cavaliers Game 7: Score, Live Updates & Must-See Highlights

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8:08 – We’re minutes away from Game 7 of the NBA Finals. If the Cleveland Cavaliers win, they will complete the greatest comeback in NBA history by becoming the first team to overcome a 3-1 deficit. If the Golden State Warriors win, they will cap off a 73-win season with their second consecutive title. The stakes couldn’t possibly get any higher. I don’t even have a dog in this fight, and I’m ready to run through a brick wall. Let’s get this show on the road!
8:10 – The Nature Boy gets it.

1Q 6:58 – We’re tied up at 8-8. Draymond Green had a huge dunk that put the crowd on its feet.

Tristan Thompson might be the unsung hero of this series. Guy does all the dirty work.

Nice move from Mr. Pipe Giver.

1Q 2:29 – We’re all tied up at 16 a piece. It looked like LeBron was playing on an 8-foot rim on this dunk.

End of 1Q – After 12 minutes of play, the Cavs are up 23-22. LeBron lead the way for Cleveland with 6 points. It looks like Kevin Love is playing with a fire under his ass. The much-maligned big fella already has 5 points and 7 boards.
Kyrie is so damn crafty.

Green lead the Warriors with 7 points, while Curry had 6 and Thompson had 5.
LeBron doesn’t seem too fond of Varejao and I can’t blame him.

Wonder if he’ll get an over the pants hand job tonight.

2Q 8:48 – The Warriors are up 29-27. Golden State has hit 6-13 from 3-point range.
The Cavs were 0-8 from 3-point range until getting a 4-point play from Iman Shumpert, of all people.

2Q 5:43 – Golden State’s up 35-33. Draymond is feeling it, as he’s gone 5-7 from the floor and 3-3 from beyond the arc.
Better late than never.

Huge swat from LeBron on Steph.

Beautiful finish.

2Q 2:27 – Golden State’s up 43-40, and the Cavs have no answer for Green. He has 21 points and is a perfect 5-5 from downtown.

What a block.

Halftime – The Warriors will go into the locker room with a 49-42 lead. The story of the first half was the three-point line. Golden State shot 10-21 from downtown, while Cleveland made just 1-14 from three-point range.
Green lead all scorers with 22 points on 8-10 shooting from the floor and 5-5 shooting from beyond the arc. James lead the way for the Cavs, scoring 12 points, grabbing 8 boards, and dishing out 5 assists.
Curry picked up 3 fouls in the first half, which is definitely something to monitor. I hope the front row of fans has their heads on a swivel.

Dave Chappelle is in the house.

That’s pretty damn impressive.

3Q 9:11 – We’re all tied up at 54-54 after an 8-0 run from the Cavs. J.R. is on fire right now, as he’s already scored 8 points in the 3rd quarter.

3Q 7:39 – The Warriors are back up 59-54 after a quick 5-0 run. Curry must’ve seen that Smith-to-James alley-oop highlight a million times like the rest of us.

3Q 4:33 – The Cavs are up 65-59 after an 11-0 run. This game has been a highly entertaining seesaw affair.
Irving with yet another unreal finish.

3Q 2:00 – We’re all tied up at 71-71, and the Oracle Arena is going bonkers. Green has 28 and is 6-7 from 3-point range.

End of 3Q – After 3 quarters of play, Golden State leads 76-75. It doesn’t get any better than this.
4Q 9:06 – Cleveland leads 81-78. Love has given the Cavs some great minutes tonight, scoring 9 points and grabbing 12 boards.
4Q 6:18 – Golden State’s up 85-83. Curry just hit a deeeeep 3 and Thompson followed it up with a long 2.

4Q 2:59 – We’re all tied up at 89-89. They don’t make paper bags big enough for these types of situations.

4Q 1:09- We’re still tied at 89 all. Holy smokes, what a block from LeBron.
Kyrie with a huge 3!!!

Cavs are up 3 with 10.6 seconds to go and LeBron is getting ready to shoot 2 free throws.
LeBron hit 1 of 2. Cavs are up 4 with 10.6 seconds to go.
CLEVELAND WINS!!! THE DROUGHT IS OVER!!! 93-89 is your final score.
It’s Cleveland’s first championship since 1964.

Get it while it’s hot, Warriors.
That’s a wrap on your 2015-2016 NBA season, folks. The Cleveland Cavaliers won their first ever title, and they became the first team to ever overcome a 3-1 series deficit in the NBA Finals.
LeBron had a triple double, scoring 27 points, grabbing 11 rebounds, handing out 11 assists. He was also named the MVP of the series in the biggest no-brainer of the century. Irving had 26 points, including this cold-blooded 3-pointer that virtually clinched it for the Cavs.

Green lead the Warriors with 32 points, 15 rebounds, and 9 assists. Curry and Thompson both came up short, as they combined to score only 31 points on 12-36 shooting from the floor.
This LeBron block was the stuff of legends.
Enjoy your title, Cleveland. God knows it was long overdue.

Warriors vs. Cavaliers Game 7: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel
Warriors vs. Cavaliers Game 7: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel