LeBron James: Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers wouldn't accept White House invite

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LeBron James said before the start of the NBA Finals that the Cleveland Cavaliers will draw on their experience.

"For me, tonight will be tough", LeBron James admitted after Wednesday's loss. The Warriors are now 7-1 against the Cavs in the Finals with Durant after going 7-6 in the two previous Finals against Cleveland without him. The Golden State Warriors are averaging 110.6 points on 47.9 percent shooting and allowing 101.2 points on 42.7 percent shooting. 'I think we've done a great job of playing here throughout the course of the play-offs.

Cleveland ended up losing the game, 124-114, and James' visible frustration at Smith became our frustration to repurpose for anyone who has dealt with disappointment at work.

"I thought we played a good first half", Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said. "We know it. We'll see if we can do it".

'We've got to take care of home, ' he said.

The Warriors seized a commanding 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven NBA Finals and by winning game four Friday can complete the first championship series sweep since Cleveland was blanked by San Antonio in 2007.

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All-Star Kevin Love said Tuesday the Cavaliers are focusing on communication on defense to spark their offense and get more punch to stand up to the Warriors.

There's still a long way to go until the Cavaliers are back to contending against the Warriors in the NBA Finals, but plays like this certainly give Cavaliers fans hope that the series is not over yet. If the Cavs are going to have any chance against the greatest collection of talent ever assembled, he'll need to keep up that level of play. So I would upgrade him to questionable. And while the Warriors came back to win Game 4, a tone had been set - one that carried through the rest of the series. "But, for the most part, throughout 48 minutes, you just can't have a bunch of those, especially not against this team".

Instead, the Warriors toured the National Museum of African-American History and Culture with local students when they visited Washington to play the Wizards in late February.

"I saw LeBron score 29 out of 30 against the Pistons, I said that was the best playoff performance I'd seen since I've been on television", NBA legend Charles Barkley told NBA TV.

But a lot of the angst won't be about the Warriors, it will be about James.

"We've been very persistent, very resilient throughout this whole season no matter what's been going on", he said.