LeBron on Warriors: 'probably most firepower I've played against in my career'
The King had some high praise for this Warriors squad after Game 3
LeBron James has done everything humanly possible to try and will the Cleveland Cavaliers to victory in the 2017 NBA Finals, but it just hasn't mattered. He's averaging a triple-double in the series, putting up 32 points, 12.3 rebounds, and 10.3 assists per game, and in Game 3 alone he played 46 minutes, and finished with 39 points, 11 rebounds, and nine assists.
Still, the Cavaliers are down 3-0, and face an even more difficult hole to climb out of than last season.
After Game 3, LeBron reflected on the Warriors' performance so far in this series, and noted that this bunch is, "probably the most firepower I've played against in my career."
I would say it's definitely the most firepower he's played against. This Warriors team has multiple MVPs, had four players make the All-Star team this season, may have the Defensive Player of the Year and Sixth Man of the Year, and is on the verge of running the table in the postseason, setting multiple records along the way.
Not only are they the team with the most firepower LeBron has played against, this Warriors team could stake a claim to having the most firepower ever.
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