The Cleveland Cavaliers did an excellent job of limiting Stephen Curry in their Game 3 victory in the NBA Finals. Switching on screens and playing physical defense, the Cavs harassed Curry into a rather uncharacteristic shooting night for most of the game.

Even after plays were whistled dead, the Cavs' defense kept on Curry, like when LeBron James blocked the Warriors superstar when he tried to dunk the ball after the whistle:

Just absolutely a no-mercy play by James, who was sensational in his own right, finishing with 32 points, 11 rebounds and six assists. James wasn't going to let Curry get a wide open shot off, even if it was after the whistle.

Curry did find his shot for a short period of time and finished with 19 points on 46 percent shooting, but overall, the Cavs did a strong job of limiting him.

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