The Quest For Two Begins with a Win


The Quest For Two Begins with a Win

Cleveland Starts their Journey to a second straight NBA title Journey, by demolishing the New York Knicks, 117-88.

Lebron James finished with 19 points, 11 rebounds, and 14 assists Kevin Love added 23 points and 12 boards, meanwhile J.R. Smith had eight points and two assists Carmelo Anthony finished with 19 For the Knicks.

The Star of the show: of Course Kyrie Irving, finishing with 29 points, and two rebounds. The Cavs Led by as many 21 in the fourth and showed no signs of letting up the wine and gold shot from three-point range even a couple of spectacular no look passes, and alley oop dunks kept cavs fans out of their seats.

Before Tip-off fans, players, coaches, and staff took the time to take in a magical moment, something the city of Cleveland has not seen in decades a world championship Celebration before the start of the game. The Atmosphere was nothing short of ecstatic. 20,000 plus fans Jam packed the Quicken Loans Arena to witness a championship banner being raised for the first time in Northeast Ohio in over 50 years.

“It was pretty Surreal. It was a weird feeling but it was really awesome it made me proud to be a Clevelander, this team did it they brought it home,” Brandon Hofacker said.

The Cavaliers are back in action Friday night as they travel to Toronto For an Eastern Conference Finals Rematch with the Raptors.

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