Lebron Shows Curry Who the Best Is

For all the chatter around Steph Curry and his Golden State Warriors entering into tonight’s matchup with the Cleveland Cavs and Lebron James, it turned out to just be talk. And talk is cheap.

Lebron reminded Curry and his splash brothers that he is still the reigning champion despite being on a new team.

King James dropped 42 with 11 rebounds and his Cleveland team won by 11, 110-00, over the team with the best record in the NBA. It was a season high for James who also broke Scottie Pippen‘s NBA record for career assists by a forward when he found Kevin Love for an open triple.

 

If Steph Curry wants to win this years MVP, Lebron proved he is still the best player in the league with his performance on Thursday.

Curry had 18 points.

Game Notes:

Warriors coach Steve Kerr was given a technical foul in the second quarter and had to be separated from official Bennett Salvatore after Draymond Green was assessed a technical in the third.

Green added 16 points for Golden State, but Klay Thompson was held to 13 on 5 of 13 from the field.

Center Kendrick Perkins, signed by Cleveland on Tuesday, entered the game midway through the second quarter and received a loud ovation in his home debut. He committed two fouls in 2:13 and was pulled.

Warriors: Golden State has three more stops on its season-high, six-game trip. . Kerr picked up his eighth technical of the season, tying him for second in the league among coaches. . Kerr said he will likely rest C Andrew Bogut and F Andre Iguodala at some point during this trip.

 

Written by Catfish Hughes

Catfish Hughes

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