NBA Finals: Warriors vs. Cavaliers Game 3, Schedule, Start Time, More

Here’s how you can watch Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (Cavs) Game 3 live stream online. GSW will try to win Game 3 against Cavs to claim 3-0 series lead. Here’s all you need to know about NBA Finals 2018.2 min

Warriors vs. Cavaliers Live Streaming Game 3- 2018 NBA Finals Online, CAVS-GSW Q1 Scores JUNE 2018 06

Get Cleveland Cavaliers (Cavs) vs. Golden State Warriors (GSW) Game 3 live stream free online info and complete box score, as the 2018 NBA Finals scheduled to be played at the Quicken Loans Arena. Here is how you can watch Warriors vs. Cavaliers Game 3 live streaming online (fuboTV Sign up now for a free 7-day trial).

The Golden State Warriors head to Quicken Loans Arena on Wednesday night for the Game 3 of 2018 NBA Finals with a 2-0 series lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

[agg-ad id=”834″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”442″ align=”center”]Golden State have taken a 2-0 series lead over Cleveland for the third straight postseason. However, things are a quite bit fresh this time around. The Cavaliers is without the talented All-Star Kyrie Irving. The Warriors has been without Andre Iguodala thus far in this NBA Finals contest. And the Dubs escaped a controversial ending to secure the series opener in an overtime. Nevertheless, the results remain unchanged and it’s an evident that the Warriors is a superior powerhouse ball club. Meanwhile, LeBron James is showing the general public why he’s still the league’s best player.

Golden State keep on limiting James’ production, no matter how well he remarkably plays. He is averaging 40 points, 10.5 assists and 8.5 rebounds in fist two games of the NBA Finals. James’ also shooting nearly 56 percent from the floor and 46 percent from the range. Perhaps LeBron will get more support from his teammates on their home court most especially off the bench.

[agg-ad id=”434″ align=”center”]On the other side of the court, Stephen Curry is coming off a fantastic Game 2 play where he set an NBA Finals record for his 9 three-points. Klay Thompson, meanwhile, has battled off injury to chip in with 2 massive performances. The rest of the Hamptons Five, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant, have not been so disappointing either. Golden State have made it clear that they will not be resting on their early success heading into Game 3, and not until they take home the title.

It’s safe to say that tonight’s contest is the most pivotal one of the 2018 NBA Finals thus far, as the Cavs are in fundamentally a must-win state — should they go down 3-0 to the hands of the Golden State, we can pretty much witness Warriors their third Larry O’Brien Trophy in just four years. But LeBron James will not retreat without a hard fight, that is for sure.

The final question here is whether he’ll get significant contributions from his teammates most especially from bench, who have been mediocre all playoffs long. The Cavaliers are at home court, however, and players have a propensity to step up in their own floor. The Cavs hopes that’s the case tonight, as it looks to make the series entertainingly interesting.

[agg-ad id=”4520″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”4523″ align=”center”]The Warriors could get an add-on boost from Andre Iguodala, who hasn’t played since the Western Conference Finals. He was listed as questionable for Game 3, and will warm up before the coaching staff determines whether or not he can play tonight.

NBA Finals: Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, Game 3

Date: Wednesday, June 6

Venue: Quicken Loans Arena

Location: Cleveland, Ohio


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Cavaliers vs Warriors NBA Finals 2018 Schedule

  • Game 1—Thursday, May 31: Warriors 124, Cavaliers 114
  • Game 2 — Sunday, June 3: Warriors 122, Cavaliers 103
  • Game 3—Wednesday, June 6: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET
  • Game 4—Friday, June 8: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET
  • *Game 5—Monday, June 11: Cavaliers at Warriors, 9 p.m. ET
  • *Game 6—Thursday, June 14: Warriors at Cavaliers, 9 p.m. ET
  • *Game 7—Sunday, June 17: Cavaliers at Warriors, 8 p.m. ET
  • *If necessary.

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