LeBron James compares Warriors to Patriots after Game 3 of NBA Finals

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James admitted that the Warriors, who lead the series 3-0, are more talented than the Cavaliers.

"It's nearly like playing the Patriots", James said. Durant kept the Warriors in a game they never controlled until the last few suspenseful minutes. Instead, the four-time MVP reflected on the huge talent that he and his teammates have had to play against in the last four NBA Finals series.

Just when it seemed as if the Cavaliers might win their first game of the 2018 NBA Finals, Durant hit a 3-point dagger from the wing for the second year in a row, prompting Warriors teammate Draymond Green to roar and silencing a deafening crowd at Quicken Loans Arena. "I think it's one of the most underrated things when you talk about the success that we've had - because you can't really measure it". "I went back for you for your question", James said.

Against a team like the Warriors, James understands that making stupid mistakes simply can't happen. Kevin Durant. You've got two guys with MVPs on their team.

James, who has been linked to the Lakers, Sixers and Rockets if he opts for free agency, said he knew that with him, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami they were good basketball minds.

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This solo eruption turned out to be enough for the Warriors to escape with a 110-102 win as Steph Curry struggled with 11 points on a 1-of-10 shooting from downtown.

However, Golden State clawed its way back. "They're going to make runs". "We have another opportunity on Friday to win on our home floor.to extend the series".

Last offseason, Durant took roughly $10 million less than what a max salary would have earned him on his deal with Golden State so the team could re-sign Andre Iguodala and backup point guard Shaun Livingston. "They just think that you go out, and, 'Oh, LeBron, you're bigger and faster and stronger than everybody, you should drive every single time and you should dunk every single play and you should never get exhausted, never.' Like it's a video game and you went on the options and you turned down fatigue all the way to zero and injuries all the way down to zero". That series, one where the Warriors led 3-1, changed when they couldn't finish the job while being presented with serious adversity.

"We have a lot of talent as well", James noted.

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