One single shot from Kevin Durant, made the Golden State Warriors snatch Game 3 from the Cleveland Cavaliers. A 26-foot, go-ahead 3-pointer over the top of an outstretched arm of LeBron James with just under a minute to play.
Durant as usual, was spectacular and will undoubtedly be named Finals MVP once the Warriors win a fourth game. The media are already stepping on people’s toes, stating whether we’re seeing a ‘changing of the guard’ concerning which player deserves to be considered the best in the world.
To me, thats a little early, but like Steve Kerr said in his post interview after Wednesday nights game: “You can tell he knows this is his moment. He’s been an amazing player in this league for a long time. He senses this is his time, his moment, his team. And when I say it’s his team, it’s not just literally his team. It’s that we have a group around him that can create space for him with the shooting and the playmaking. I think he’s having the time of his life out there”
Catch you Monday.