Despite a strong first quarter from the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 of the NBA Finals—they shot 60 percent from the field—the Warriors came roaring back.
Exhibit A: Andre Iguodala.
The lynchpin of Golden State’s comically talented second unit profited nicely from a team steal in the second quarter, roaring down the center of the floor like a freight train before rising, largely unchallenged—a wise decision for his opponents—to slam it down with a fully extended right hand.
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It was a majestic jam and early evidence that the Dubs were looking to get back out on the break after the Cavs held them to just 14 fast break points in Game 4. And in the end, the Warriors beat the Cavaliers 129-120 to win their second NBA Championship in three years.