In the fourth game of the finals that ended before, the Cavaliers lost to the Warriors 85-108 at home, swept by the Warriors with a score of 0-4.
In this game, the Cavaliers became the star player James played 41 minutes, 7 of 13 shots, “only” got 23 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists.
At this point, the entire playoffs James scored a total of 748 points, ranking second in the NBA history playoffs, ranking first in Jordan in 1992, when he scored 759 points in total.
Averaged 34.5 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 9 assists per game. The second time in his career, he averaged at least 30 points, 8 rebounds and 8 assists in the playoffs, making him the first player in history. Wesbrook and Oscar-Robertson each have one.
This is James’s sixth career loss in the NBA in the finals and ranked third, second only to Elgin Bell’s 7 times and Jerry West’s 8 times. He is also the most losing MVP in history.
After the game, according to the information provided by the American media, James career 9 times into the finals 3 times to win the championship, the finals winning rate of 33.3%; Wade finals winning rate of 60% (5 into the finals 3 times to win); Kobe Bryant finals winning percentage 71% (7th Finals 5 times); Duncan’s total win rate is as high as 83% (6 in the finals 5 times); Curry’s finals is 75% (4 in the finals 3 times); Jordan wins 100%, God!
In the final four games, James averaged 44.7 minutes per game and scored 34.0 points, 8.5 rebounds, 10.0 assists, 1.3 steals, 1.0 blocks, and shot 52.7%.