LeBron says Cavaliers will continue to push the pace in Game 3 vs. Warriors
The Cavaliers were run off the floor by the Warriors in the first two games of the NBA Finals, losing each contest by double-digits. Golden State scored a ridiculous 132 in the second game of the series, and if not for the fact that they turned the ball over 20 times in that one, the beating could have been a whole lot worse.
Cleveland has prided itself on trying to push the pace against these Warriors, despite the humiliating results. And that's a strategy that will continue in Game 3 on Wednesday, confirmed by both LeBron James and Ty Lue at media availability on Tuesday.
"That's not our game," James said, when asked about the possibility of trying to slow the game down. "We don't play slowdown basketball."
"We're not going to change our game because of who we're playing," Lue said. "And I'm confident that we can play that way, and we did it last year. A lot of people said we couldn't. But that's our game. That's who we are. And we're not going to change just cause we're playing Golden State."