NBA: Blatt, Cavaliers on the brink after falling to Warriors to Game 5

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
June 15, 2015 07:08

 
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Israeli-American coach David Blatt's dream of winning an NBA championship may have to wait.

The Golden State Warriors won the battle of small-ball and defeated Blatt's Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91 on Sunday to move within a win of their first NBA title in 40 years.

Stephen Curry scored 37 points and the Warriors withstood a 40-point triple-double from LeBron James to grab a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series.

They can clinch their first championship since 1975 with a win in Game Six on Tuesday in Cleveland.

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