Bold Predictions for Game 6 of Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors in 2015 NBA Finals

By Jerry Landry
Bold Predictions for Game 6 of Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors in 2015 NBA Finals
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Bold Predictions for Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals

Bold Predictions for Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Is Delly time over? Will the 2015 NBA MVP capture the 2015 NBA title? Will the Cavaliers surrender it all in Cleveland? Game 6 could answer every inquiry, and this is how it could all go down:

Bold Predictions for Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals

Is Delly time over? Will the 2015 NBA MVP capture the 2015 NBA title? Will the Cavaliers surrender it all in Cleveland? Game 6 could answer every inquiry, and this is how it could all go down:

LeBron James Will Have a Triple-Double by Halftime

LeBron James Will Have a Triple-Double by Halftime Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Talk about not going down without clawing. For the entire game, James will put up 45 points, 20 rebounds, 15 assists and put down everything left in the King's tank. Will this go down as LeBron's last stand? Let's hope not, because outside of Game 4's final quarter, this series has been awesome. Give us one more game, then we'll figure out what to do with ourselves during the dead zone.

LeBron James Will Have a Triple-Double by Halftime

Talk about not going down without clawing. For the entire game, James will put up 45 points, 20 rebounds, 15 assists and put down everything left in the King's tank. Will this go down as LeBron's last stand? Let's hope not, because outside of Game 4's final quarter, this series has been awesome. Give us one more game, then we'll figure out what to do with ourselves during the dead zone.

Andre Iguodala Hits More Threes Than Klay Thompson

Andre Iguodala Hits More Threes Than Klay Thompson Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Before this series began, you would've butchered me in the comment section. Now? You probably still think I'm crazy, but you see my point. Andre Iguodala is an under-appreciated assassin. But it's not Golden State selling Iggy short, it's Cleveland. If the Cavs continue to roll off Iguodala in help-side defense, then expect open corner threes to continue to fall.

Andre Iguodala Hits More Threes Than Klay Thompson

Before this series began, you would've butchered me in the comment section. Now? You probably still think I'm crazy, but you see my point. Andre Iguodala is an under-appreciated assassin. But it's not Golden State selling Iggy short, it's Cleveland. If the Cavs continue to roll off Iguodala in help-side defense, then expect open corner threes to continue to fall.

J.R. Smith Makes the Most Boneheaded Play in NBA Finals History

J.R. Smith Makes the Most Boneheaded Play in NBA Finals History Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
When J.R. Smith isn't sinking step-back threes, the former New York Knicks' disgruntled guard is killing the Cavaliers. With a despondent Smith on the floor, the Cavs are the epitome of lost. Look for Mike Miller to get some additional old-man minutes, while Matthew Dellavedova and James rarely leave the floor. All after Smith does something so ungodly ill-advised, David Blatt is forced to bench him and Internet meme generators are urged to erupt.

J.R. Smith Makes the Most Boneheaded Play in NBA Finals History

When J.R. Smith isn't sinking step-back threes, the former New York Knicks' disgruntled guard is killing the Cavaliers. With a despondent Smith on the floor, the Cavs are the epitome of lost. Look for Mike Miller to get some additional old-man minutes, while Matthew Dellavedova and James rarely leave the floor. All after Smith does something so ungodly ill-advised, David Blatt is forced to bench him and Internet meme generators are urged to erupt.

Stephen Curry Drops 40

Stephen Curry Drops 40 Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
Just as Curry gets comfortable, it's almost all over. But I'm sure the Warriors would be just fine winning an NBA championship if it meant a few off-nights from the MVP. Curry's hot performance in Game 6 might be the deciding factor, even if it's too little too great.

Stephen Curry Drops 40

Just as Curry gets comfortable, it's almost all over. But I'm sure the Warriors would be just fine winning an NBA championship if it meant a few off-nights from the MVP. Curry's hot performance in Game 6 might be the deciding factor, even if it's too little too great.

Matthew Dellavedova Sits Out 4th Quarter

Matthew Dellavedova Sits Out 4th Quarter Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Dellavedova is the toughest S.O.B. the Finals may have ever seen, but even this amazing Aussie can't keep the magic flowing forever. Delly's put so much on the floor that he'll have nothing left in his body. If Cleveland is to carry on, it'll have to be without Dellavedova during crunch time.

Matthew Dellavedova Sits Out 4th Quarter

Dellavedova is the toughest S.O.B. the Finals may have ever seen, but even this amazing Aussie can't keep the magic flowing forever. Delly's put so much on the floor that he'll have nothing left in his body. If Cleveland is to carry on, it'll have to be without Dellavedova during crunch time.

David Lee Puts Up a Double-Double

David Lee Puts Up a Double-Double Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
I'm not sure if you'd call this a comeback performance or not, but you would be able to call David Lee the prodigal son of the playoffs.

David Lee Puts Up a Double-Double

I'm not sure if you'd call this a comeback performance or not, but you would be able to call David Lee the prodigal son of the playoffs.

Golden State Puts Up 110 Points, Wins Title

Golden State Puts Up 110 Points, Wins Title Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
Homecourt advantage in the NBA Finals is almost an abstraction. Golden State has found their stride, and it won't matter how clamorous the crowd is at Quicken. The Cavs are limping around on fumes and the Warriors will gracefully put Cleveland out of their misery.

Golden State Puts Up 110 Points, Wins Title

Homecourt advantage in the NBA Finals is almost an abstraction. Golden State has found their stride, and it won't matter how clamorous the crowd is at Quicken. The Cavs are limping around on fumes and the Warriors will gracefully put Cleveland out of their misery.

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