LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were able to win their first NBA championship in 2016, using a strategy of sheer volume. They played more games than any other team during this season’s playoffs, but they still ended up losing to the Golden State Warriors.
LeBron and his teammates followed suit from last year by playing an additional three extra games at home before winning Game 5 on Steph Curry’s 3 pointer as time expired. The Cavs have been champions for 18 out of 25 seasons since 1990-91, so that is extremely rare without having won it all with 16 wins or fewer over those 24 years before LeBron came along in 2010-11 when he led them to 4th place in the East while they lost only one game between January 15th through April 7th 2011 after starting 12-6 with him not reentering until February 27th (they would go 17-1).
The core concept behind what LeBron did was “showing up.” This has proven difficult for teams like Boston Celtics and LA Lakers who are constantly knocked off early despite being top contenders every year because they can’t maintain consistency due to injuries/personal issues or just lack overall talent compared to their opponents – sometimes very much so such as 13 seed Portland beating 2 seed Houston Rockets earlier today which means if you frequent on Twitter then you know about how disrespectful people are towards Damian Lillard
How do the NBA championships work?
The NBA has a system of teams that are divided into conferences. Each conference is then split into two divisions. The top team in each division plays the other for the championship, with the winner of each game playing in the finals.
Who created NBA?
The National Basketball Association was created in 1946 by a group of basketball enthusiasts who were dissatisfied with the way the game was being played.
How tall is curry?
Curry is a type of dish that is typically made with meat and vegetables in a spicy sauce. It can be served over rice, or wrapped in a flatbread called naan. The dish originated in India and has spread throughout the world.
What does E mean in NBA standings?
The NBA standings are a ranking of teams in the National Basketball Association. The number is used to determine which teams qualify for the playoffs and who gets home court advantage.