There has been no shortage of fireworks early in Game 2 of a star-studded NBA Finals.
Golden State Warriors center JaVale McGee and Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, specifically, had plays in the first quarter that deserve a closer look.
McGee received a beautiful alley-oop pass from teammate Kevin Durant and made no mistake, slamming it down hard over Cavaliers forward Kevin Love.
Love appeared to be in total disbelief at McGee’s impressive finish at the rim.
Later in the opening quarter, King James went out of his way to make a statement with a steal off a failed behind-the-back pass, finishing it himself with an absolute monster of a dunk.
The score was 40-34 in favor of Golden State at the end of the first quarter. The Warriors lead the series 1-0.
Thumbnail photo via Kelley L Cox/USA TODAY Sports Images
more recommended stories
- Massachusetts – MPP
Legislative battle ends with compromise; implementation.
- For its 10th anniversary, GoTopless organization celebrates a decade of legal accomplishments (censored)
For its 10th anniversary, GoTopless organization.
- Online Sportsbook Tempts Bettors With More Options For Mayweather-McGregor Super Fight
San Jose, Costa Rica: Today,.
- Comedian, civil rights activist Dick Gregory dies at 84
Reuters on Sun, Aug 20th, 2017.
- NFL Blackout – Time To Take A Stand #BlackOut
In 2016, San Francisco 49er quarterback,.
- Report: FDA Asking Patients To Provide CBD Feedback
Finally, the FDA is asking people.
- Misconduct Dooms Bid to Execute OC Mass Murderer
Orange County Assistant Public Defender Scott.
- The Misguided Attacks on ACLU for Defending Neo-Nazis’ Free Speech Rights in Charlottesville
Glenn Greenwald August 13 2017, 10:37 a.m..
- Here’s What A Trump Presidency Means For Cannabis Laws
How will Donald Trump react to.
- Millennial Parents and Their Kids Love Smart Speakers, but Data Privacy Issues Persist
http://www.adweek.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/voice-family-parents-PAGE-2017-652x367.jpg | 11 hours ago Google.