Cavaliers’ Christmas Day comeback vs. Warriors stokes NBA’s hottest rivalry

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A look back at the top moments from this past weekend in the NBA.
USA TODAY Sports

CLEVELAND — 

There was no air of satisfaction in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ locker room Sunday after the defending champs overcame a 14-point fourth quarter deficit to notch their fourth consecutive win over the Golden State Warriors.

Nor was there talk of a Finals three-quel that would be the first in NBA history.

The down-to-the-wire victory was nothing short of a Christmas Day miracle to the 20,562 fans in Quicken Loans Arena. But to the Cavs, it was just another tally in the win column.

It was another step forward in the LeBron James-led journey that reached uncharted territory 189 days earlier when he helped put an end to Cleveland’s 52-year title drought.

“It’s Dec. 25,” said Kyrie Irving, who hit the game-winning shot. “We’ve got a ways before we even start considering the carryover or anything else like that.

Article source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nba/2016/12/26/cavaliers-warriors-christmas-day-nba-rivalry/95848256/

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