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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

In the 2014 playoffs against the NBA's best defensive team, Kyle Korver averaged 7.7 3-point attempts per game and made 42.6% of them.

Cleveland close to ending title drought?

The city of Cleveland has gone nearly 51 years since winning a major sports title, and when you consider all of their major pro teams, Cleveland franchises have completed 143 SEASONS since last claiming a league championship.

J.A. Adande @jadande

Cavs won ECF with almost no input from their 3 No. 1 overall picks from 2011-14. Makes me wonder how many #1 picks it would take to = LeBron

Adande: Warriors, Rockets primed

Houston thrives on the edge, and Golden State got a wake-up call with Stephen Curry's spill. Will it all add up to a performance worthy of the West finals? No more complacency

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LeBron: All 15 guys are on the same page

LeBron James has been preaching "sacrifice" since April. And the Cavs followed the script to get to the Finals. How Cleveland got here

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Cavs celebrate in style (with a hot tub)

After sweeping the Hawks, LeBron James, J.R. Smith and the Cavaliers hit the hot tub, took a news-conference selfie and much more as part of a jubilant postgame celebration. Cavs live it up

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Warriors looking to close out Rockets

Golden State is 15-2 all-time with a chance to close out a series at home, best in NBA history. In all, the Warriors have won 5 straight home games with a chance to clinch and haven't lost such a game since the 1976 Western Conference Finals. Game 5 is tonight at 9 p.m. ET on ESPN.

LeBron James: This team is 'very special'

"To know how far we've come as a group ... I think that's special in its own right."

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Cavs into Finals for second time ever

Cleveland's 30-point win Tuesday was the second-largest in history by a team completing a 4-0 sweep to reach the NBA Finals. The Cavaliers have yet to win an NBA Finals game, however, as they were swept by the Spurs in 2007 in their only appearance.

ICYMI: Blatt leaves his star hanging

It's about the only thing that went wrong for the Cavs on Tuesday night. After sharing a moment with his star player, Cavs coach David Blatt left LeBron hanging to attend to the remainder of the game.

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SportsCenter @sportscenter

The Cavaliers are heading to the NBA Finals for the first time since 2007 after a sweep of the Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals.