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We have ourselves one hell of a series!

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The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Golden State Warriors on Sunday, 95-93 on the road in overtime. It is the first time that Games 1 and 2 of an NBA Finals series went into overtime. It's also the first time that Cleveland has won an NBA Finals game in franchise history, so LeBron James' celebration at the end of the game is certainly warranted. The dude has no Kyrie Irving and no Kevin Love on his side, yet he willed Cleveland to a win over a team that was heavily favored to win this series.

Game 3 is at Quicken Loans Arena at 9 p.m. tonight. You can watch it on ABC or WatchESPN. Enjoy this exciting championship series.