Three games in and LeBron James is on the cusp of the most dominant individual performance in NBA Finals History.
He's averaging 41 points, 12 rebounds, and eight assists. Although his efficiency is not ideal (40% FG, 35% 3FG), Chris Broussard says the King "is completely controlling this series" and that credit can be attributed to his former team down in Miami.
"He's become a much better leader and that credit goes to the Heat," Broussard said on the Marc Hochman Show with Zach Krantz. "Pat Riley, Miami, his experience down there, clearly made him a much better leader and it's showing. He's engendering confidence in these guys and he's making them believe."
The Cavs lead the Warriors 2-1 in a highly entertaining series that continues Thursday night in Cleveland.
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