Smith says the Cavs remain confident despite Golden State's dominance.More news: Google will start distributing Android 8 this summer
The Warriors lead the series 2-0. "I did not tweet that", Smith told me as he walked out of the locker room after his postgame interview session before a crowd of cameras at his locker. According to several fans, yes. But I didn't tweet that.
However, J.R. has since deleted the Twitter post and said someone hacked into his account.More news: Ariana Grande Resumes Tour After One Last Tribute to Victims
Cleveland Cavaliers' J.R. Smith has sports blogs going nuts. Whoever tweeted this, they're definitely in full-on Believeland mode. "I'm smarter than that". And while many National Basketball Association spectators thought it was too much, it did give high hopes for Cavs fans who fell to a dead silence in the last final minutes of Wednesday night's game.
"I always think it's sort of insane that we have these press conferences two hours before the game", the coach told reporters Wednesday, via Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today.More news: Kuwait seeks to mediate Arab crisis over Qatar
Game 4 of the 2017 NBA Finals will take place on Friday night. If the Warriors win, they will not only be the finals champions, but will also be the first team in National Basketball Association history to finish a postseason 16-0.