WATCH: LeBron James rejects Curry, Iguodala in Game 7 win
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LeBron James earned his NBA Finals MVP on both ends of the court, averaging 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds and 8.9 assists while shooting 49% from the field. James also had 16 blocks, including 3 big blocks in a Game 7 win to clinch the 2016 NBA championship for the Cleveland Cavaliers over the defending champion Golden State Warriors on Sunday, June 19 (Monday Manila time) at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.
James got the action started in the second quarter by sending back a layup attempt by reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry and jawing at the Warriors sharpshooter.
James was only heating up. During a tight fourth quarter conclusion, James caught up to Andre Iguodala - last year's Finals MVP - and swatted his shot, which could've given the Warriors a 91-89 lead had it went in.
LeBron is on another level! #NBAFinals https://t.co/TzTkzwPyld— NBA (@NBA) June 20, 2016
The victory provided the city of Cleveland with its first major sports championship since 1964 and earned James his third NBA title. – Rappler.com