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"From Yahoo Sports: The Cleveland Cavaliers will try to make history and stay alive by winning Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night against the defending champion Golden State Warriors. Home and facing a must-win, the Cavs recall the agony of the 2015 NBA Finals when the Warriors sealed the championship in Game 6 at Quicken Loans Arena. Only two of 32 teams down 3-1 in NBA Finals have managed to take the series to seven games, the last time in 1966.", sports.yahoo.com
"Cleveland, June 16, 2016 (AFP) -Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut, sidelined by a left knee injury for the remainder of the NBA Finals, said Thursday it is 'very unlikely' he will play for Australia at the Rio Olympics. The 7-footer (2.", timesofindia.indiatimes.com
"From Yahoo Sports: Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut, sidelined by a left knee injury for the remainder of the NBA Finals, said Thursday it is 'very unlikely' he will play for Australia at the Rio Olympics. 'I'm not great at math, but six to eight weeks minimum is what I've been told,' Bogut said. Bogut suffered the injury blocking a shot by Cleveland guard J.R. Smith and landed awkwardly.", sports.yahoo.com
"https://youtu.be/-5XUhD5dafI J.R. Smith’s biggest contribution to the Finals so far for the Cavaliers might be removing Warriors starting center Andrew Bogut from the series. In the third quarter of Game 5, Smith drove into the lane and was met by the towering Australian, who blocked his shot. An off-balance Smith crashed into Bogut’s legs. Bogut was removed from the game and the Warriors announced Wednesday he’s out for the series with bone bruises in his left knee that will take six-to-eight weeks to heal. For once, Smith wasn’t responsible for a dirty play, but the former Knick still took umbrage at insinuations he was to blame. “I injured him?” Smith asked. “So it’s my fault? I was trying to go up, he blocked my shot. I fell slow to the ground and he went down. It’s a basketball play. It’s not like I’m out there trying to take his legs out.” Smith is averaging a third-best-on-the-team 9.6 points", nypost.com
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