‘We want to win for the city of Cleveland:’ Cavaliers focus on Game 7

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CLEVELAND– One year to the day after the Golden State Warriors won their title, the Cleveland Cavaliers forced a Game 7.

“Two of the greatest words in the world: Game 7. I’ll be ready. It doesn’t matter where it is,” LeBron James told reporters after the win.

Now, they are focused on bringing a trophy home to Cleveland.

“We want to give the city of Cleveland a championship. We want to give the state of Ohio a championship. We want to give this organization a championship,” head coach Tyronn Lue said.

Lue and LeBronĀ gave credit to the fans, who were on their feet for the entire game.

“They deserved it tonight and it was special to be out there,” James.

“It’s on everybody’s shoulders. We want to win… We want to win for the city of Cleveland,” Lue said.

Game 7 is Sunday night at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California.

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