LeBron ahead of Game 3 of the NBA Finals: “At the end of the day, I want to win as bad as they do”

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​CLEVELAND, Ohio --  Golden State has a 2-0 lead over Cleveland going into tonight's Game 3 of the NBA finals, just as they did last year.

LeBron James talked to reporters during shoot-around Wednesday. Regarding being down by 2 games, LeBron said, "At the end of the day, I want to win as bad as they do. They have a bad taste in their mouth about what happened last year. We had one in our mouth about what happened a year before."

 The Cavaliers are looking to turn things around against the Warriors just as they did last year, coming home after losing the first two and winning by a rout in Game 3 before going on to win the finals in seven games."

When asked if there was a sense of urgency to win tonight LeBron responded, "There is no urgency from one game to the next. What you want to do is win the series."

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