NBA Finals: LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers Tired Of Being Bullied (Video)

As evidenced by this Bleacher Report video, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are sick of being bullied in the NBA Finals.

Over the last couple of seasons, the Golden State Warriors have won the NBA championship, won an NBA record 73 games, and are now just two wins shy of their second straight title

Along the way they have enjoyed major success against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.


They beat the Cavs in last year’s Finals to win it all, then swept the season series from them this season which including a 30 point blowout win at Cleveland on Martin Luther King Day.

The two teams are back at it again in the NBA Finals this year, and so far, it’s been the same story. Even with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love both healthy at the start of the Finals for the Cavs, they’ve been no match for the defending champions currently down 0-2.

It’s been so bad for the Cavs this series it feels like they’re being bullied.

LeBron and the Cavs must feel really tired of getting bullied at this point. So much so, that Bleacher Report did a funny video clip featuring LeBron, his Cavs, and a classic pickup football game commercial (video above).

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H/T Facebook, Bleacher Report

NEXT: Kevin Love Isn’t Happy With The Cavs Insistence That He Sits Out Game 3

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