The Cleveland Cavaliers will look to continue their momentum from a Game 6 victory and complete the biggest comeback in NBA Finals history, Sunday night in Game 7. All tied up at 3-3, against the reigning champion Golden State Warriors, the Cavs will try to win their first championship ever.
The underdog Cavs blew past the Warriors in Game 5 and 6, showcasing LeBron James's and Kyrie Irving's immense offensive skills. The most recent game was marred for the Warriors by Steph Curry's first career foul-out and subsequent ejection from the game after tossing his mouth guard into the stands out of frustration. Both he and coach Steve Kerr were fined $25,000 for the ordeal.
Warriors power trio Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson, however, will look to exhaust James and the Cavaliers' defense and complete their back-to-back championships at home in the Bay Area.
Game 7 begins at 8 p.m. ET from the Oracle Arena in Oakland.
For those with a television, the action can be watched on the ABC broadcast network. Those without a television can catch a live-stream of the game on ABC Live, which requires a login with your TV provider.