Andre Iguodala on Finals block: 'If J.R. is not there, I'm dunking it'
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NEW ORLEANS -- It is now widely known as "The Block," and Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala has heard about it countless times. "Believe me, I hear it all the time," he said in an interview centered on "The Block." The iconic scene took place at Oracle Arena in Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Warriors. The scoreboard read 89-89 with 4:39 remaining in the contest, and both teams would struggle on offense for the duration. In the midst of that four-minute span of missed field goals and turnovers, it became apparent that whichever team scored first likely would exit the arena victorious. The Warriors were shut out, ending the game with 89 points, while the Cavaliers benefited from the heroics of? Kyrie Irving, whose clutch, step-back 3-pointer over Stephen Curry propelled Cleveland to its first NBA championship. However, before Irving's pivotal trey, the Warriors...
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