Against all odds the San Antonio Spurs stole Game 3 from the Cavs and grabbed a commanding lead in the series. The Spurs were out-rebounded, committed more turnovers, had fewer assists, couldn’t hit a free throw (9-for-16) and they STILL won. As good as the Spurs are, the Cavs missed every kind of shot – open shots, guarded shots, threes, runners, pull-ups, spot-ups, lay-ups and scoops. Despite an awful offensive performance Cleveland still did get a chance to tie the game with a potential game-tying 3-pointer with 5 seconds remaining on the clock. LeBron took this shot, he was fouled by Bowen who tried to grab The King with his both hands, however, once again the refs didn’t call it and the ball rattled out ending the whole city of Cleveland hope to get back in the series. No team has ever come back from an 0-3 deficit. It’s time to forget the revelry of being the first Cleveland team ever to reach the NBA Finals, if the Cavs want to accomplish their championship goal, they must become the first NBA team in the history of the playoffs to win a series when trailing 0-3.