CAVALIERS FIGHT TO SEE ANOTHER DAY, FORCE A GAME 6

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving both put up 41 apiece as the Cleveland Cavaliers went on to beat the Golden State Warriors and force a Game 6. The duo combined to shoot 33-of-54, making nine of their 15 three pointers. For LeBron, it's almost certain that this was one of his greatest playoff performances of his career as he added 16 rebounds and seven assists to his stat line. Kyrie dropped dagger after dagger to crutch any hope of a comeback by the Warriors, hitting his biggest shots in the fourth quarter. The splash brothers both put up great point totals as well, Klay Thompson with 37 and Stephen Curry with 26, but just wasn't enough. The Warriors were without All Star forward Draymond Green, who was suspended for Game 5 for hitting James in the groin in Game 4. The series now shifts back to Cleveland for Game 6 Thursday at the Quicken Loans Arena.