(Cleveland) -- If the Cavaliers want to pull off the improbable, it needs to begin Wednesday night. Cleveland heads into Game Three of the NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena against the favored Warriors trailing two-games-to-none.
The Cavs were in the same position in the Eastern Conference finals against the Celtics before rallying to win the series in seven games.
Cleveland has won eight straight at home since losing Game One in the first round to the Pacers.
Steph Curry is coming off breaking the Finals record for three-pointers made in a single game during Golden State's 122-103 Game Two victory.
Game Four is also in Cleveland on Friday.
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