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The result remained the same but Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers' made sure their NBA Christmas Day match-up lived up to to the hype.
The reigning champion Warriors won the day 89-83 cheap nba jerseys free shipping despite being without starting small forward Harrison Barnes and coach Steve Kerr who attended the game and continues his slow recovery from off-season back surgery.
But the Cavaliers (19-8 win-loss) proved they still had plenty to challenge the Warriors (28-1) as Lebron James scored a game-high 25 points with nine rebounds while throwing down two powerful late game dunks and making a chase-down block on cheap nba jerseys wholesale Warriors guard Ira Clark.
The Warriors' fast rising star Draymond Green took a major step cheap replica nba jerseys towards his first NBA all-star berth with 22 points, 15 rebounds and seven assists in 38 minutes while powering much of the home side's transition play cheap youth nba jerseys.
The two Australians in the game, Warriors centre Andrew Bogut and Cavs guard Matthew Dellavedova, were right in the thick of the action again.
Bogut blocked four shots plus four points and seven rebounds cheap nba jerseys while Dellavedova came off the bench to score 10 points and grab five rebounds in 30 minutes on court.
"We knew it was going to be intense so it was good to come out and have a good performance," Bogut said.
"It was an ugly game for most part, it wasn't a free flowing, cheap nba basketball jerseys offensive game like most of last season's Finals was but the team got it done."
Dellavedova was also greeted with a string of boos when he entered the game in the first quarter and resumed his close-guarding of Warriors superstar Steph Curry who scored 19 points and added seven rebounds and seven assists despite cheap nba jerseys from china missing much of the second quarter while getting treatment after re-hurting his calf.
Dellavedova said guarding Curry was an even tougher for the Cavs as he had improved his game during the off-season.
"I'm sure it's tough to improve when you are already that good - he found those extra one-percenters and obviously worked hard on his movement off the ball and his ball handling," Dellavedova said.
"It's one of 82 games but anytime you play against the team who beat you in the finals you would be lying if you didn't say there was a little bit extra on the game.
"We really wanted to win this but you have to keep in the back of your mind that we have a lot of things to improve on."
Dellavedova added he wasn't too perturbed by boos from cheap authentic nba jerseys Warriors' fans who took issue with his close-checking of Curry in last year's Finals.
"There is a passionate fan base here, it was similar in Chicago," Dellavedova said.
"I have a pretty thick skin from my time in college, I don't think it's going to get any more intense than at Gonzaga or BYU when they are there 60 minutes before the game and are yelling and screaming from close range while you warm up.
"It's all part of the experience."
As for whether he could see Australian sports fans embracing Christmas Day sport, Dellavedova said he didn't see it happening.
NBA players generally have their Christmas cheap nba jerseys for sale celebrations on December 23 or December 24 depending on what day they have free then families come to watch if they play on Christmas.
"I don't think so - all Australians love just hanging out with their families and friends," Dellavedova said.
"People like having barbecues and playing backyard cricket and, for those living nearby, going to the beach or the pool.