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McFarlane Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship 3-Pack – Overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds, the Cleveland Cavaliers were crowned 2015-16 NBA Champions! In was also the city of Cleveland’s first professional sports championship in over fifty years.
Configuration: (4) 3-packs per case
Order Due Date: August 19th, 2016
Release Date: December, 2016
The Cavaliers faced the defending champion Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals. Led by reigning MVP Stephen Curry, the Warriors set the single season NBA wins record with 73. The Cavs found themselves on the brink of elimination down 3-1 in the best of seven series. No team in NBA Finals history had ever come back from such a deficit.
In a performance for the ages, Finals MVP LeBron James poured in back-to-back 41 point games. Cleveland completed an epic comeback defeating the Warriors in seven games. In doing so, James, an Ohio native, fulfilled his promise to “win one for ‘The Land.'”
McFarlane Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship 3-Pack – Product Details
The McFarlane Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship 3-Pack features highly detailed figures. Starring LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, & Kevin Love, the figures come sculpted in Cleveland’s alternate blue uniform. They are also accented with the official NBA Finals patch.
In addition, accessories include a detailed, scale replica of the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy. It can be showcased on a Cavaliers championship themed sectional bases.
LEBRON JAMES – Becoming only the third player to ever have a triple-double in Game 7 of the NBA Finals, LeBron James earned his third Finals MVP award. During the series, James led both teams in points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks, becoming the only player to ever accomplish this feat in any playoff series.
KYRIE IRVING – Cleveland’s All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving averaged 27 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists during the NBA Finals, and had an unbelievable 41 point performance in Game 5. In Game 7, Irving drilled a three pointer with 10.6 seconds left in the game, giving Cleveland the lead they would ultimately keep to clinch their title.
KEVIN LOVE – Rounding out Cleveland’s “Big 3,” power forward Kevin Love averaged 15 points and 9 rebounds throughout the 2016 NBA Playoffs. In their decisive Game 7 victory over the Warriors, Love led the Cavaliers with 14 rebounds.