Cleveland Cavaliers player J.R. Smith has high hopes that his team will take home another NBA championship, at least that’s what one tweet read following Game 3 of the finals.
After the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cavs in an exciting match, Smith tweeted: “Cavs in 7.”
The tweet simply proved that Smith believes the Cavs will end the series with a bang in Game 7. But did he speak too soon, considering the Warriors are already leading 3-0? According to several fans, yes.
After being blasted for speaking too soon after a loss, the tweet disappeared from Smith’s timeline. It was later revealed that the athlete’s account was hacked.
He later told Cleveland.com, “I got out of the shower and my phone was buzzing. I did not tweet that. I’m smarter than that.” And while many NBA spectators thought it was too much, it did give high hopes for Cavs fans who fell to a dead silence in the last final minutes of Wednesday night’s game.
“I do believe, but I didn’t tweet that,” he told the outlet. “I would be much smarter than that than to tweet that at literally 12:04, right after the game.”
Game 4 of the finals is on Friday night at 6 p.m. in Cleveland. If the Warriors win, they will not only be the finals champions, but will also be the first team in NBA history to finish a postseason 16-0.
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