CLEVELAND (AP) — Once again, it is do-or-die for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The last time they faced that prospect, three nights ago in Oakland, LeBron James and Kyrie Irving combined for 82 points in a 112-97 victory. That win by the Cavs reduced Golden State's lead in the best-of-seven series to 3-2. The Warriors didn't have power forward Draymond Green for that game because he had been suspended by the league. Tonight they won't have center Andrew Bogut, who is out with a knee injury suffered in the previous game.

All that brings us back to this evening's game. If Cleveland wins, the series will shift back to Oakland for a Game 7 Sunday night. If the Warriors walk off the court tonight with the win, they will have their second straight NBA title.