CLEVELAND-- Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said the Cavs have great three-point shooters and they have to keep shooting them if they're open, despite shooting just 27 percent from behind the arc in Game 3.
"(The Warriors) are doing a good job of trying to defend the line, but we also had some open shots that we're missing that we're capable of making," Lue said. "So we just have to do a better job of taking our shots, taking them with confidence. And that's who we are. We have three-point shooters, and when we're open, we need to take them."
The Cavaliers shot just over 27 percent in their game 3 loss making just 12-of-44 attempts.