The Cleveland Cavaliers have stormed back from a 7-point deficit at the break in the third quarter, but the story of the first half was the performance of Draymond Green.

Green, who has been under the microscope during these Finals after being suspended for Game 5, came out firing in the decisive game of the series, and he was hitting on all cylinders.

The two-time Defensive Player of the Year runner-up went 8-for-10 from the field, hitting all five three-pointers that he took for a total of 22 points. He also added six rebounds and five assists.

Those 22 points are the most at halftime by one player in a Game 7 of the NBA Finals since Walt Frazier dropped 23 for the New York Knicks back in 1970.

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