Dellavadova was the one who did an insanely good job last night. LeBron is capable of pushing himself and his teammates to success. Don't forget; LeBron is practically unstoppable. There's no one at the position that can stop him (not even Durant), physically speaking, considering that he has his back down in the paint more often now... It was a good buzzer-beating shot, I have to admit, but LeBron can't stay guarding Curry because all of GSW's players are great! I mean in comparison to Curry and Thompson, not so much but in general. They're too quick and shot happy. LeBron isn't as quick (even though he's speedy for his size) and must stay guarding bigger players in the perimeter.
I'm sure LeBron didn't want the burden (again) of being fully responsible for his team's failures and successes. He wants help, he doesn't want to do it alone, which is why he left in the first place. LeBron, now with the other two gone, is probably expected to play 40+ minutes per game if not the entire 48 sometimes.
I still say either Warriors in 7 or 5. I say 5 if LeBron breaks down and has given up. Its happened in the past. When the Spurs were blowing out LeBron and the Heat. Even before this win they had I called 5 just because I knew they'd get in at least one. I love LeBron great role model, very strict minded, a great fighter but I don't see him winning this series, unfortunately. I'm crazy over the Warriors, Steve Kerr did a fantastic job bettering the squad - finally giving them defense!