Cavaliers Loss to Warriors Blamed on The Kardashian Curse – Superstitious? Details Here!
After days of buzz in the Cavs locker room about the ‘Kardashian curse’, Tristan Thompson reportedly asked Khloe Kardashian to stay home for game four with the hopes that his team can pull off a win and advance to game 5. The NBA star reportedly told her about the talks in the locker room and asked her to watch game four from home. Khloe allegedly thought the concept of a ‘Kardashian cures’ was absolutely ridiculous and too superstitious to be taken seriously, so she attended game four.
By now we all know the results of game four, the Cavs were swept on their home court and the Warriors were again crowned NBA Champions. Does a Kardashian cure exist? The ‘Kardashian curse’ has been talked about for many years now. But as Khloe perhaps rightly said, the concept is ridiculous. Talent wins in everything unless you’re superstitious. The Warriors with Curry, Durant and others out matched LeBron and the Cavs for a well deserved win. The Cavs depended mainly on Lebron to carry the team and trying that against a team like the Warriors is a big ask.
Then again, the Cavs did almost win game one at Golden State if it wasn’t for that problem that happened in the last 4.7 seconds when J.R. Smith grab a rebound with the game tied and blew a chance to win. He thought the Cavs were already ahead in the game. Superstitious?
Congrats to the Golden State Warriors on their CHIP!
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