A statistical look at the 2016 NBA Finals, where the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in seven games:
1: Player to play for both teams that met in the NBA Finals in the same season (Anderson Varejao, Warriors).
1: Team to erase a 3-1 deficit and win the NBA title.
4: Teams to win Game 7 of the NBA Finals on the road.
5: Coaches, including Cleveland’s Tyronn Lue, to win an NBA title in his first season.
5: Players to win the NBA Finals MVP three times.
6: Consecutive Finals appearances for Cavaliers forward LeBron James (the first four were with the Miami Heat).
6: Double-digit victories in the series. Only Game 7 was close (93-89, Cavaliers).
10: Teams to lose in the Finals after winning the previous year, the last being the Heat in 2014.
14: Meetings between teams in the Finals after facing each other for the title in the previous season.
14: Consecutive shots missed by the Warriors’ Harrison Barnes, a run that spanned games 5-7.
15.7: Rating for Game 7, which is the highest since a record 22.3 rating for Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals, when the Chicago Bulls clinched their second three-peat with a win over the Utah Jazz.
16: Blocked shots in the series by the Cavaliers’ LeBron James, which led all players.
32: Three-pointers made in the series by the Warriors’ Stephen Curry, which led all players.
41: Highest single-game scoring output in this year’s Finals, accomplished twice by LeBron James (Games 5 and 6) and Kyrie Irving (Game 5).
52: Years since the city of Cleveland won a championship in a major sports league (Browns, 1964 NFL title) before the Cavaliers ended the drought.
62: Assists in the series by the Cavaliers’ LeBron James, which led all players.
79: Rebounds in the series by the Cavaliers’ LeBron James, which led all players.
82: Field goals made in the series by the Cavaliers’ LeBron James. He took 166 shots and was 13 for 35 from outside the arc.
99.9: Points averaged by the Warriors in the series, which was 15 points less than what they scored in the regular season.
208: Points scored in the series by the Cavaliers’ LeBron James, which led all players.
292: Minutes played in the series by the Cavaliers’ LeBron James, which led all players. James’ teammate Kyrie Irving was second among all players with 273.
Compiled by Noel Harris