It's hard to call it anything less than incredible. The Cleveland Cavaliers prevailed in one of the most epic battles for a championship in the history of the NBA.
It was a game where both the Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors entered with the same exact number of points in the series (610 each) and ended, for the first time in the series, with uncertainty of the outcome heading into the final two minutes.
It was ultimately a three-point basket by Kyrie Irving that broke a 89-89 tie and put the Cavs ahead for good. LeBron James earned the NBA Finals MVP after tallying a triple-double with 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists. It was just the third triple-double during Game 7 of the NBA Finals in league history.
In what is the first championship in any of the four major sports for the city of Cleveland in 52 years, the moment can be summed up by LeBron himself: