They weren’t supposed to win. This comeback wasn’t supposed to happen. But now, facing elimination for the second time in four days, the city’s mood had changed. Another win didn’t just mean surviving another day; it would push the series to a decisive Game 7. The world still doubted, but in Cleveland millions of fans were coming together with a common belief: Mere survival was a thing of the past. LeBron James was brilliant with a second consecutive 41-point game. Kyrie Irving dazzled with 23 of his own. And just like the city itself, the home team came together as one, tallying a series-high 24 assists. In a single game, “The Land” had come from the brink of elimination to the doorstep of history.