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Fear the Links: Game 7 edition

A bunch of things to read and listen to ahead of tonight's Game 7.

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There is a lot of time between now and the start of Game 7 at 8 p.m. Here's a few options of things to read ahead of the Game's start.

Here at FtS, David Zavac wrote about how Kyrie Irving is building his legacy, Justin Rowan previewed Game 7 and I wrote about how Tristan Thompson's ability to run the floor changed Game 6. At SB Nation NBA, Mike Prada wrote about Thompson's screening and Paul Flannery wrote about Game 7 and how it'll answer a number of questions.

At ESPN, Zach Lowe previewed Game 7 in written form and did a podcast with Kevin Arnovitz.

At Uproxx, Martin Rickman wrote about how LeBron is the most versatile player ever.

At FanSided, FtS' Daniel Rowell wrote about LeBron's path to this point.

At CBS, James Herbert wrote about six questions that will decide Game 7.

At cleveland.com, Joe Vardon wrote a great peace about why LeBron's reasons for wanting to win a title for Cleveland are different than your average fan's.

If you don't want to think about basketball, I'd recommend this piece with several amazing kickers from Atlantic on Jesus' wife, this Chris Jones essay for ESPN FC on rooting for Wales, GQ's Kim Kardashian cover story by Caitly Weaver and/or this New York Magazine profile of Ramona Shelburne by Yaron Weitzman.