The Cleveland Cavaliers recently dug themselves into a huge hole, losing games one, two, and three of the 2017 NBA Finals, which had them down 0-3 in the series against the Golden State Warriors. Just like last year, the Cavs are down to this great Warriors team, but everyone on the Cleveland roster still believes that they can turn this series around, just like last year. Not only do the Cavaliers believe they can do it, so does young Philadelphia 76ers superstar Joel Embiid.

Joel Embiid averaged 20.2 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 0.9 steals, and 2.5 blocks in an injury-filled but very impressive first season.

After being drafted in 2014 with the third overall draft pick, Embiid's injuries kept him out of the first two possible seasons, but he eventually had his time in the 2016-17 season.

Embiid believes in Cleveland even when down 0-3

Joel Embiid recently took to his Twitter to discuss his opinion on the NBA Finals after watching the Golden State Warriors take the victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3.

Joel is known to make many controversial statements on Twitter and has called out big celebrities and athletes in the past. As an avid NBA fan and player, the man nicknamed "Trust The Process" is always making sure to leave his thoughts and opinions on certain players and teams on his social media account, and this is just another example of it.

The Cavaliers could make more history

Last year, in the 2016 NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers got themselves into a similar hole, down 3-1. Even while facing such insurmountable odds, they then did the unthinkable -- taking it one game at a time, and ultimately defeating the Golden State Warriors 4-3 to take the title and bring it home to the city of Cleveland.

This year the Cavaliers are in a similar but possibly even harder situation, being down 3-0 against the Golden State Warriors, with Kevin Durant on their side this year. It will be a tall order to get even one victory against this team, let alone four in a row, but Cleveland are up to the challenge.

The Cleveland Cavaliers just won Game 4 of the NBA Finals 137-116 over the Warriors.

LeBron James led the way with a triple-double (31 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists) and Kyrie Irving dropped 40 points. Huge performances from the big three and the Cavs' bench have put the team in position to try to make history yet again, and come back in this series. Maybe Joel Embiid made a good point after all.