The Cavs And Warriors Might Be Doing This Finals Thing For A Long Time
The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors are the heavy favorites to reach the NBA Finals for a third-straight season, something that’s never been done by a pair of teams in the NBA’s 70-year history. It’s also reasonable to think it could be years before anyone overthrows them in the finals, because of their youth.
What did the Golden State Warriors, feel when they saw the same movie all over again? The same same situation took place on Christmas Day when Kyrie Irving outplayed two-time MVP Steph Curry, and the Cleveland Cavaliers won against the Warriors.
Cleveland actually ended their 52-year draught in Game 7 of the NBA finals.
And it’s all thanks to Irving. Now, they should trade Curry, according to the internet know-it-alls.
So, Warriors 108-109 Cavaliers, FINAL.
Here’s what’s been going on at the end of the game. The Cavaliers took a 20-second timeout, after which Jefferson tried to tie the game with a three. But nothing happened. There was some hassle on the court, attempts that failed and the Warriors took a timeout with only three second left on the clock until the end. Then Durant missed a three points shot, and the Cavaliers won.