Why the Warriors will win the NBA Finals

Solenn Plantier
Mai 31, 2017

He then returned to the Cavaliers, advancing to these past three Finals, with a championship last season.

"All I care about is how well we work together and how much of a team that we play together", James said. One talented player can have a huge impact on their team.

But even if Thompson remains cold from the perimeter, the Cavaliers aren't going to ignore the league's best shooter not named Curry - which will, in turn, open up more space for Curry and Durant to operate.

"I know it wasn't a good pass", Curry told ESPN as he shook his head from side to side.

As James and the Cavaliers prepare to face the Golden State Warriors and their collection of All-Stars in the NBA Finals, he is leaning on the experience he has had in previous postseason matchups against great San Antonio and Boston teams. "It was Green who was suspended for Game 5 of last year's Finals for a swipe at James" groin - and Golden State wound up squandering a 3-1 series lead and chance at a repeat title. "Thirty teams suit up every year trying to get to this point, and only two teams do".

At long last we have the Cavs and the Warriors colliding for the third straight season which has never happened in the history of the NBA Finals. "Honestly, we didn't want IT to go down".

NBA Finals Game 1 favorites have given their opponents an average of -6.25 points per game since 1991, which is pretty much on par with the Warriors' Game 1 line. It made me go back to that. Everyone wants to say, "Ah, man, this is boring" and this that and the other, but you usually don't appreciate something until you don't have it anymore. It's like.we're in the NBA Finals. "But we're going to enjoy this for a couple more days before we have to lock in on that juggernaut out west". Every night was hard. It couldn't have been that LeBron just had the occasional off night, no, he's way too superhuman for that. Weve got to come out and play.

Another teammate, Draymond Green, believes the Warriors and Cavaliers easily advancing in the playoffs is a "great thing" for the National Basketball Association. So you have to appreciate it. Love said. "It's going to be a great series and I think Draymond is speaking out of emotion, excited".

"Right now it's just time you have to block out everything. He's doing a lot more movement, which makes it even tougher to guard after being one of the tougher scorers I've ever seen". "I still think about it". However, Love is averaging an impressive tally of 17.2 points and 10.4 rebounds this postseason while shooting an impeccable.475 from the three-point range.

Three-time National Basketball Association champion LeBron James said earlier in the playoffs he has nothing left to prove as far his National Basketball Association legacy, citing two titles with the Miami Heat and coming home to bring one to Cleveland as his biggest critic-silencers.

And now, with Durant and Brown infused, these two teams meet for the third straight time on the sport's biggest stage - a ideal script navigating them to this point in history.

Golden State's big weakness during this season has been rebounding and particularly offensive rebounding.

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