The Golden State Warriors won their second National Basketball Association championship in three years in a 4-1 series victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday. "And Draymond [Green] was like, 'Keep playing to the end.' Andre [Iguodala] is like, 'Keep playing".
It's not clear if James shares the view of Cavs coach Tyronn Lue and team owner Dan Gilbert that the proverbial "gap" between Cleveland and the Warriors is small.
Durant shot 14 for 20 and Curry the two-time reigning MVP who took a backseat as the new big star got acclimated finished off a brilliant postseason.
"I can't believe we're getting this question already", Lacob said.
"Because I knew he wanted it", Wanda Durant responded. In this series, I just stayed in the moment.
"They're going to be around for a while", Cavaliers forward LeBron James said after suffering his second Finals defeat in three years to a Warriors team that went 16-1 in the playoffs.
One Warriors fan wants to make sure the other players follow suit, so they started an online petition for everybody on the team to not go to the White House to celebrate their championship. We struggled at first, then, as a smart team does, that plays together, that's unpredictable out there, they figured it out, and when I was hurt, they took it to another level.
Here are some moves the Cavaliers could do to improve and go back to the NBA Finals next year. But even so, the collection of talent and skill and shooting and unselfishness and dominance that defines this Warriors team is something we've never seen before.
More surprising than the Warriors being the favorites is the fact that the Celtics are third behind Cleveland and Golden State.
The Game, who's notorious for beefing other artistes and celebrities, said point blank that LeBron isn't on the level of his Airness and The Black Mamba 'cause he's just done too much losing'.
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