All-time greatest! Stephen Curry and the 2016 Golden State Warriors team are a lock to repeat as champions. Here’s why they will again beat LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
The Golden State Warriors are the best team in the history of the NBA, period, and they will repeat as champions. The Cleveland Cavaliers are strong but Stephen Curry, 28, is having the best season of his life and will carry his Warriors to another title. Keep reading and I will tell you why LeBron James, 31, is going to get denied again!
Here it is basketball fans. The Golden State Warriors will win beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals in 7 games. That’s right, this one is going to go the distance. The Warriors, who proved their mettle against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals, are destined to repeat as champions. They broke the ’96 Chicago Bulls 72 win regular season record after starting the season 16-0 and also battled back from a 3-1 game deficit in the Western Conference Finals.
Oh, and how about the Warriors MVP, Riley Curry‘s dad, the guy that Warrior’s Coach Steve Kerr says looks like a 12-year old boy, 3-time NBA All-star point guard, NBA Champion and arguably the best shooter to ever play the game, Steph Curry. This guy is lights out from all over the floor, has improved every year for the last four years, something LeBron has never done, can play injured, and will be the reason the Warriors win this series.
The Warriors had a match-up problem with the Thunder who were longer, bigger and stronger than Golden State. Yet the champions persevered and brought down the giants. The Cavaliers don’t pose the same issues to the Warriors who already know how to beat these guys. The last time these two met was on January 18th, 2016 and the Warriors thumped LeBron at home 132-98, ouch. This series could get ugly.
What do you think HollywoodLifers? Let me know why I am wrong in the comments below, or better, tell me why I am right! Who do you like in this huge NBA Finals rematch?