Warriors and Cavaliers Meet in NBA Final for the Fourth Year Running

Kobe Broadwater, Sports Editor

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On May 31, the defending champions, the Golden State Warriors, will meet the Cleveland Cavaliers for a 4th straight year in the NBA finals.  

The two teams will compete tonight for the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy over the course of a 7-game series. The first team to 4 wins in the series wins the championship. The Warriors demolish the Cavaliers in the 2017 finals, proving new addition forward Kevin Durant made a difference and huge impact.

However, on the Cavs’ side forward LeBron James appears in his 8th straight NBA finals. This year’s finals break records because these two teams are the first two teams in NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB to meet in four consecutive finals.

With Warriors key player Andre Iguodala injured for game 1, I feel the Cavaliers have a good shot at winning. Although according to CBS Sports, the Warriors are 12-point favorites in game 1 . However, do not be surprised if James has his team ready to play and pulls off a huge upset for the ages.


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