Published: Fri, June 01, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Five questions that will decide NBA Finals

Five questions that will decide NBA Finals

The story of the Golden State Warriors recruiting Kevin Durant during the 2016 offseason is pretty well known.

A Cavs spokesman told ESPN that Love has made progress through the protocol process after entering it four days ago, a outcome of a head-to-head collision with Boston Celtics rookie Jayson Tatum in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.

His play this postseason has been legendary, and the accomplishment of leading this Cavaliers team to the Finals is just another feather in his cap. Both of the championship-ready kicks feature tonal uppers with gold detailing on the heel and tongue, a speckled white midsole for a pop of contrast, and a translucent outsole with further gold speckled detailing.

But seriously, maybe one of them just isn't owning up to the truth here.

With only two days between games after the Warriors eliminated the Rockets 101-92 on Monday night, Draymond Green is happy to have an opponent in Cleveland he knows so well.

Paul enjoyed a terrific second half and produced one of the best performances of his career to will the Rockets to a win but it was obvious that his chances of playing again in the series were effectively over.

"If we want to see a different Finals, then we've got to have other teams win or we've got to set up a different system and not make it Eastern Conference and Western Conference, but make it based upon the records", Van Gundy asserted at another point.

Game 7 of the Western Conference finals is a ideal example of how the Warriors can strike quickly. LeBron James willed his Cavaliers back to the big stage with another spectacular performance as Kevin Love sat out.

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Considering the Cavs star has now been to the NBA Finals eight times in a row, it's safe to say he's lived up to the "Chosen One" billing given to him 16 years ago.

He also said that even if the Warriors win he will do something for the fans of Cleveland because of the support he has received.

James pointed out that the Warriors are oozing with talent even beyond that, including Shaun Livingston, who was the fourth overall pick in the 2004 draft, and David West, a two-time All-Star.

The Cavs finished their series Sunday at Boston, so James spent a relaxing Memorial Day with family having a barbecue. However, if we have learned anything in the last 15 years, it's that we should never count out LeBron James. This year they have averaged 101.2 points and scored fewer than 100 in eight of their 18 playoff games - with five of them in the 80s.

Shaun Livingston has been the best fifth man with the rest of the Hampton's lineup (Curry, Durant, Thompson, Green), but he's not as good a defender and more of a midrange shooter.

Durant is the type of player who can turn a close game into a blowout in a matter of minutes, and the Cavs will have to come up with a plan to at least try to slow him down a little.

"It's the craziest thing that the two teams that had the highest stake in Irving ended up playing each other for the ticket to the Finals and Kyrie's not involved with either of them".

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