A few weeks ago, the NBA announced the Golden State Warriors would be taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers for the 2018 NBA Finals.
The Warriors will have the opportunity to win their first championship since 2012, and the Cavs will have to make a statement that they can win at any level.
The Warriors are already on their way to a title and it looks like the best way to do that is to make the Cavs pay for it.
The Cleveland Cavaliers will have an opportunity to prove that they are the better team in this series and the Warriors will be looking to show that they don’t need a coronavirus to win.
In the last two Finals, the Warriors were the more dangerous team, and a strong series by the Cavs would give the Warriors a chance to prove they belong.
The Cavs are the more experienced team, so it will be interesting to see if the Warriors can be more dangerous in the Finals than they were in the first two.
If you want to see how the Finals will play out, we’ll give you our top picks for the best and worst matchups, and then we’ll go over some of the best, worst, and most surprising matchups in the NBA.
For now, the Golden States Warriors have the advantage.
The Cavs will likely face a team with a bigger margin of victory.
They have a chance at beating the Warriors in a four-game series and it would be a big test for them to play a team like the San Antonio Spurs, who have won four of their last five games.
The Cavaliers have the better chance of defeating the Warriors, and it’s hard to see them beating them.
But the Warriors also have a shot at winning this series.
They’ve already beaten the Cleveland Warriors twice, and they’ll likely face the defending NBA champion again, who is not a particularly well-rounded team.
This series could decide who is the best team in the league and who will be a favorite to win in the 2019 NBA Finals — and who is a little bit closer to the bottom of the league.
We’ll give the Golden Warriors their top pick for each matchup, and we’ll rank them based on the most interesting matchups.
For the Warriors:Golden State Warriors vs. Cleveland Cavaliers (Feb. 11, 2018)ESPN Warriors: 1.
LeBron James, 5.
Kyrie Irving, 3.
Draymond Green, 1.
Stephen Curry, 2.
Dr. Jekyll, 3, Kevin Durant, 2, Drayton.
Stephen Jackson, 4.
Dragan Bender, 3.(Getty Images)(Getty Images): 4.
Kevin Durant (7).
Kevin Love, 2.(Getty: Getty Images)In this series, the Cavaliers have LeBron James and Kyrie Curry as their main threats, but they’ll have to deal with the possibility of Draymont Green, Dragan Borbig, and Jekyl and D.J. Foster, who are all capable of playing a role on the floor.
Curry has been an All-Star in each of the last four Finals, but he’ll have more to prove when he faces Golden State.
James and Curry both have an offensive edge.
They’ll have a great matchup against a team that is better at scoring the ball than defending it.
In this series the Cavs’ biggest weakness will be the defensive frontcourt, which will help James.
Curry will be an important part of the Warriors’ defense.
They won’t have as many options on the perimeter.
In the past two Finals the Warriors have had two different big men, Andre Iguodala and Draydon Cudjo.
This will be another opportunity to see what they can do.
In this matchup, the Cavs have a lot of options on defense, but the Warriors are better than they’ve shown this season.
Kevin Love and Dr.
Jekyll Green are both capable of being effective, and Kyrylo Green is another player that will be able to contribute offensively.
The defense is the biggest weakness of the Cavs in this matchup.
Golden State Cavaliers vs. San Antonio Clippers (March 7, 2018)(Getty Images: Chris Graythenews: 5.
Kevin Garnett, 4.(Getty): 5.
Drayington Green, 2./Getty: AP(Getty: Chris Greythenews): 4.(AP: Andrew D. Bernstein)(AP: Chris Young)In the past three Finals, San Antonio has dominated the series, outscoring the Warriors 36-28.
They’re coming off a series victory in Cleveland, and Golden State will have a bigger advantage on offense.
They should be able’t only guard LeBron James but also the likes of Kyrie, Stephen Curry and Dragan Biberbib.
They can run the floor and have some scoring options, but San Antonio will have some trouble against a well-balanced Golden State team.
The Spurs are an exciting team to watch.
Their best player is Tony Parker, who was named NBA MVP in each series. San