Published: Fri, June 01, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

NBA Stephen Curry on Winning NBA Finals MVP: 'Who Cares'

NBA Stephen Curry on Winning NBA Finals MVP: 'Who Cares'

Since the Cavaliers and Warriors won their conference finals by overcoming the Houston Rockets and Boston Celtics, respectively, there have been some complaints about part four of this matchup.

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But with the Golden State Warriors such heavy favorites over the Cleveland Cavaliers in this year's championship round, many are already looking ahead to this summer, when James can opt out of his contract and become a free agent.

Tatum went on to give some cliche analysis about how anything can happen in the National Basketball Association, but it's quite obvious he doesn't give Cleveland much of a chance against Golden State.

WKSU commentator Terry Pluto says this Cavs team is much different than the one that lost in the Finals past year. Here's how " I don't think so", Golden State guard Klay Thompson said.

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"I could be sitting in the Bahamas right about now, but I'm glad where we're at", he said, happy to postpone any offseason vacation plans. Did Steph Curry score more points in the Warriors' wins compared with their losses? Then with Kevin Durant joining Stephen Curry on one side and LeBron James leading the other, the Warriors and Cavaliers sent interest soaring as they rampaged toward the tiebreaker last season.

During that period, James struggled and at times looked as if he were dealing with motivational issues. But in the playoffs, Cleveland used consecutive wins in Canada to begin a shockingly easy four-game sweep in the Eastern semifinals. Lue has to find a way to get Nance and his 20.0 postseason PER on the court.

"He is now listed as out for Game 1 of the NBA Finals and will be re-evaluated again prior to Game 2", the statement said. A big three consisting of James, Paul and James Harden could be enough to dethrone Golden State in the Western Conference.

Larry Nance Jr., Jordan Clarkson, Rodney Hood and George Hill were playing for other teams the last time these teams met.

James said that he and Iguodala were almost teammates but he was picked by Philadelphia 9th in the 2004 NBA Draft one spot before Cleveland would have taken him. For the first time publicly, James told Nichols that he did call management to ask them not to trade Irving. "I haven't seen anyone else do that in our league, with the exception of two people and that's Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Bill Russell". All we see is a juggernaut eyeing its third title in four seasons.

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