Jun. 13, 2017
Tonight is Game 4 of the NBA Finals, and we are all waiting to see if the Warriors can complete an undefeated playoff run with a victory that would clinch their 2nd championship in 3 years. Also, it would avenge a disheartening loss in last year's finals where they blew a 3-1 lead. And last but not least, they would do something to the King, Lebron James, that has happened only one other time in his postseason career, lose a series without winning a game. LeBron has been spectacular this series and at times Kyrie Irving has been unstoppable, but the Cavs can't match the sheer firepower the Golden State Warriors possess. When it is argued whether Draymond Green or Klay Thompson is your 4th best player, you have an embarrassment of riches. The wounds are still deep from last year's title failure after winning a league record 73 games, but in 48 minutes tonight, they could close that wound just a little bit. The Cavaliers will play hard and come out with intensity, which they did in Game 3 and it still may not be enough to win. I can't see history repeating itself with a Cleveland comeback, but I can start to see history being rewritten with a Warrior victory.