After a long season and what has sometimes felt like an even longer playoff run, we are once again in the process of figuring out who will win the 2018 NBA Finals. As in the last four years, the match is between two NBA heavyweights: the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
No matter which side you're playing on, it's certainly an exciting series, whether you're watching on your TV or.
Wait, it's the warriors and cavaliers again?
Despite the best efforts of promising teams like the Houston Rockets, the Boston Celtics and the Toronto Raptors, the Warriors and Cavaliers managed to do it again. Some fans have enough of the same match every year, but there are many reasons why these two teams keep coming back.
Although the Warriors were favored early in the season, they had some rocky stints this year, wondering if they could return to the NBA Finals. Injuries caused two times MVP Stephen Curry to play in just 51
The Cavaliers were seen as an even longer shot for the NBA Finals. After selling the all-star guard Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics and receiving Isiah Thomas, who was due to be injured in January, the prospect was surprisingly bleak. But if you are the best player in the history of the NBA, it became impossible to dominate the Cavaliers. The Celtics were preferred to win the series against the home-winning Cavs, but Lebron would eventually go through a seven-game series.
Although the warriors are highly favored, these teams know each other very well, and as we learned in the match between these two teams in 2016, anything can happen.
Why should I rooteln for the Warriors?
For years, the Warriors almost never came to the playoffs, let alone the NBA Finals. In fact, when they won the championship in 2015, it was 40 years since their last NBA final. The team's rise began with Stephen Curry's 2011 plan, with the team making a series of compelling designs, trade and development decisions that turned them from a joke to a powerhouse. Although they have been dominant for years, it took a lot of work to get there, which could justify your fandom.
The Warriors also play fantastic team basketball. Even with four All-Stars on the grid, each of them has demonstrated the ability to either play a game or play effective, selfless basketball. If you like seeing efficient, finely tuned favorites then that's the right team.
Why should I root for the Cavaliers?
If you like the best all-rounder in basketball, you do not need Lebron James. He can do anything. He will pass, shoot, block, defend and dive, and he is consistent from game to game. And in the playoffs, he takes it to a whole other level, averaging almost a triple-double game, justifying why he is known as the king. The team also has supportive talent with the hot-shooting Kyle Korver and the stray J.R. Smith. Although Smith is not consistent, if he gets hot, he can play a game of three-point rain, even if the Splash Brothers would envy him.
The fact is, though they've made it so far, these guys are the underdogs that go into this series, and not everyone loves Durant's coming together with a stacked team last year. If you like Lebron or just want the favorites to go down, those are the cavs you should fight for.
How can I observe it as a coachman?
Immediately start looking for sports bars in your area that shows the game or bug your friend who did not cut the string. But if neither is possible,.
Which social account of the NBA should I follow?
Follow the team's Twitter accounts, which are @warriors and @cavs . These accounts receive team-specific video highlights, commentary and stats during the game, and a fan-oriented experience. There are also great fan accounts with tons of original content such as Golden State of Mind ( @unstoppablebaby ) for the Warriors or FearTheSword ( @FearTheSword ) for the Cavaliers
During the regular season, players can enjoy their unique perspective while playing basketball, but during the playoffs and championships, many players avoid the social media to focus on the game. For example, Lebron James ( @KingJames ) has not tweeted since April 14, and Stephen Curry ( @ StephenCurry30 ) has not since April 18. For some guys that are a bit tweeting, try JR Smith ( @TheRealJRSmith ) by the Cavaliers or Javale McGee ( @JaValeMcGee ) by the Warriors.
Where should I go for the NBA Finals reviews and analyzes?
Of course, for feedback and analysis, you can watch the commentary on television after the game, but there are a few more places that are more suited to your own pace
For the analysis of longtime fans, you met the same fan sites as Golden State of Mind or FearTheSword. As you get a general overview of the TV broadcast, you'll find profound analysis from fans like you on these pages. If you're a regular fan of the team, you can also engage in in-depth discussions during these finals, the upcoming off-season, and next year's regular season and beyond.
To be the most heated commentary from the NBA community, try r / NBA or r / NBADiscussion on Reddit. Reddit also has team-specific subreddits with r / Warriors for the Warriors and r / Cleveland Cavs / for the Cavaliers. The beauty of Reddit is that you can always jump into game threads, catch up on the latest memes and post-game analytics without having to contribute. Lurking has its advantages!