Can this be the end of the #NBAFinals in Game 5?
Will the Warriors finally close out the NBA Finals on their home court, or will the Caviliers be able to pull off another historic come back? The Cav’s finally got on track in Game 4 on Friday with a dominating win. If they want to keep the series alive, they will have to have another record breaking night against one of the best teams ever in the Warriors.
Even though the Cav’s seem to be back on track, this game will be at the Warriors who have not lost a playoff game there since the Game 7 in the 2016 Finals against Cleveland. In Game 5 there are many similarities and differences between this year’s finals and last years. The similarities are that the series was both at 3-1 in favor of the Warriors. Another way is that it is at the Warriors arena. However, Golden State did not have Kevin Durant, and last year Draymond Green was suspended.
Even with LeBron James averaging a triple double in the finals, the Warriors are still predicted to win this game therefor closing out the series. The Cav’s hope to keep their momentum going from Game 4, but the Warriors are trying to prove that the last game was a fluke.