Warriors do not need to be perfect to beat Cavs say pundits

  • Warriors do not need to be perfect to beat Cavs say pundits

Warriors do not need to be perfect to beat Cavs say pundits

Often times the simplest answer is the right one.

And, for these Warriors, their thermal exhaust port very well may be the health of Andre Iguodala.

A good portion of that focus will be the further development of his media company, SpringHill Entertainment, which is now being run by Carter. "I sort of assumed all past year that by the summer I'd get this thing knocked out".

That talk has been around for years, but it really has heated up the past two seasons, especially this season as James made his way to his seventh straight Finals appearance. Let the Warriors score 103 points, they're nearly certainly going to win. There's so much to like about the third chapter of this Warriors-Cavs trilogy.

For the 3rd consecutive season, the Cavaliers will face the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals and the 2016 NBA Champion Cavs have one goal in mind: REPEAT.

Rings alone, though, don't measure the greatness of a player in a team sport because ... well, there are the other guys taking shots, making and missing, rebounding, covering and blowing defensive assignments, doing what they do, alongside. Here's a quick look at some of the interesting facts about the two teams and some of their star players, put together by Opta, the world's leading sports data provider.

For those who forgot in the championship euphoria the Cavs and Northeast Ohio experienced a year ago, the team also had a legitimate shot in 2015 to win a championship before injuries took two huge bites out of its roster. MJ won six titles, and LeBron is seeking his fourth, beginning on Thursday in the NBA Finals against Golden State. These two have plenty of similarities, mostly because each is capable of getting hot enough to single-handedly carry a team to victory. He is dishing out 5.6 assists per game, playing healthy and free and he seems ready to get himself in the best-player-in-the-series discussion.

They can beat the heavily-favored Golden State Warriors.

"You know, it's a little trickier, since this has been going on", the coach added.

BENCHES: The Warriors have a mix of young and old, from Pat McCaw and Ian Clark to JaVale McGee and David West and Shaun Livingston.

"I don't like the attention", he said. Perhaps more vital, however, is what Thompson can do on the offensive glass. So, it's not like there's going to be a lot of wide open shots out there. He'll again be at center stage this week as Cleveland meets Golden State in the third installment of their title trilogy.

"I saw the quote from Kevin Love that he's surprised".

"I'm a Glasgow Celtic fan, a soccer team, Hanritty said with a laugh". But that means nothing now. So you've got to make him work as hard as he can.

Oh, and there's Golden State's Stephen Curry.

"That's what I'm focused on".

-Celebrities. There is more than Drake (Curry) and Dr. Dre (James) to this series. "We don't go into any series saying we're only going to play four games, we can't approach a series like that, like, 'Yeah, we're going to play four.' You approach it with a mindset of, 'Of course we'd love to sweep them but you have to take that game by game".