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2017 NBA Finals

The 2016 NBA Finals will tip off on June 2nd, with a potential game 7 scheduled for June 19. The NBA Finals will feature a rematch of last season, with the Golden State Warriors taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cleveland Cavaliers clinched a 2nd straight berth in the NBA Finals after knocking off the Toronto Raptors in 6 games in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. 2016 will mark the 6th straight NBA Finals appearance by LeBron James, who looks to bring a title back home to Cleveland. The Warriors will be looking for a 2nd straight NBA Title while adding to their remarkable 73 win regular season. Its Curry vs. LeBron II, in the 2016 NBA Finals.

Game 1June 2
  • Warriors 104 Cavaliers 89
  • Oracle Arena
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Game 2June 5
  • Warriors 110 Cavaliers 77
  • Oracle Arena
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Game 3June 8
  • Cavaliers 120 Warriors 90
  • Quicken Loans Arena
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Game 4June 10
  • Warriors 108 Cavaliers 97
  • Quicken Loans Arena
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Game 5June 13
  • TBD at TBD
  • Oracle Arena
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Game 6June 16
  • Warriors at Cavaliers
  • Quicken Loans Arena
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Game 7June 19
  • Cavaliers at Warriors
  • Oracle Arena
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2015 NBA Finals Results: The 2015 NBA Finals featured the return of LeBron James to the Finals for the 5th straight season. This time, LeBron led a resurgent Cleveland Cavaliers team that is making its first finals appearance since LeBron left Cleveland 5 years ago, and only the 2nd ever appearance in the NBA Finals. LeBron, Kyrie Irving, and the Cavaliers will take on a Golden State Warriors team led by newly crowned NBA MVP Steph Curry. The Warriors will be looking to add their first NBA Title in 4 decades. Both the Cavaliers and the Warriors dominated their conference finals and come into the 2015 NBA Finals riding a wave of confidence. The Warriors will enjoy home court advantage throughout the 2015 NBA Finals, with games 1 and 2 taking place at Oracle Arena, as well as if necessary games 5 and 7. The 2015 NBA Finals looks to be a duel between the two best players in the NBA and two teams playing at their absolute peak. Golden State was able to bring home the hardware in 6 games, defeating the Cavaliers 4-2 in the series.

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