Golden State Warriors Overcome 3-1 Deficit To Return To NBA Finals

The NBA Finals are set with a rematch from 2015 between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers. The Warriors have been doing seemingly the impossible all season long, and that continued into game 7 of the Western Conference finals, coming back from being down three games to one.

The Dubs took over thanks to Klay Thompson and Steph Curry. Steph set an NBA record, scoring 98 points over the last three games, which is the most by a player staging a comeback. In Monday’s game, Steph scored 36 points, including 15 in the fourth quarter. Final score Warriors 96 – Thunder 88.

Check out the Western Conference trophy presentation

and the Cavs in case you missed it.

Game 1 of the NBA finals takes place Thursday, June 2nd at Oracle Arena in Oakland. Who you got? I’m taking Warriors in 6.

Then we’ll endure all the think pieces on what it means to LeBron’s legacy to go 2-5 in NBA finals.

Seven games MAX. That’s all we have left of this magical NBA season.