The Cavs don’t look too great … their JV team got crushed by the Clippers. Their Big-3 played once again against Denver, and got pretty much man-handled by a team that really isn’t seeing great success or have great talent. Joker Jokic pretty much made a fool of LeBron that one play. They lost by 13, and LeBron James blamed his teammates for the loss, claiming their aggressiveness was poor. There’s the “King” of basketball for you.
As for the Spurs, they have a ring guaranteed if the season keeps going at this rate. Golden State is still without Durant, and they’ve gotten W’s, but their struggles still remain. I will add that Golden State’s blowout wins have been against teams that put no competition to them — Oklahoma City/Dallas.
The Warriors and Cavaliers are the exact same. Warriors are beatable, you just have to execute according to game-plan. As for Cleveland, it’s almost like anyone can march and get a W over them. It’s actually quite funny. For a loaded roster, their record is piss poor. They lose to teams you wouldn’t believe beat them. I firmly believe San Antonio will take another title. The only way it wouldn’t happen is if Durant and GS take it to the West, and Cleveland takes it to the East. But Washington/Toronto/Boston wants a piece of them.
Final Answer for 2017 Champion: San Antonio Spurs
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