2018 NBA Finals

Golden State Warriors defeat Cleveland Cavaliers 4-0

2018 NBA Finals MVP: Kevin Durant, Golden State Warriors

Game 1 June 1 Golden State Warriors 124 @ Cleveland Cavaliers 114

Game 2 June 4 Golden State Warriors 122 @ Cleveland Cavaliers 103

Game 3 June 7 Cleveland Cavaliers 101 @ Golden State Warriors 110

Game 4 June 8 Cleveland Cavaliers 102 @ Golden State Warriors 108

The Golden State Warriors are the 2018 NBA Champions. The Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-85 in Game 4 of the 2018 NBA Finals on Friday night at Quicken Loans Arena, completing a sweep and winning back-to-back titles.

The Warriors rallied from a first-half deficit to move ahead for good midway through the second quarter. They outscored the Cavs by 14 points in the third quarter and cruised from there.

Kevin Durant led the way with his second straight NBA Finals MVP award, scoring 20 points to go with 12 rebounds and 10 assists. He became just the sixth player to ever record a triple-double in an NBA Finals clincher. His finals average of 28.8 points per game was also the highest since Shaquille O’Neal’s 30.7 in 2000.

The Warriors become just the ninth team to complete a clean sweep in The Finals and first since San Antonio did it against LeBron James’ Cavaliers in 2007. They accomplished this feat without All-Star forward Andre Iguodala, who missed Game 3 due to a knee injury but played in limited minutes off the bench in this one. He did not score, but he provided a spark defensively during his time on the floor early on before sitting out much of the

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in four games (4–0) to win their third title in four years. Kevin Durant was named Finals MVP for the second straight year.

The Golden State Warriors are NBA champions for the third time in four seasons. They beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 108–85 to win the best-of-seven series 4–0 and claim their second consecutive title.

It was a mismatch of a series, with James leading both teams in all five major statistical categories but getting minimal help from his supporting cast. The Warriors, meanwhile, got contributions from throughout their roster while leaning on one of the greatest players of all time in Durant to close out the series.

Golden State Warriors defeat Cleveland Cavaliers 4-0.

Game 1: Warriors 124, Cavaliers 114

Game 2: Warriors 122, Cavaliers 103

Game 3: Warriors 110, Cavaliers 102

Game 4: Warriors 108, Cavaliers 85

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