Cavs the champs but Warriors the favorites in the NBA Finals

"That's kind of how I look at it", Brown said. He scored 6 points and missed all five of his 3-pointers. They're going to make adjustments.

"This is not going to be a secret that we hold onto and surprise everybody with to trick anyone", Myers said in an interview on 95.7 The Game on Thursday.

"I'm sure they feel like they could play better but we feel like we can shoot better", Warriors interim coach Mike Brown, filling in for Steve Kerr while he recovers from complications after back surgery, said after watching Golden State shoot 42.5 per cent from the field. Then our ball movement and our flow allows everyone else to get baskets as well.

That's why Golden State looks unstoppable right now.

"I think we played well", James said.

The Cleveland Cavaliers had seven days off in-between finishing off the Boston Celtics in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals and beginning their third straight appearance in the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. The Cavaliers have to find a way to slow down this Warriors team, but has few weapons to actually do it. Irving and Kevin Love are both minuses defensively, and can be exploited at will. As heavy favorites in the 2012 finals, Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat James and the Miami Heat by double-digits in Game 1 before losing the next four games. And his defense is the reason why we we're one of the best defensive teams in the league as well. "We had a ton of turnovers".

Amusing thing is for Cleveland, the Cavs had the answer they needed to just that three months ago in Andrew Bogut.

LeBron James acknowledged that Durant is the difference between this series and 2016.

But even with better execution and effort, the Warriors may simply have too much for the Cavs to handle - and it starts with KD.

Raiders punter Marquette King offered Warriors point guard Stephen Curry some advice on his celebration form from when he kicked his leg up in celebration.

Just because Cleveland is trailing by a game early in the finals, it does not mean that the odds are against them at all. He took 16 shots tonight. "So when he's not shooting the ball, that doesn't take him out of his game, that doesn't lower his confidence". "That's one of the things that we need, a guy who can go get a bucket, get to the foul line. And we were really, really good in that department of just being ourselves, playing Warriors basketball, knowing there's a lot of talent on the floor".

I'm a Cavs fan, so if we have to talk about the NBA Finals can we just talk about Rihanna?

So here comes Game 1 in the rematch of the rematch everyone wanted and anticipated.

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