◼️ For a fourth consecutive season, Golden State and Cleveland will be measured in a series that will define the NBA title.
The NBA will have for the fourth consecutive year the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers playing the Final Series after the first eliminated this Monday in Game 7 to the Houston Rockets.
Golden State found in Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry their best scorers with 34 and 27 points, respectively, to win 101-92 over Houston, who imposed an NBA record by missing 27 consecutive triples in this decisive engagement, ending with a miserable 7 of 44 in that category.
James Harden was the top scorer of the defeated Rockets – who had the best record of the league in the regular season – to achieve 32 goals, by 23 of Eric Gordon.
The Warriors are the fifth team to reach four Finals in a row, joining Celtics, Lakers, Heat and their next rival, Cavaliers.
In what has become a Classic of the sport, Golden State will look for their 2ns straight championship and their third crown in the last four years.
On the other side of the court will be LeBron James and the Cavaliers, who go for the second ring in the history of the franchise, with its only one in the 2015-16 season against the Californians.