NBA Finals Tip Off Tonight
It's going to be a familiar scene when the NBA Finals tip off tonight at ORACLE Arena in Oakland.
The Warriors and Cavaliers do battle for an NBA-record fourth straight year as the best-of-seven series starts tonight with Game One.
Cleveland's only victory came in 2016 when it erased a 3-1 deficit and stunned the 73-win Warriors in seven games.
Cavs forward Kevin Love's status is unknown as he continues his recovery from a concussion during the Eastern Conference finals.
Warriors wing Andre Iguodala has already been ruled out with a leg contusion.
Cleveland star LeBron James says if others don't want these two teams to keep meeting, someone should stop them.
"Teams have had their opporutnies to beat the Cavs over the last four years and teams have had the opportunity to beat the Warriors over the last four years," says James. "If you want to see somebody else in the post-season then you have to beat them."
Golden State is shooting for back-to-back titles and three in four years.
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