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LeBron James isn't sick of the NBA Finals being Warriors vs. Cavs again: 'Teams have had their opportunities'

Cleveland Cavaliers-Golden State Warriors will lock up once again in the NBA Finals. It will be the first time the same two teams will play for a championship for four seasons in a row.


Kahron Spearman


For the fourth consecutive year, Cleveland Cavaliers-Golden State Warriors will lock up once again in the NBA Finals. It will be the first time the same two teams will play for a championship for four seasons in a row.

 

However, it appears to be at the chagrin of basketball fans who aren't interesting in seeing the same teams, especially in what's frankly a lopsided series going in.

 

LeBron James doesn't have this opinion, putting the onus on other franchises.

Teams have had their opportunities to beat the Cavs over the last four years, and teams have had the opportunities to beat the Warriors over the last four years. If you want to see somebody else in the postseason, then you got to beat them. Or in the Finals, in that case.

LeBron James
Forward, Cleveland Cavaliers

The Warriors stars, including Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant, believe there's no issue playing the Cavs again.

 

"I think it's great," the Warriors forward said. "You just get a great set of players on the court. I mean, it may not be as suspenseful as a lot of people may want it to be or as drama-filled, but that's what you've got movies and music for."

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