The 2018 NBA Finals pitting the defending champ Golden State Warriors vs the Cleveland Cavaliers are shaping up for the most part in predictable fashion. The Bay Area group is spearheaded by four all-stars in Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green. Solid complimentary entities such as Shaun Livingston, David West and Andre Iguodala give coach Steve Kerr the versatility to execute the league’s best high-powered offense with the ultimate efficiency.
On the other hand, Cavs superstar LeBron James continue to defy father time by enjoying perhaps his best all around season in 2017-18 and has doubled-down in the playoffs with his ability to play all five positions at a high level. James has not received the dependable from any of his teammates forcing the Akron Ohio native to over-extend at times, mostly being the only threat on his side of the floor.