2017 NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers Make Comeback in the Series
The 2017 NBA Finals started on June 1st, 2017 and will be played till 18th of June, 2017. It is for the 3rd consecutive year that same two teams are playing in the NBA Finals. Defending champions Cleveland Cavaliers are playing against Golden State Warriors to retain their title. Hopes are high for Golden State Warriors. As per the expectations, Warriors are leading in the tournament with 3-1. It was hoped that the Warriors will be leading towards a clean sweep but Cavaliers surprised everyone with a major comeback. Here is how Cavaliers made resurgence in the series and the glimpse of the 2017 NBA Finals matches played so far. 2017 NBA Finals: Cleveland Cavaliers Make Comeback in the Series
Cleveland Cavaliers Fightback for Victory
Crushing the hopes of Golden State Warriors, the Eastern Conference Champion Cleveland Cavaliers won the match by 137-116. It was like a dream come true for Cavaliers as the team made a comeback from 3-1 deficit in the finals. The team made first step towards attaining first-winning title post trailing series 0-3. The very favorites Warriors failed in front of the Cavaliers this time. The team which was thought to be losing came out real strong unexpectedly in the fourth match of the 2017 NBA Finals. It is indeed fascinating to see LeBron James leading his team towards victory in the highly anticipated league of the basketball universe.
A Flashback of the Matches
As per the anticipation and various predictions, Golden State Warriors took the lead in the 2017 NBA Finals in the quest for avenging their last year’s defeat. The team played outstanding in the first 3 matches of the tournament smashing the Eastern Conference Champions Cleveland Cavaliers. In the very first match Warriors defeated Cavaliers 113-91. Following the same streak, the team filled with players like Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, and Draymond Green lead their team towards the victory of 132-113. The same happened in the 3rd match as the team won by 118-113. But, anything can happen in the basketball universe, and it was proved when Cavaliers defeated Warriors by 137-116 in the 4th match of the 2017 NBA Finals. Although Warriors lead the series, anything can happen in the upcoming matches.