Congratulations to the Golden State Warriors for winning their first NBA championship since 1975. Led by NBA MVP Stephan Curry, the Warriors bested the Cleveland Cavaliers 105-97 in Game 6 of the NBA Final.
After losing by double digits, the Cavaliers did make a go of it in the final minute, but it wasn’t enough.
The Cavaliers did have a remarkable turn around this season with the return of LeBron James. But injuries to both Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving during the playoffs proved costly for the Cavs. King James can’t get a crown on his own.
Once again Cleveland finds itself on the short end of the stick. Cleveland has not won a title since 1964 the Browns won the NFL Championship in the pre-Super Bowl era.
Well, they still have the Indians. They were my pick to win the World Series this year, but at the moment they are 7 games back of the Kansas City Royals in the AL Central.
Still, the night belong to the Warriors who have given their own long suffering fans something to cheer about.
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