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Twitter Hails King James and the Cavs in NBA Finals

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For the fourth year in a row, the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers will elbow it out for an NBA title. Like the previous three series, the Warriors enter as the heavy favorites, with a better record during the regular season and a far more balanced lineup. To be fair, that hasn’t always been enough—Cleveland famously erased a 3-1 deficit in the 2016 Finals to win its first-ever championship. Both teams are coming off grueling seven-game battles in the conference finals. Golden State narrowly defeated the Houston Rockets, and Cleveland was able to hold off the Boston Celtics. Injury concerns could potentially keep out key players: Cavaliers all-star forward Kevin Love missed Game Seven against the Celtics with a concussion, and Warriors role player Andre Iguodala sat out the last four games against Houston after hurting his left knee. Even sans Iguodala, the Warriors don’t have many excuses, considering they have four future hall of famers on the roster. LeBron James is averaging 34 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 8.8 assists this postseason, but he’ll need a healthy Love and a healthy dose of assistance from others to make this competitive. Twitter is rooting for the underdog @Cavs, who have a 70 percent positive score over the past three days, compared with 64 percent positive for @Warriors. –Alex Shultz



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