Golden State of Domination: Warriors win second straight title, sweep Cavaliers in NBA Finals

CLEVELAND – The brightest dreams of the Bay Area and the darkest nightmares of everywhere else – especially here – have come to fruition.

The Warriors, already great then supercharged by Kevin Durant, blazed through the field to win their second straight championship and third in four years.

The 2018 title came with a sweep of the Cavaliers, capped by a 108-85 win in Game 4 Friday. It was the first sweep in the NBA Finals since 2007, when the Cavs lost to the Spurs.

Back then, LeBron James was about to start a three-year contract extension he signed the prior year. This summer, LeBron James holds a player option he could use to leave Cleveland – and many expect him to.

A couple days ago, LeBron reflected on leaving the Cavaliers in 2010 because they weren’t good enough. These historically great Warriors and Cleveland’s inept supporting casthave left LeBron looking spent. Can the Cavs get good enough quickly enough to convince LeBron to stay?

They aren’t close.

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