NBA PLAYOFFS in 2 Days: Who You Wit??

Thirty teams entered the 2014-15 NBA season with a clean slate. Sixteen squads turned those blank canvases into a playoff berth. 
Now, ahead of the 2015 NBA Finals, just two franchises remain.
All these months and games later, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors stand alone. The next phase of their championship hunt begins on June 4, when the NBA Finals actually tips off and the race for the Larry O'Brien Trophy speeds toward its epic conclusion.
The Warriors are still riding a regular-season high. They became just the10th team in league history to notch at least 67 victories and have lost just three times during the playoffs, despite navigating a rationale-rending Western Conference bracket.
Injuries to Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love threatened the Cavaliers' championship chase in the first round. Love is done for the postseason after undergoing shoulder surgery, and Irving has been playing through a sore left knee.
Even so, the Cavaliers are here, largely because of two-time NBA champion LeBron James. It's on his back that Cleveland steamrolled the Eastern Conference, posting a 12-2 record through three rounds.
This matchup has a little bit of everything. It pits the current MVP inStephen Curry against a four-time MVP in James. Two rookie head coaches will be waging sideline warfare in Golden State's Steve Kerr and Cleveland's David Blatt.
James is leading a group consisting mostly of NBA Finals first-timers against a Warriors contingent comprised only of NBA Finals first-timers.
Spotlights don't get any brighter. The stakes don't get any higher. The Cavaliers and Warriors will put everything on the line in this best-of-seven series, fighting one last fight for the right to stand completely and utterly alone.

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