Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warriors Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview NBA Finals 2018 Game 2 Full HD
It’s time to run it back again. The Golden State Warriors and the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers are playing in the NBA Finals for the fourth consecutive year.
The series tipped off with a wild and exciting Game 1, which included quite the dramatic finish. After an opener like that, there’s no shortage of anticipation heading into Game 2.
The Cavs should be at full strength after news that both Tristan Thompson and Kevin Love for Game 2. They have to be kicking themselves after giving away Game 1 due to mental mistakes.
The Warriors, on the other hand, are probably just happy to be up 1-0 with a chance to lead 2-0 before heading to Cleveland.
Although LeBron James is playing as well as he ever has, the Warriors still have the best starting lineup in the NBA. Although Andre Iguodala missed Game 1, and likely Game 2 as well, there’s still an outrageous amount of weapons on Golden State’s roster.
Despite all that talent, however, the Warriors still needed seven games to defeat the top-seeded Rockets in the Western Conference finals.
Golden State played well, but it was also the biggest challenge the Warriors have faced since Kevin Durant joined forces with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Co. Besides that, they breezed through the playoffs on their way back to the finals.
No. 2 Golden State Warriors vs. No. 4 Cleveland Cavaliers
Where: Oakland, California at Oracle Arena
When: Sunday, 8 p.m. ET
The Cavaliers, on the other hand, have had a rough road back to this rematch. It took seven games in the first round against Indiana and they needed a superhuman effort from LeBron James against Boston in the conference finals, winning four of the final five games of the series to punch a ticket to the Finals. However, they’re back again and that alone should be seen as an accomplishment after a drama-filled season.
Regular-season series: Warriors took both regular-season meetings against a completely different Cleveland team that featured Dwyane Wade, Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder. Curry missed the Christmas Day meeting due to injury.
Last season’s playoff results: Warriors defeated Cavaliers in five games to win the 2017 NBA Finals.