NBA Finals: Goliath vs. Goliath.

David vs Goliath. Good vs Evil, stories that we’re usually told. That there’s long standing evil and then the chosen one comes along to save planet earth. We all love those stories and it’s easy to pick sides; everyone banks on the good to destroy the evil.

But what if it’s Good vs Good? What if the chosen one is up against an empire that is loved by all? Then it gets really hard to pick sides, and you can just sit and witness the greatest show of all time.

The 2016 NBA Finals Game 7 is a mouth-watering winner-takes-all clash between Goliath and Goliath, where two titans face off for the ultimate glory of lifting the Larry O' Brien trophy and to be crowned as the best basketball team in the world. It’s perhaps the one of the greatest NBA finals match up of all time, between Cleveland Cavaliers and The Golden State Warriors, where records are being broken and history is being made.

Cleveland is lead by LeBron James, one of the greatest players to ever play the game, while the Golden State Warriors are headed by Stephen Curry - perhaps the greatest shooter of all time, current and consecutive league MVP (First unanimous MVP).

While Cleveland has not witnessed a pro sports championship in over 50 years, the Golden State have set the record for most wins in a regular season 73-9, surpassing Micheal Jordan’s 1996 Bulls.

Golden State has mesmerized us by some of the most beautiful basketball ever played this year; they’re practically changing how basketball is played and the fans are loving it all over the world.

Cleveland has a hero in LeBron James, someone who calls himself ‘The King’, and he’s putting up numbers to solidify that claim.

The finals are tied at 3 games a piece and whoever wins Game 7 will take it all. In less than 48 hours, we’ll witness one of the greatest sports match ups of all time. It’s a great time to be alive. So, who do you pick: The King? Or The Empire?

Will LeBron steamroll Curry? Or will Curry shoot the lights out on Cleveland again?
Whatever happens, we are all witnesses.

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