A final between Golden State and Cleveland - NBA
Golden State Warriors have joined Cleveland Cavaliers at the end of Game 5 of the Western Conference finals that opposed them to Houston Rockets. On Wednesday night, the Warriors have acquired their ticket to the NBA Finals after having beaten the Rockets with a score of 104-90. Golden State has dominated the series (4-1) although Houston did everything to come back. The Game 5 lasted an eternity for fans NBA and enthusiasts of sports betting, but they had to wait until the final whistle to savor this victory that also marks the return of the Californian franchise on the forefront after 40 years in the shadows. Indeed, the last final played by Cleveland dated back in 1975; it was also the only time that the franchise won the title.
After an outstanding game in Game 4 with 45 points, James "The Beard" Harden was the shadow of himself this Wednesday. Harden set a new record in ball lost in a playoff game. Corey Brewer, Jason Terry and Dwight Howard have not managed to fill 13 turnovers gap left by the bearded. Dwight Howard was impressive with 18 points and 16 rebounds, but crack finally under the pressure and received a technical foul. The Golden State Warriors have overcome Houston Rockets with the performance of Stephen Curry (26 pts, 8 rebounds and 6 5 wt), Klay Thompson (20 pts, 4 wt) and Harrison Barnes (24 pts).
Thursday, 28 May 2015
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