This Is How the Warriors Won the 2018 NBA Championship

The Golden State Warriors captured their third championship in four years on Friday, easily disposing of the Cleveland Cavaliers with a four-game sweep in the 2018 NBA Finals. The Warriors’ latest victory has rightfully sparked discussions of a new potential dynasty in the making. As the rest of the NBA scrambles this summer to figure out a way to put together the right pieces to topple the Goliaths of the league, we will take a look at how the Warriors were able to coast their way through the regular season, and turn it on in the playoffs.

The Warriors finished second in the Western Conference with a 58-24 record this season without really trying. Following the 2015-16 campaign where Golden State fell short of winning the title, the team understood that the talent on their roster could easily carry them to the playoffs every year. Their ultimate goal was to get “clicking like Golden State” when it mattered most: the postseason. 

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37 thoughts on “This Is How the Warriors Won the 2018 NBA Championship

  1. The NBA is in horrible condition. In 2017-2018 season 80% percent of the league is either tanking or not good enough to win a championship. Btw the Eastern Conference is run my one player. The League is way too top heavy, and the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals was more entertaining than the NBA Finals, the 2018 Stanley Cup Finals, let that sink in.

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