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Gold. St. 13.6.17
Warriors beat Cavaliers to clinch NBA title

The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 Monday night in Game 5 of the NBA Finals to capture their second championship in three years. The win came three days after the Cavs snapped the Warriors' perfect streak this postseason. Before Cleveland's 137-116 home victory in Friday night's Game 4, Golden State was a perfect 15-0 and had a chance to become the first NBA team to go unbeaten in the playoffs. The Warriors swept the Portland Trail Blazers, Utah Jazz and San Antonio Spurs to earn their NBA Finals berth.

Kevin Durant was named finals MVP after scoring over 30 points in each of the five games - he averaged 35.2 per game across the series.

Gold. St. 3.6.17
Kerr might return for Game 2

The health of Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr has improved, and there is a chance he may return for Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday. Kerr has been bothered by back problems resulting from last year's surgery. Kerr has been out since Game 2 of the Warriors' first-round series against the Portland Trail Blazers.

Gold. St. 30.5.17
Kerr will not coach Game 1

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr could return to the team's bench during the NBA Finals, but it will not be for Game 1 against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday night. Kerr has missed Golden State's last 10 playoff games as he continues to deal with complications from back surgery two years ago. "I'm not ready to coach yet," Kerr told reporters on Monday. "I'm still feeling the effects." Although he ruled himself out of Game 1, Kerr left the door open to returning during the rematch of the last two NBA Finals.

#team%win-loss
Atlantic Division
1Boston64.653-29 (82)
2Toronto62.251-31 (82)
3New York37.831-51 (82)
4Philadel.34.128-54 (82)
5Brooklyn24.420-62 (82)
Central Division
1Cleveland62.251-31 (82)
2Milwaukee51.242-40 (82)
3Indiana51.242-40 (82)
4Chicago50.041-41 (82)
5Detroit45.137-45 (82)
Southeast Division
1Washing.59.849-33 (82)
2Atlanta52.443-39 (82)
3Miami50.041-41 (82)
4Charlotte43.936-46 (82)
5Orlando35.429-53 (82)
Southwest Division
1San Ant.74.461-21 (82)
2Houston67.155-27 (82)
3Memphis52.443-39 (82)
4New Orl.41.534-48 (82)
5Dallas40.233-49 (82)
Northwest Division
1Utah62.251-31 (82)
2Oklahoma57.347-35 (82)
3Portland50.041-41 (82)
4Denver48.840-42 (82)
5Minnesota37.831-51 (82)
Pacific Division
1Gold. St.81.767-15 (82)
2LA Clipp.62.251-31 (82)
3Sacram.39.032-50 (82)
4LA Lakers31.726-56 (82)
5Phoenix29.324-58 (82)

Playoffs

Gold. St. - Cleveland4 : 1
Boston - Cleveland1 : 4
Gold. St. - San Ant.4 : 0
Gold. St. - Utah4 : 0
Boston - Washing.4 : 3
San Ant. - Houston4 : 2
Cleveland - Toronto4 : 0
Boston - Chicago4 : 2
LA Clipp. - Utah3 : 4
Gold. St. - Portland4 : 0
San Ant. - Memphis4 : 2
Houston - Oklahoma4 : 1
Toronto - Milwaukee4 : 2
Cleveland - Indiana4 : 0
Washing. - Atlanta4 : 2

Last results

12.6Gold. St. - Cleveland129 : 120
9.6Cleveland - Gold. St.137 : 116
7.6Cleveland - Gold. St.113 : 118
4.6Gold. St. - Cleveland132 : 113
1.6Gold. St. - Cleveland113 : 91
25.5Boston - Cleveland102 : 135
23.5Cleveland - Boston112 : 99
22.5San Ant. - Gold. St.115 : 129
21.5Cleveland - Boston108 : 111
20.5San Ant. - Gold. St.108 : 120
19.5Boston - Cleveland86 : 130
17.5Boston - Cleveland104 : 117
16.5Gold. St. - San Ant.136 : 100
15.5Boston - Washing.115 : 105
14.5Gold. St. - San Ant.113 : 111

NBA stats

home wins58 %
draws0 %
away wins42 %

League format : Basketball : NBA 2016/2017

NBA teams play divisional opponents four times each (two home games and two road games), conference opponents outside the division three or four times each and opponents outside the conference two times each (one home game and one road game). Within each conference, the three division winners and the five other teams with the most wins qualify for the playoffs. The seedings are based on each team's record. All rounds of the NBA Playoffs will be best-of-7 games.

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