The Golden State Warriors were crowned NBA champions for the second consecutive season after they completed a sweep over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night.
A 108-85 victory on the road in Game 4 saw them claim their third title in four years and once again confirm their dominance in the league.
The Dubs are creating a dynasty and deserve to be mentioned among the best NBA teams of all time.
Unless another 'super team' is formed to combat them, it's tough to see who can stop them from adding more championships to their collection in the coming years.
The Finals proved to be predictably one-sided as the Cavs were simply no match for the Warriors despite the best efforts of LeBron James.
The talent differential between the two teams was staggering and it ended with a 23-point win for the Bay Area franchise last night.
It was clear from early in the game that Stephen Curry was determined to sweep the Cavaliers as he was hot from the beginning.
The two-time MVP began the encounter by putting up nine quick points in the opening three minutes and it was obvious he was on course for a big night after he drained one truly outrageous three-pointer.
As he dribbled the ball up the court, Curry was given a lot of room at the top of the key and he quickly saw J.R. Smith flying at him as he was pulling up for a three.
Instead, Steph faked the Cavs guard, got him up in the air and looked to draw a foul by swinging his body sideways to take some contact and throwing up a shot.
He didn't get the foul call from the referees but it didn't matter as he somehow managed to hit the crazy, off-balance triple. It's simply unfair when the 30-year-old is making shots like that.
That three gave the visitors a 13-3 lead early in the game and it was apparent from that early moment that the Cavs didn't stand much of a chance.
The five-time All-Star ended the first half with 20 points and finished the game with a game-high 37 on 12-of-27 shooting.
Despite being the Warriors' best player in three of the four games, the sharpshooter was surprisingly overlooked for the Finals MVP award for the third time.
Kevin Durant secured the honour for the second straight year after three impressive games on the bounce.
Curry has repeatedly insisted that it doesn't bother him that the award continues to elude him, but he'll surely be a little disappointed not to have won it after putting together a brilliant series.
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