Sink or Swim The NBA Finals

Who will take it this year?

Renz Dungo, Staff Writer

    Young kids in the streets playing basketball dream for this one moment in their life, the ultimate accomplishment in basketball; the NBA ring. Four teams now come even closer to the dream of the ring.  Can the Golden State champions of last year prove to be unrivaled once again? The Warriors star is complicated, but currently Kevin Durant has played more games than Steph Curry, Durant is averaging 28.8 points, 7.5 rebounds and 4.6 assists. Or will the King of the Cavaliers create history once again? The obvious star of the Cavaliers is LeBron James averaging 32.7 points, 9.2 rebounds and 9 assists. Don’t forget the Rockets, they’re the best in the West but can they best these teams? The Rockets star is James Harden is averaging 29.7 points, 5 rebounds and 7.4 assists.  The Celtics are the underdogs, they’re down 2 of their superstars so how far can they take it? Currently the star of Celtics is Terry Rozier who’s appeared out of nowhere averaging 17.4 points, 5.5 rebounds, and 5.9 assists

     Currently game one for the East turned out to be successful for Boston. While the Golden State Warriors has proven once again that they dominate the Western Conference.

     The NBA finals storyline are way too interesting to miss, it’s looking to be one of the best in our generation. Golden States’ ultimate powerhouse of KD, Draymond, Curry and Klay appears to be unstoppable. The King is being looked down upon because of his sidekick leaving to the Celtics, “how far can he carry his team” is the main question fans think for the Cavaliers. Chris Paul of the Rockets has reached his first conference finals but can he take it all the way and prove everyone he isn’t just a first round exit. The Celtics have new stars rising for them for their two missing players. My bet on the champions are decided in the West. The West is too strong of a conference to be dealt with. Either Golden State or Houston will win it all.