It wasn’t a perfect run for the Warriors, but they still got there.
Golden State, who had a good showing in the first round of the playoffs before falling in Game 5 of the NBA Finals, was swept by the Los Angeles Lakers in seven games in the conference semifinals.
Now, the Warriors will face the Losers in the NBA championship series.
As it stands now, the series is tied at 2-2.
What we learned: The Warriors have the most wins in NBA Finals history and were just one win away from winning their second title.
Their most memorable win was against the Losings’ LeBron James in Game 4 of the Finals.
The Lakers won the NBA title in 2012 but the Warriors were able to avoid losing to them.
Their biggest blow came in the 2014 NBA Finals when they were swept by LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games.
What they need to do to win the series: Golden State has to win Game 6 to win its first championship.
The Warriors had to beat the Cavs, Celtics and Celtics were swept.
They are still 2-1 against the Clippers.
They need to win Games 7 and 8 to beat Losers for the first time since 2009.
The Cavs are also 1-3 against Golden State since the series began.
They can beat the Warriors in six, 7 or 8.
The best-case scenario for the Cavaliers is that they lose Game 7 to Golden State and then sweep Losers, but that’s very unlikely.
If the Warriors lose Game 6, they will be facing Cleveland again.
If they win Game 7, they would face Losers and win the championship.