The Golden State Warriors got redemption for blowing a 3 to 1 lead in the 2016 NBA Finals. They defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 129 to 120 to win the NBA title in five games. Kevin Durant scored 39 points in-game five to win the NBA Finals MVP. Stephen Curry had 34 points and Andre Iguodala got 20 points. Lebron James average a triple double during the NBA Finals. James got 41 points and had some help with Kyrie Irving getting 26 points. J.R Smith had his best game of the series 25 points and Tristan Thompson had a great game with 15 points and 8 rebounds. The Cavaliers didn’t have much help from the bench during the series. How will the Warriors be remembered going 15 and 1 during the playoffs? They signed Durant after losing the title last season and got redemption from losing the title after a 73-9 regular season. The Cavaliers might make some moves and trying keeping GM David Griffin is one of them. Could they make a big trade for the likes of Paul George. Could James go to the LA Lakers in 2018 or stay in Cleveland. The NBA off-season will be one to watch and don’t be shocked if the Cavaliers take on the Warriors in the NBA Finals next season.