The Celtics will dethrone the Warriors in 2019
The Warriors won their third title in four years, and their second straight since signing Kevin Durant joined the show. Vegas already has Golden State as the heavy favorite to win it all again next season, but Colin thinks they’ll come up short.
He thinks a fully stocked, hungry Celtics team, led by Brad Stevens, will dethrone a talented, but fatigued Warriors dynasty that struggled to motivate for large parts of this season. Long playoff runs take their toll and the Warriors will be vulnerable. Boston will take them out.
Warriors Finals sweep of the Cavs proves mobility beats loyalty
LeBron was celebrated for returning to Cleveland, and was celebrated for winning a title for the championship starved city, but was overpowered in the Finals by the Warriors with Kevin Durant.
Colin thinks the easy Warriors victory proved that the only way to win titles in the modern NBA is through mobility and star players joining forces. Loyalty is a nice concept, but it’s time has come and gone. The Finals permanently settled the debate.
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Chris Broussard – FS1 NBA insider is in-studio talking LeBron free agency and how the Lakers can land LeBron, Chris Paul and Paul George.
Chris Mannix – NBA Writer at Yahoo Sports! Is in-studio to give his take on LeBron hand gate; why it’s excuse making; and what the Cavs scene was like after Game 1.
Dahntay Jones – 14-year NBA Veteran and world champ with the Cavs is in-studio to discuss the noticeable impact of LeBron’s hand injury, and what he thinks will determine LeBron’s next move.