NBA Finals: Who wins?

The NBA Finals have now been played six times since 1967 and the series between the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers has been played in each of the last four years.

The series between Cleveland and Golden State Warriors has been one of the most intriguing in the history of the sport.

The series was decided in a thrilling Game 6, with the Cavaliers leading 4-2 in the final minutes.

But Golden State had a number of key players who contributed to their success in that final minute.

Golden State’s Steph Curry and LeBron James were able to score a combined 44 points in the game.

Curry’s 28 points were the most ever scored in a Finals game and he was joined by LeBron in scoring 29 points.

Both James and Curry had a strong night in the series, as Curry shot 13-of-22 from the field and LeBron finished with 14 points and nine rebounds.

The two players combined to shoot 61.3 percent from the floor and had 21 assists in the Finals.

The NBA Finals will feature three teams that have a history of success in the playoffs.

The Cavaliers have won six of their last eight playoff games, including the last two finals.

The Warriors have won the last five NBA Finals.

The Chicago Bulls have won three in a row, including their last two in the Western Conference Finals.

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