Can the Warriors sweep the series or will the Cavs start to come back? | The Tylt
The second game of the NBA Finals Sunday night was a blowout, with the Warriors defeating the Cavaliers 77-110. That's a gap of 33 points and a lot of egg on LeBron's face. The Warriors now lead the series 2-0.
The Warriors have been a dominant team all season and after a win like that, they must be feeling pretty good. Meanwhile, the Cavs have to go home with their tale between their legs.
Does all this set up the possibility of an NBA Finals sweep? It wouldn't be the first time. There have been 8 Finals sweeps in NBA history. The last one was in 2006-07 when San Antonio beat the Cavaliers 4-0. So yea, LeBron already knows what it's like to be swept in the finals.
But that was a decade ago. And the Cavs aren't a pushover team. They know what it's like to comeback and they have a team that can win. They are going home to get focused and get winning. In the next game, which will be in Cleveland, you can expect the Cleveland Cavaliers to show no mercy.
Can the Warriors sweep the series or will the Cavs start to come back?