As we close the conferences finals with two amazing games, it is time to look forward to finals of NBA. For the 4th straight year two same teams are going to face each other. Also, two of the top basketball players are going to play in the NBA finals against each other. A battle to watch for the fans of the game. But who apart from these are the players to look out for in the NBA finals?
Here we take a look:
What a player and what a post-season run he is having in the year 2018. He has already hit two buzzer beaters to win two playoffs game for the Cavs. He’s averaging 34 points, 8.8 Assists and 9.2 Rebounds. He is the best player in NBA and he is showing us all why he needs to be considered for the Greatest of all time with historic numbers. He wears number 23 for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Number 35 of Golden State Warriors has become the 2nd best player in the league and prolific scorer. Along with being two of the best shooters in the league, Kevin Durant is averaging 29 points, 4.1 assists, and 7.1 rebounds during the 2018 post season. He will defiantly have his mark on this season’s final better watch out for number 35.
One of the best shooters in the NBA, he is two-time league MVP and a champion who is also known as Chef Curry for his skills on the ball and the ability to break other players’ ankles with his dribbling skills. Though at the start of the playoffs he was injured he is back in form, averaging 24.8 points, 4.9 assists and 6.1 rebounds. Look out for Number 30 of Golden State Warriors.
Part of the ‘splash brothers’, he can go off on any given day and put up ridiculous numbers in a single quarter. He was a key player for Golden State Warriors to reach the Finals. Averaging 20.5 points, 2.0 assists and 4.2 rebounds, this defensive-minded player is the key to the Golden State Warriors’ success in the championship seasons of the past. Look out for him to go off in one of the 7 games. He wears number 11 for Golden State Warriors.
With an average of 13.9 points, and 10.0 rebounds he is the second-best player for Cavs. Even though he is unsure for the 1st game of the finals due to the league’s concussion protocol, Cavaliers will need him to put up big numbers along with LeBron James if they want to have any shot at winning the Finals. Number 0 for the Cavaliers is one to keep an eye out for.