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The better team won the 2018 Western Conference finals. I’m not sure the more deserving team won, because that’s far too complex of a question for me to fathom here. But the Warriors are better than the Rockets. By  Dan Feldman

Golden State Warriors knock off the Houston Rockets in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. By

The Golden State Warriors are going back to the Finals for the fourth straight year. Kevin Durant scored 34 points and Steph Curry added a near triple-double with 27 points, nine rebounds, 10 assists and four steals as the Warriors beat the Houston Rockets, 101-92 to take Game 7 of the Western Conference final. By CBS Sports

The Rockets missed an NBA playoff record 27 consecutive 3-pointers from the second quarter to the fourth quarter. They didn’t make a single 3 in the third quarter. By 

The Rockets’ were grounded by another Steph Curry-led Warriors eruption in the third quarter of Game 7, along their own abysmal shooting display. By JEREMY WOO

When it was time for the postgame trophy presentation, TNT’s Ernie Johnson figured he would talk with Nick Young, the one man on the team everyone is excited to see celebrate this moment. However, Swaggy P was thinking much more about celebrating than talking about what a trip to the NBA Finals means to him, and he provided the world with another great interview. By  KHADRICE ROLLINS

The Golden State Warriors have opened as heavy favorites to repeat and win the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. (Getty Images)

The Warriors opened as a 12-point favorite for Game 1 of the series, too, marking the largest spread in a NBA Finals game since 2001 — which was also a 12-point spread in Game 1 of the series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Philadelphia 76ers. By Ryan Young, Yahoo Sports






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