Who was favored to win the 2016 NBA Finals?

April 23, 2020 Off By idswater

Who was favored to win the 2016 NBA Finals?

Cleveland Cavaliers
The Cleveland Cavaliers are the odds-on favorite to take home the NBA title next season, according to odds listed by the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. The Cavaliers, which lost to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals four games to two, are listed as a 9-4 favorite.

Who is most likely to win the 2021 NBA Finals?

Phoenix Suns
NBA championship odds: Phoenix Suns’ favored to win 2021 NBA title over Milwaukee Bucks. The Phoenix Suns are in the NBA Finals for the first time since the 1992-93 season. And they are huge favorites to take home the championship trophy for the first time ever.

Who was favored in the 2017 NBA Finals?

The Warriors
The Westgate Las Vegas Superbook released its odds on the 2017 NBA championship Monday, before the Western Conference champion had even been decided Monday night in Game 7 between the Warriors and Thunder.

Who was the MVP of the 2016 NBA Finals?

The 2016 NBA Finals are nearing a close and with the Golden State Warriors leading the Cleveland Cavaliers 3-1 in the series, it’s time to look back on the series and evaluate possible Finals MVP candidates. When these two teams met last season in the Finals, Andre Iguodala came away as the Finals MVP winner.

What was the score of the 2016 NBA Finals?

Cleveland took a 28–22 lead about two minutes into the second quarter, but Golden State answered with a 20–2 run while outscoring the Cavs 30–16 the rest of the period. During the run, the Cavaliers’ Kevin Love suffered a head injury while attempting to grab a defensive rebound.

Who are the winners of the NBA Finals?

The Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the defending NBA champion and Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors 4–3 in a rematch of the 2015 NBA Finals.

What was the score in Game 3 of the NBA Finals?

Cleveland returned home and responded with a 120–90 win in Game 3, but the Warriors won Game 4 to take a 3–1 series lead. The Cavaliers won the next three games to become the first team in Finals history to successfully overcome a 3–1 deficit.