NBA FINALS 2017 Results, Highlights Golden State Warriors Are The New Champ


NBA FINALS 2017 Results & Highlights Golden State Warriors Are The New Champ, Clinched Game 5 with scoreline of 129-120

NBA Finals 2017 Game 5 Results:

The Warriors overcame the onslaught they received in game 4 to secure NBA championship for the year 2017. They defeated Cleveland Cavaliers by 129-120 and secured NBA championship with a box score of 4-1.

An impressive show by Kevin Durant drove Warriors home to secure the win against rivals Cleveland Cavaliers. Kevin Durant scored 39 points to power Warrior into championship win.

 

 

Kevin Durant Became Most Valuable Player for 2017:

Kevin Durant joined Golded State Warriors in the year 2016. He was unanimously awarded the Most Valuable Player. He averaged 35.2 points, 8.4 rebounds, 5.4 assists while shooting  55.6% from the field and 47.4% from the 3-point line in the Finals.

Points Scored by Kevin Duran in NBA Finals 2017

  • Game1: 38 points
  • Game2: 33 points
  • Game3: 31 points
  • Game4: 35 points
  • Game5: 39 points

Game three saw the most clinical performance by Kevin Durant as he alone stole the match from Cavaliers. His amazing dagger 3 in game 3 of NBA finals left Cavaliers stunned as Warriors took the game with scoreline of (118-113)

LeBorn James Posted 41 Points But Wasn’t Enough To Defend The Land:

Monday LeBorn Jame was a man on a mission, he tried everything possible to defend the land. But his efforts didn’t prove enough in the end as Warriors took the game by 129-120. In a show of mutual respect and true sportsman spirit,  James congratulated and hugged counterpart Kevin Durant.

 

 

Kevin Durant and Steph Show In The Finals

In NBA Finals game 5, it was Kevin Durant and Steph show together the duo scored 73 points in game 5. Kevin scored 39 points while Steph scored 34 points to help Golden State Warrior to clinch the finals. While the most valuable player of NBA Finals, Kevin Durant was on a roll, Steph played a perfect supporting role. Not only he scored 34 points but also made 10 assists. Watch Steph’s no look dish to Iguodala.