How to keep your eyes on the stars in the upcoming NBA Finals
The NBA Finals is right around the corner, and you can start by making sure you’re following all the action on social.
As you might expect, there’s a lot of information floating around on the Internet about what’s going on right now, but if you’re a casual fan, there are plenty of reasons to stay tuned in.
Here are seven of the biggest topics to watch this year, and what to do if you get a little buzzed.1.
LeBron James and Kyrie Irving vs. the Cavs.
James has won the NBA championship three times, and he’s the only player to ever win the NBA Finals three times.
So, of course, this is going to be the first time LeBron James is facing off against Kyrie James, who won the title in 2015 with the Cavaliers.
But the Cleveland Cavaliers will have their hands full with the Cavs’ reigning MVP.
Irving, who’s never won a championship with the Cleveland Browns, is the reigning Defensive Player of the Year and has been the top pick in the NBA Draft for a while.
In his first year with the Los Angeles Lakers, Irving led the league in assists and was second in steals.
The NBA has yet to select a starter for the Cleveland squad, but we know they will have plenty of talent to play against James and Irving.
Irving and James will face off for the first championship in Cleveland since LeBron James retired.2.
Who will be the best player in the world in the 2017 NBA Finals?
The answer to that is anyone.
There are no clear favorites right now.
LeBron is one of the most decorated players in NBA history, so he’s definitely the most likely to win the title, and we’re going to see who is the best in the sport.
But who will be able to take down the best?
That’s the question that the league is going up against as the games get closer and closer.
It’s not as easy as it looks to predict who will win the championship, and the way the NBA is structured means it’s going to take some time for everyone to figure out who’s the best.
That’s why it’s important to keep tabs on who is leading the way, especially in the Finals.3.
Which NBA player will have the biggest impact on this year’s finals?
We don’t know the answer to this one yet, but the players who are leading the charge are going to have a huge impact on the outcome.
LeBron has been one of LeBron James’ most dominant players and is a huge reason why he’s one of only two players to win a championship every single year.
He’s one the league’s best at creating turnovers and making defenders miss, and his defense has been so dominant, it’s impossible to say who will have a bigger impact on Game 7 than LeBron James.
Irving is going into his second year in Cleveland, and that will put him in a better position to take on LeBron James than he was in his first two seasons.
Irving will have his hands full against Ky, who is a defensive force who has been a big part of the Cavaliers’ success over the years.4.
Which teams will be most dangerous in the first round?
The NBA is stacked with powerhouses, but it’s also one of those places that’s easy to predict a team will have trouble taking down one of them.
The Warriors have an incredible team, but they’ve also had to deal with injuries, injuries that were caused by injuries, and injuries that are simply caused by other teams.
The Thunder have an incredibly talented group, but their defense has struggled over the last few years, and they’re going up for the title.
The Cavs have a ton of talent on the roster, and this is the only game they’ve ever played in front of LeBron and Ky.
That should give them a good chance to win, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be able’t take down a team like the Warriors.5.
Which players will be on the winning side of this series?
The Warriors will be one of many teams to get the best of LeBron, Irving, and James.
The Cavaliers, while a better team overall, will have to take out the Warriors in Game 7 if they want to get back to the Finals for the second straight year.
It could be a tough battle, but James has been able to put up some of the best numbers in NBA Finals history and is the MVP of this championship.
Irving has been an All-Star and Finals MVP every year since 2014, and is an elite defender.
He’ll have a lot to prove, but he’ll have to show up in the finals.
The Raptors are a tough team to predict, but I’m guessing that they’ll have the best shot at taking down James.6.
Who is going after the Finals MVP?
The biggest threat for the Cavaliers will be James, Irving and Irving, but there’s no guarantee they’ll win the MVP.
It’ll be a battle between James,