The Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are all set to battle it out against each other on 10th July 2017 at 8:30 PM EST in the Cox Pavilion in LA, Nevada in the NBA Summer League.
With an 81.7% win rate, the Golden State Warriors are a strong team that has performed excellently this year. Cleveland Cavaliers, on the other hand, have performed worse with a 62.2% win rate so far, and have an L4 streak rating. Will the Cavaliers turn the tides in the Summer League, or will the Warriors demolish them? That has to be found out!
You should take note that on Sunday, June 5th — the Warriors defeated the Cavaliers 2-0 with an impressive 132-113 score in Oakland, California in the NBA League.
Date and Time: July 10th, 2017 8:30 PM EST
Venue: Cox Pavilion Las Vegas, NV
TV: NBA TV (US)
The Golden State Warriors have shown a good deal of commitment to winning their games. They defeated the Cavaliers to become the 2017 NBA Champion last month.
Patrick McCaw, the new guard, showed an excellent performance in the match against 76ers. It, however, concluded in a 95-93 defeat. This easily qualifies as one of GSW’s recent show-stealer performances.
The Warriors have last won the title in 2013, and this installment of the Summer League is the playground where they are trying to prove their potential once more.
There will be five Warriors matches this Summer League season building upon their unsurpassed high score of winning.
Warriors have signed Nick Young, a 10-year NBA veteran, as their new guard. He has averages of 13.2 pt, 2.3 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and a duration of 25.9 minutes in 60 games while playing for the LA Lakers.
After being through with the challenge mounted by the Philadelphia 76ers, they will clash with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Their final match will be with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
The Cavs have surely been working hard to ensure a victory this time. The team roster includes notable names like Kay Felder, Edy Tavares, Sir’Dominic Pointer, Malcolm Thomas, Sam Cassell Jr., and Gerald Beverly.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have already crushed the Milwaukee Bucks 82-53 on July 7. And then the Houston Rockets 95-90 the next day. This is their third match. Fans hope they continue their spree.