By Elijah Price

After the Oklahoma City Thunder had a 3­-1 series lead, the series looked like it would be over and that the Thunder would be Western Conference Champs and would advance into the NBA finals, but things took a turn for the worst for the Thunder. The Golden State Warriors won two games in a row, the series was tied 3-3 and the series was going into game 7. The Warriors, after a remarkable comeback, won game seven 96-­88, and now are going into the finals with the dream to cement their status as one of the best NBA teams of all time. “It pissed me off that the Thunder blew their series lead of 3-­1 and reaffirmed people’s belief that the Warriors are one of the greatest teams of all time” said Gene Perle-­Jones. The last time a team came back from a series deficit of 3­-1 was the Boston Celtics in 1981. During the final game, as usual the Splash Brothers, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson were the difference, with Curry shooting a game ending three pointer with thirty seconds left on the clock. The Warriors will now face the Eastern Conference champs, the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA finals. The first game will be in Oakland and this time the Warriors will not be able to rely on an unhealthy Cavs team now that Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love are expected to be fully healthy for the series.