Draymond Green can't wait to play against the Cleveland Cavaliers and he wants to destroy them! The Cavaliers, who beat the Boston Celtics last night, advanced to the NBA finals where they will play against the Golden State Warriors and Draymond Green for the third consecutive year. We are only a few days away from the first game of the finals, but before the season even started, Green expressed his wish to beat Cleveland in the playoffs.

Even though the Warriors are favorites to beat the Cavaliers this year, it will not be easy to take down LeBron James and the amazing team he is surrounded by.

These two teams have only one loss combined so far in the postseason and the Warriors have yet to lose a game. There is no doubt that it will be a very interesting series and the NBA fans will finally get to see competitive playoff basketball.

Draymond wants to 'destroy' Cleveland

Draymond Green will give his best to beat the defending champions and take their title. Beside the embarrassing finals loss after leading the series 3-1, the Warriors forward has another reason to beat the Cavaliers. Green missed one game of the series as he was suspended for game 5. Even though his suspension was fair, the forward wasn't allowed to even be in the arena during the game. His Warriors ended up losing the game and allowing Cleveland to cut their lead to 3-2.

"If Cleveland comes out of the east, I want to destroy Cleveland. No ifs, ands and buts about it. But I also know that there’s steps to get to that point. And if and when we get to that point, I want to annihilate them," Draymond Green said just before the regular season started.

It is clear that Green doesn't like the Cavaliers and will do everything he can to finish them off this time.

Green was the best Warriors played in last year's finals, and he averaged a double-double with 16.5 points and 10.3 rebounds per game. Can he repeat the same performance this year?

Warriors are favorites to win it all

Not only did the Warriors finish the regular season with 67 wins and only 15 losses, which was the best record in the NBA by a wide margin, but they've also gone 12-0 so far in the postseason. Without a single loss in the playoffs, the Warriors are clear favorites to win the title this season.

Make no mistake, however, as the Cavaliers won't go down easily. They still have LeBron James, who is the best player in the league, and they've been dominant in the postseason as well.