While being met by ESPN on Friday, NBA's Chief Adam Silver was not stressed by the Golden State Warriors [VIDEO] and Cleveland Cavaliers dominance of the NBA, as showed in the video by ESPN's Youtube in which Silver gives his assessment.

Adam Silver talks about the dominance of these two teams

"It does not stretch" Silver said. "I feel that we ought to laud eminence. Individuals are beginning to support these social events as predominant and establishment gatherings. Apparently, I look at the [Warriors] that hadn't won a title in 40 years. The Cavaliers, of course, won a year ago and had never won a title in this connection.

... Obviously, you need to see all through the alliance. In the interim, when social occasions are outperforming goals and playing at that level, I think, the fan in me, it is superb to watch."

The Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers are destined to meet each other in the NBA Finals again; this will be the third straight season they have done all things considered. Both the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors [VIDEO] are both a joined 22-1 in the present year's playoffs and are right now winning their current matchups against the Boston Celtics and San Antonio Spurs.

How long will this dominance last?

While the 2016 NBA finals were a champion among the most stimulating and forcefully ever with the Cleveland Cavaliers drove by LeBron James starting from behind a 3-1 setback to bring the Cavaliers their first NBA title.

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The level of forcefulness so far in these playoffs have been of a lower standard than regular especially the games that incorporate the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.

In case a super fan is hunting down the two best instances of an NBA super team, then they should look no more remote than the Golden State Warriors who marked Kevin Durant to add to their formally stacked gathering driven by Draymond Green, Stephen Curry, and Klay Thomson. The Cleveland Cavaliers also have a super team lead by the trio of Kevin Love, Lebron James, and Kyrie Irving.

The Boston Celtics have a slight opportunity to enter the super team positions in the 2017-18 season if the player they select in the 2017 NBA Draft at No.1 fulfills the goals or in case they can trade or sign a superstar player. Regardless, for the present, it is the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers that are clearly at the highest point of the NBA food chain with no test.