Cleveland Cavaliers are having the best playoff run in the franchise history and they are enjoying it. According to Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors, the Cavaliers are having fun and he wants to do something about it. There is no doubt that the Cavaliers are enjoying their postseason and they are simply playing beautiful basketball.

Things might change soon, however, as the Cavaliers will face off against the Warriors in just a few days. Once again, these two teams will meet in the NBA Finals and it will be interesting to see what the Cavaliers can do against the Warriors, who haven't lost a single playoff game this season.

The Warriors are eager to beat Cleveland

First, it was Draymond Green who expressed his desire to "destroy" the Cleveland Cavaliers, and now Stephen Curry wants to stop their fun. There is no doubt that the Warriors are eager to match up against the Cavaliers once again, and they will do everything in their power to avenge last year's finals loss. The Warriors, who led 3-1 in the series last year, failed to finish off Cleveland as the Cavaliers won three games in a row, winning the championship.

For the most part, you know what LeBron James does, you know what Kyrie Irving does. You know kind of their style and familiar with that. Other than that, I think when you look at the whole squad, they have a good kind of chemistry and vibe.

It looks like they're having fun, and we want to do something about that," said Stephen Curry, according to Kyle Boon of CBS Sports.

Curry wants to stop the Cavaliers and make them work hard for their wins. However, he will have to do a much better job as his performance in the 2016 NBA Finals was one of the biggest reasons why the Warriors lost the series.

Game 1 is on Thursday

The long-awaited finals rematch will begin on Thursday in Oakland. Golden State Warriors will host the Cavaliers and will have a home-court advantage throughout the series. During the regular season, the Warriors had a one-point loss in Cleveland a 35-point victory at home, so having more games on their home floor could be a key factor of the series.

It is interesting to note that this will be the third straight NBA Finals between these two teams. Before 2015, the Warriors and the Cavaliers had never met on the final stage. Even though the Cavaliers are defending NBA champions, they will be underdogs in the series considering that the Warriors became the first team in NBA history to win 12 consecutive games in the playoffs.