The Cleveland Cavaliers head Coach and former NBA player, Tyronn Lue has come out to speak about and compliment the Boston Celtics offense while throwing some shade at the Golden State Warriors. This isn't a surprise as very recently, the Warriors owner tossed some negativity the way of the Cavaliers, claiming his franchise was the better team in 2015. This overall has NBA fans excited and ready for a third straight NBA finals face-off between the two super teams. This idea can become reality if the Cavaliers can win game five, or if necessary, six or seven. It will once again be one of the most anticipated and viewed NBA Finals series in the history of the NBA.

Tyronn Lue played in the league as a player from 1998-2009, a reasonably long career. Playing with the likes of the Los Angeles Lakers, where he won two championships. The Washington Wizards, Orlando Magic, Houston Rockets, Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks, Milwaukee Bucks and ending his career back in a Magic jersey.

Coach Lue throws shade at the Golden State Warriors

Head Coach, Tyronn Lue was asked about the difficulty of guarding against the high-powered Boston Celtics team, and he gave them some huge compliments, stating:

“The stuff they’re running, it’s harder to defend than Golden State’s (offense) for me, as far as the actions and all the running around and all the guys who are making all the plays, so it’s a totally different thing...

They hit the post, Golden State runs splits and all that stuff but these guys are running all kinds.... Brad’s got them moving and cutting and playing with pace and everybody is a threat.”

Tyronn is throwing major props to the direction of Brad Stevens and his young group, stating they're harder to defend than the Warriors.

So maybe the Cavaliers being up 3-1 in the series is something that shouldn't be overlooked due to the team they are up against, and the way in which Lue has talked about them.

Everyone can't wait for the NBA Finals

Players, coaches, fans and the media are all antsy when it comes to the idea of the Cleveland Cavaliers going against the Golden State Warriors for a third straight year.

The 2015 Finals which had the Warriors coming away as victors was a very exciting series which gained a lot of attraction, but the views increased heavily in the 2016 Finals when the rivalry had officially gained traction and the Steph Curry-LeBron James matchup was in full glory.

And now this year, going into the (likely) 2017 Finals between the LeBron-led Cavs and the newly acquired Durant-led Warriors, the publicity and views should be through the roof. The 73-9 season from the Warriors in 2015-16 leading to a loss in the Finals, and then acquiring Kevin Durant to further improve the super team, combined with the legendary level that King James is on, chasing the greatest player of all time and the superstardom of Kyrie Irving, and the Cavs looking to repeat as champions.

This will be one of the most anticipated Finals series' of all time.

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