The Golden State Warriors are on a roll this postseason. After losing Game 7 in last year's NBA finals, the Warriors signed Kevin Durant in the offseason and it is paying off for them. Right now they are looking like the prohibitive favorites to win the NBA title as they are yet to lose a playoff game this year.

The Warriors finished a 4-0 sweep against the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night and are now waiting to see who will be their opponent in the NBA finals. It's likely to be the Cleveland Cavaliers who currently hold a 2-1 series lead in the Eastern conference finals against the Boston Celtics.

Warriors remain perfect with 12-0 record

After sweeping the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round and the Utah Jazz in the second round of Western conference, the Warriors dominated the Spurs also.

They won the Western conference finals matchup 4-0 with their 12th straight playoff victory this season. The 12-0 start by the Warriors sets a new all-time NBA record for the best opening to a single postseason. Golden State advances to their third straight NBA finals with a perfect

The 12-0 start by the Warriors sets a new all-time NBA record for the best opening to a single postseason. Golden State advances to their third straight NBA finals with a perfect 12-0 record. The way things are currently developing in the Eastern conference, it is more than likely that

The way things are currently developing in the Eastern conference, it is more than likely that the Warriors will face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Finals for the third straight time.

In the 2015 NBA finals, the Warriors won 4-2 against the Cavs while in the 2016 Finals Golden State blew a 3-1 lead and lost to the Cavaliers in Game 7. That Game 7 loss still hurts obviously as Golden State's owner Joe Lacob had something to say about his team's performance this season, "I kind of honestly feel that we’re on a mission.

We’re not done. We got to go back and get some of what kind of feels taken from us last year. I’ll just leave it at that.” Lacob spoke to

Lacob spoke to Anthony Slater of The Mercury News and when asked about playing against the Cavs in the Finals he added, "Honestly, I don’t really care who we play (shoots a sly grin).

Ok, maybe a slight preference for Cleveland. Only because I feel we have some unfinished business from last season.”

Steve Kerr unsure if he'll be back in the Finals

Golden State played the majority of this postseason without its head coach Steve Kerr who is dealing with back issues. Kerr last coached the team in Game 2 of the first round against the Trail Blazers and in his absence Mike Brown led the team. According to Marc J. Spears of ESPN's The Undefeated, following Monday's victory over the Spurs Kerr said he is "unsure if he will return for the NBA Finals."

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