Golden State Warriors have reached their third straight NBA finals by sweeping the San Antonio Spurs last night. The Warriors, who are undefeated this postseason, will most likely face off against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the finals, and it should be a very interesting series. Team owner Joe Lacob wants to play against the Cavaliers since his team has Unfinished Business with them.

At this moment, the Cavaliers are up 2-1 against the Boston Celtics after an unexpected loss in game 3. Considering that Boston won't have Isaiah Thomas, their best player, for the rest of the series, Cleveland will most likely beat them in five games and advance to the finals.

The Cavaliers have suffered only one loss so far in the playoffs and they will give their best to defend the title.

Joe Lacob believes his Warriors are a better team

Lacob wants his team to play against the Cleveland Cavaliers simply so they can show they are a better team. "I don't care who we play, but my preference is Cleveland. We have some unfinished business," said Lacob for ESPN. He reflected on last year's NBA finals saying that the Warriors were a better team and that they need a chance to play against Cleveland once again and prove it.

Golden State Warriors were undoubtedly a better team after the first four games of the finals as they took a 3-1 lead in the series. However, the Cleveland Cavaliers refused to give up, and they eventually tied the series and beat the Warriors in the deciding game 7.

No team had ever blown a 3-1 lead in the NBA finals before the Warriors, and they are now eager to get their revenge.

Cleveland Cavaliers will be tough to beat

Last season, the Warriors set the best regular-season record last season with 73 wins, but their inability to win a championship turned their season into a big failure.

This season, their regular season was less impressive, but they haven't lost a single game in the playoffs. However, this doesn't mean that they will beat the Cavaliers easily as LeBron James is playing maybe even the best basketball of his career.

James is simply dominating his opponents and he's averaged 32.2 points per game so far in the postseason.

His efficiency is amazing and beside being a great scorer, he also keeps his teammates involved and plays incredible defense. The Cavaliers won't go down easily and there is a big chance they defend their championship title this year. While it's questionable if the Warriors will finish their business with the Cavaliers this year, there is no doubt that NBA fans will enjoy one of the best finals series of all time.