Golden State Warriors defeated in seven games to stay with their second NBA ring in the last three years to the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to the simulation that made the video game NBA 2K.
In the first game, LeBron James and company came out and took Golden State's historic streak of 12 unbeaten playoff games, but for the second duel the story changed by beating the Cavs by more than 20 points with a Kevin Durant Scored 45 points.
For the third in the Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland won 93-89 when, missing 30 seconds, Kyrie Irving nailed a triple and in the following possession, the Warriors failed. In the fourth, Californians responded with 61% field shots to win 116-111.
Back at the Oracle Arena, Golden State rounded the series by winning 110-84 with a lousy percentage of Cleveland field shots. But the Cavs rebounded in their arena by beating their opponents 111-89 with a triple-double by James.
In the decisive duel, as a rematch of what happened a year ago, Golden State averaged 60% of two and 59% triple shots to lift the Larry O'Brien Trophy by beating the Cavs 132-106 with 41 points from Kevin Durant.
This is the story of the finals of the NBA 2K17(NBA Live Coins) simulation.