The Western Conference champion Golden State Warriors defeated the Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers in six games (4–2) for the Warriors' first title in 40 years and their fourth in franchise history, becoming the first team since the 1990–91 Chicago Bulls to win a championship without any prior Finals experience from any player on their roster. Golden State's Andre Iguodala was named the Finals Most Valuable Player (MVP).
LeBron James played without Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love, but this year is something different.
Cleveland Cavaliers have a full roster and they have the Big Three against the Warriors in the NBA Finals 2016.
In the Eastern Conference, Cleveland Cavaliers once more showed that they are the best team. They easily beat Detroit Pistons and Atlanta Hawks. The Cavs had some problems with Raptors, but they defeated them 4-2.
On the other side, the Warriors beat Houston Rockets and Portland Trail Blazers with 4-1.
Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson carried the 73-win Warriors right back to the NBA Finals, as Golden State rallied from a 3-1 series deficit to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 96-88 on Monday night.
After they had 1-3, Warriors are 3rd team to win Conference Finals after trailing 3-1.
Others to do it are the Celtics in 1981 and Bullets in 1979.
Now we have The Rematch, and you can check the best mix of NBA Finals 2015.
Who will win? LeBron James or Stephen Curry?