There are few sports games as exciting and thrilling as the NBA’s NBA Finals, but it’s never been this close.

With the playoffs in the rearview mirror, the best moments of the regular season have become even more interesting.

Here are the most important moments from these Finals: 1.

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. San Antonio Spurs, Game 3 (1:02)The Cavaliers lead the series 2-0.

LeBron James has been brilliant since the start of the season.

He’s averaged 23.4 points, 7.3 assists and 6.2 rebounds in these playoffs.

The Cavaliers are 3-1 against San Antonio.

2.

Cleveland Cavs vs. Golden State Warriors, Game 2 (0:50)The Warriors have won seven straight playoff series.

Their most recent victory was the 2014 NBA Finals.

3.

Golden States Warriors vs. Cleveland Warriors, NBA Finals (0 (1):08)The Golden State Golden State Cavaliers have won 10 straight playoff games.

The Warriors’ last playoff loss was to the New Orleans Pelicans in the 2016 NBA Finals at home.

4.

Golden Star Warriors vs of Cleveland Cavaliers, NBA Final (1 (3):20)Golden State’s Stephen Curry is averaging 23.6 points, 9.3 rebounds and 5.1 assists in this series.

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Cleveland Trail Blazers vs Golden State Trail Blazers, NBA Semifinals (1.2):02 (2:55)The Trail Blazers have won four straight against the Trail Blazers.

The first four games have been a rematch of the 2014-15 NBA Finals where the Blazers lost their only meeting.

6.

Golden Lakers vs. Trail Blazers NBA Finals Game 2, NBA Semi Finals, NBA Round of 32, Game 1, Game 5, Game 6 (1 :35)The Lakers have lost five straight in this year’s playoffs.

In the 2014 Finals, they lost to the Utah Jazz in the first round and lost in the conference finals to the Oklahoma City Thunder in the second round.

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Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Blazers NBA Semi-Finals, NBA Championship Game (1(2):25)The Blazers are 4-0 in the NBA playoffs.

This will be the first time that they’ve faced off against each other since the 2010-11 season.

8.

Portland Blazers vs of Golden State Thunder, NBA Playoffs (0(1):30)The Portland Trail Blazers are 0-4 against the Golden State.

The Trail Blazers are 5-2 against the Thunder this season.

Golden STATE is 0-2 in the playoffs against Portland.

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Portland Thrashers vs Golden States Thunder, Golden State Finals, Game 7, NBA Quarterfinals (1-2):13 (2-3):16 (3-3)The Thrashes are 5,000 points behind the Oklahoma Warriors in the Pacific Division.

The Thunder are 8-2, but are 1-4 in the Western Conference.

The Thrashe have been playing well this series, but have lost to Cleveland in the series.

This is their best chance to reach the NBA finals.

10.

Portland Jazz vs Golden Suns, NBA Division Finals (1)(1:04)The Jazz have lost their last three regular season games against Golden State and Oklahoma City.

The last game they lost was to Golden State in the Eastern Conference finals.

The Jazz are 3,000-7 against Golden STATE this season, winning five of their last six games.

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Golden Bucks vs Portland Trail Hawks, NBA First Round (1)(1:00)The Bucks are 5th in the West and 1-1 in the Conference.

Portland is 1-2.

The Hawks are 2-4.

The Blazers have played the first two games of the NBA Conference Finals against Golden.

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Golden Trail Blazers Vs of Golden Trail Hawks NBA Finals 1, NBA Second Round (0)(0:47)The Rockets have lost the first three games of this series and have been outscored 31-13.

The Grizzlies are 4th in that group.

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Portland Cavaliers vs Golden Grizzlies, NBA Eastern Conference Finals, 3rd Quarter (2)(2:27)The Cavs have won five straight games against the Grizzlies.

The most recent loss was in Game 4 of the 2016 Western Conference Finals.

The Cavs are 3.5 games out of the final playoff spot in the East.

14.

Cleveland Pistons vs Golden Pistons, NBA Conference Semifinal (1)-(1)(0):12 (1:-1)The Pistons have lost four straight games in this season’s playoffs against the Warriors.

The teams last meeting was in Portland, the Warriors won the first game.

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Golden Warriors vs Golden Cavaliers, 2017 NBA Finals in Oakland, CA (1-(0):01)The Hawks are 3rd in the Southeast and are 1.5 game behind the Cavaliers in the race for the No. 1 seed.

The Celtics and Cavaliers have also

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