Not really a surprise to me to be honest. The Warriors win was painfully predictable. For them to win by 30 points isn't too surprising either as they've already done it against some of the top teams this season.
Hornets @ Kings was the game of the day, 3 point buzzer beater at the end of the second period of overtime to give Charlotte the 129-128 win. Was waiting on the Kings for a 6-fold acca, so weren't best pleased, great viewing for the neutral though.
Fantastic start here by the Cavs. LeBron making highlight plays for fun in the process. Warriors just haven't gotten into gear at all and took 5 minutes to register their first points plus they're committing needless fouls left, right and centre. Fingers crossed this is going to a game 7 decider.
Did anyone see this going the distance? Great effort from the Cavs. Hope they win but still can't see it. It was improbable that Golden State would lose 2 in a row, surely impossible for them to lose 3 in a row?
Fell asleep half way through the 3rd. Didn't expect a 7 game series even before the Cavs were battered in the first two games. Will definitely be watching the final game. Warriors obvious favourites with home advantage but the momentum is with the Cavs at the moment and it would be great to witness the Cleveland curse lifted.
So, an absolutely batshit summer for the Celtics concludes with retaining just 4 of last season's team, few of their assets remaining and in an absolute unknown as to whether they're even any better. Kyrie is obviously fantastic but it feels like such an overpay to give up the Nets pick along with Isaiah, who statistically pretty much matched Kyrie last season.
Have sadly also had to change my avatar with Bradley being traded too...