Golden State beat up on Cleveland pretty good in game one of the 2017 NBA Finals. Two points. This shouldn't have been unexpected. Golden State was a great team prior to winning the Kevin Durant sweepstakes so a thumping of the Cavaliers was definitely not out of the question. That said Cleveland is still a great team with the best player on the planet on their side. GS didn't turn over the ball at a record setting level and Kevin Durant feasted on the Cleveland defense while Clay Thompson and Draymond Green couldn't score to save their life. If you're Golden State you have to think those guys will skew closer to their norms which should help even if they do have more turnovers moving forward. The Cavs can't continue to turn the ball over and must get better contributions from Kevin Love and Tristan Thompson who were both nearly invisible out there (sans rebounding from Love). Love must score and score efficiently and play better defense while Thompson must be a force on the boards and on defense. I still think this can be a good series. Most of the games from last year's Finals weren't close yet it went seven games. I do think Durant is the difference maker here and I just don't know how Cleveland can win the series without playing near perfect ball from here on out. That is why the play the games, right? You just never know. I'm hoping for a seven game series but thinking six with the Warriors getting some revenge on the current champs.