CLEVELAND (AP) — The celebrating after Game 4 was done by Cavaliers fans, not Golden State players, their families or anyone else dressed in blue and gold who came looking for a historic party.
“Cavs in 7! Cavs in 7!” Cleveland fans chanted as they walked toward the exits.
Yes, the NBA Finals are right where they were last year and could still end with the same result.
But it seems like an even more improbable task than it did last year.
The Cavaliers and Warriors, who have tangled for three consecutive Junes, headed back to the West Coast on Saturday after Cleveland’s record-setting 137-116 victory. Kyrie Irving said he was aware the Warriors wanted to finish a 16-0 romp through the postseason and celebrate a title on the Cavs’ court, just as they did in…