NBA Predictions: GSW Vs Cavs for the 3rd Consecutive NBA Finals, LBJ 5th MVP?

The 2016-2017 NBA Season has not yet started until October of this year and yet many predictions has already scattered about who will be the top team to reach the NBA Finals and top candidate for NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP).

Just like in 2015-2016 NBA Season, many sports analysts predicts that the Western Conference will be a top fight where many teams are a contender for winning the West. Oklahoma City Thunder, San Antonio Spurs and the Golden State Warriors are the top 3 team that predicted to win the west. 

OKC and the Warriors meet in the Western Conference Finals that goes into Game 7 that favored the Warriors and to return for the second straight in NBA Finals.

In fact GSW holds the NBA record for most win in the NBA Regular Season with 73 wins and 9 losses, surpassing the 1997-1998 NBA Season of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls 72 wins and 10 loss.

While in the Eastern Conference the Cleveland Cavaliers is the favorite team to reach the NBA Finals, as no other team in the east that many sports analysts think that could beat the Cavaliers. As a matter of fact the Cavaliers sweep the 1st and 2nd round of the playoff until suffering their 1st loss in the playoffs in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Toronto Raptors. The Cavs eventually won the East Finals to face for the 2nd straight year the GSW in NBA Finals.

And now the upcoming season is predicting that the East could be another finals appearance for the Cavaliers while the West the heavy favored Golden State Warriors with an NBA superstar’s addition of Kevin Durant is the favorite to win the west.

If the prediction will come true? The Cavs and GSW Finals match will be the 3rd consecutive Finals match the first trilogy NBA Finals in NBA History.

Meanwhile, for the MVP discussion this upcoming NBA Regular Season there are already prediction that Cavs Superstar LeBron James, has a very good chance of winning his 5th NBA Regular Season MVP?

Why? Because the new Warriors addition and top MVP caliber 1 time MVP Kevin Durant and the reigning two time MVP Stephen Curry, might decrease their offense? As they will share the offense of their team? That could be a great disadvantage for Curry, who is eyeing for his 3rd consecutive MVP and a great advantage for LeBron James, who is always been a top contender every season for the NBA Most Valuable Player.

What do you think guys? Will the Cavs and the Warriors faces for the 3rd time in NBA Finals? And will LeBron James gets his 5th MVP?