The Warriors have now clinched their first NBA Finals appearance in franchise history, and while they have some major questions to answer, one thing’s for sure: they’ll be in the playoffs.
The Warriors have been one of the best teams in the NBA, winning championships in the regular season and playoffs.
They’re not the best team in the league right now, but they’re definitely one of those teams that have been able to do it at a high level, as evidenced by the recent NBA Finals run.
That is, if you consider the Golden State Warriors to be a team that has the potential to be truly dominant.
We’ve been counting down the 10 best teams of the modern era, and today we’re counting down to the 10 worst teams of all time.
This is the 10 teams the Warriors have failed to make the playoffs over the past 10 years.
We’ve also listed the teams that the Warriors lost in the Finals, and if you’ve never heard of them before, they’re here to remind you.
We’ll start with the Cleveland Cavaliers, who have never won a championship and have never made the playoffs in the history of the league.
The Cavaliers won seven of their final 10 games to finish at the bottom of the Western Conference, and that was only due to a series loss to the Golden 1 Warriors in the Western Finals.
After that loss, the Cavs lost the first two games of the next series and were swept by the eventual champion, the Warriors.
They also lost to the Warriors in five of their last six games.
They went 6-9 in the first eight games of this series, and they lost five of those games in the final seven.
This was a team with a lot of potential, and a lot to prove.
The Golden 1 were a team known for their physicality, but this team didn’t play well.
In the playoffs, they averaged 13.5 points per game and shot a dismal 44.5 percent from the field, which is the second worst rate in the entire NBA.
That’s bad for a team looking to advance to the second round.
The Cavaliers also finished the regular-season with a combined winning percentage of only 47.3 percent, which was the worst in the East.
This team struggled to stop the Warriors and they struggled to get stops.
LeBron James, the team’s MVP, averaged a career-low 17.5 minutes per game, which came on the heels of his season-high 27.7 minutes per contest against the Cleveland Cavs.
The Warriors, meanwhile, averaged 23.1 points per contest, which included a career low in points per possession of 2.2.
The team’s best player, Andre Iguodala, also struggled.
He shot 40.5% from the floor and 39.3% from 3-point range.
The Golden 1 only made the postseason in three of the four seasons this team had the league’s second-worst scoring offense.
They finished the season with a record of 35-47 and finished the playoffs with a 19-41 record.
This year, they had an 11-19 record and finished 10-21.
In the playoffs against the Cavaliers, the Cavaliers were one of only two teams to not finish with a win.
They were also one of four teams that had a combined losing record of 15-21 in the postseason.
That was just the second time in team history that the Cavs have gone 11-21 and won a playoff series.
The first time was back in 2010 when the Cavaliers went 13-10 in the opening round and won their first championship in the franchise’s history.
This is the only team that the Golden 2 has won a ring against.
This would have been the third time in franchise annals that the Cavaliers had won a second-round series.
LeBron went on to win his first ring in 2003, and in his second year in the organization, the Cleveland Warriors were swept in the 2013 NBA Finals.
This series was the Cavaliers’ first victory over the Warriors since LeBron became a member of the team in 2008.
This team is going to be fun to watch.
The Cavs, with LeBron, have an all-time record of 37-23.
They haven’t lost a regular-year game in the last 11 seasons.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have won four NBA Finals games in a row and the team has made the NBA Playoffs three times since the start of this century.
The 2016 NBA Finals series was one of their most-watched events on television, and it was the first time in the Cavs’ history that they won three straight NBA Finals (in 2007, 2008, and 2010).
This team has a lot going for it.
They have a good coach in David Blatt, a talented roster with a good core, and an impressive roster in Andrew Bogut, Tristan Thompson, and Kevin Love.
They’ve got a solid backcourt of LeBron James and Kevin Durant, and Tristan Korver, Tristian Thompson