In what many thought would be a neck-to-neck series, the Golden State Warriors have swept the Portland Trail Blazers and are headed to their 5th straight NBA Finals and will be facing the Toronto Raptors or the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA Finals.
The game 4 in the WCF (Western Conference Finals) was also historical, as Stephen Curry and Draymond Green became the first teammates ever to record a triple-double in the Playoffs. The final score was 119-117.
Stephen Curry and Draymond Green have become the first pair of teammates in Postseason history to both record a triple-double in the same game.
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) May 21, 2019
At one time, the Portland Trail Blazers were leading by 17 points in the 3rd Quarter, but Stephen Curry and Draymond Green paved the way for the team and forced the game to 2 overtimes before winning it by 2 points.
The Warriors are currently playing without DeMarcus Cousins, Andre Iguodala, and Kevin Durant.
The Golden State Warriors are also the first team to reach 5 straight NBA Finals since the Boston Celtics, who went to the NBA Finals for 10 straight seasons from 1957-1966.
There is no time table about the return of Kevin Durant, he is currently suffering a sore right calf injury, which caused him to miss the entire series.