The Golden State Warriors have gone from the brink of elimination to the brink of an NBA title. Just a couple of weeks ago the Warriors were in big-time trouble, down 3-1 to the Oklahoma City Thunder, then staged an epic comeback. Now, they're up 2-0 to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
Sal and Steiny talk about whether the Cavaliers have the wherewithal to stage any kind of comeback or whether this thing is essentially over. Unless there's a dramatic change, LeBron James' teams will lose in the NBA Finals for the fifth time ... against two victories.
So, what will LeBron's legacy be. Castaneda and Steinmetz both agree -- it's better to be 2-5 in the NBA Finals than it is to be 2-0.
By the way, is the Bay Area a Warriors' area now or is it still the Giants? Where do the 49ers fit in right now? Also, the two give a well-earned shoutout to Dan Rusanowsky, the Sharks' radio play-by-play man. The guy is phenomenal.