Jun 7, 2017; Cleveland, OH, USA; Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) celebrates with teammates during the fourth quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers in game three of the 2017 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

We all know what’s at stake here. 126-0 is the record of teams with a 3-0 lead in NBA history. But we all can recollect the same thoughts we had last year when it was 3-1, which no team in Finals history has ever come back from, until it happened. This is a different Warriors team with the same goal, with more hunger to not let the same thing happen twice. They also know what’s at stake with their 15-0 record.

Golden State wants to reach something that has also never been done before; a 16-0 record throughout the entire postseason. First they must go through a tough Cavalier team with pride on the line.

This game might be very chippy with aggression we have never seen before, or it could be yet another 20-point route leading to another celebration on the opposing team’s floor.

History is on the line for both teams, and one thing I’ve learned over the years is to never count LeBron out. The writing is on the wall, but someone has to re-write history one day, right? Could it be this time? The unimaginable could take place starting tonight. Which way will it go? These are the questions that still remains.

To the Cavs; it’s one win at a time.

To the Warriors; here’s to history.