#TBT Warriors-Cavs NBA on NBC Intro

Ah, the glory days of the NBA on NBC intro.

Of all the 90s nostalgic things you can send my way, this probably is #1.

And thanks to the always undefeated internet, you can get your NBA on NBC intro for tonight‘s Game 1 of Warriors-Cavs up above.

Can you guess what Finals Marv is actually previewing… that translates nearly flawlessly for 2015? (Answer below.)

Meanwhile, a couple more videos to get you amped…

How about the time when Steph Curry and Kyrie Irving dueled in Cleveland, pre-LeBron, down to the wire with nearly 30 points each? I hope we see some of that tonight and throughout this series.

Also, I haven’t had a chance to watch all of 286 3-pointers from Steph Curry until today. I know, I’m slacking, but here’s literally every one. (And an amazing statistical article from Grantland’s Kirk Goldsberry that makes Curry even more unbelievable.)

Answer: 2001 Lakers vs. Sixers, led by MVP Allen Iverson. Soooo is Steph Curry going to step over Matthew Dellavedova after a corner 3 tonight? That’s one random thing I’d bet on. I’d also bet on the Warriors… in 5, let’s be bold.

Steph Curry G6 Full Highlights vs. Grizzlies

I think tonight is the night where Steph-Mania took even another step forward. Twitter, ESPN, even a few texts from friends… it all happened tonite.

Largely because of this 62-foot flicka da the wrist to beat the 3rd quarter buzzer and swing the momentum permanently to the Warriors’ side…

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That’s Curry’s 2nd iconic shot of the playoffs and the stage is only going to get bigger and brighter as the Warriors closed out Game 6 in Memphis and advanced to their first conference finals since… 1975. Wow.

Not only did Curry hit the unbelievable shot, but he also poured in a playoff career-high 8 3-pointers and 32 points overall (not to mention 10 times.) All of the highlights are worth a look-see above (via @DawkinsMTA), as really all his 3s and dribble moves are pretty incredible. Subtly too… the Klay buckets Curry assisted on were deadly too. I got the Splash Bros. & Co. as the favorites taking down the title this time next month, how bout you?

BONUS: Draymond Green asks himself a question at the podium with Steph, and Steph’s reaction is like all of ours.

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Also, this Steph Curry E:60 piece looks good.