Durant and James will be vying to keep the Warriors and Cavs afloat.
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Maybe the Golden State Warriors, opening the postseason without Stephen Curry or any momentum, won't be the best of the West, where there's a Houston team that can run and gun as well as they do.The postseason opens Saturday and it's far from a guarantee it ends with a record fourth straight NBA Finals matchup between the Warriors and Cavaliers. Neither was the best team in its conference during the regular season – the Cavaliers were only No. 4 in the East – and it's not hard to envision a Houston to Toronto trip replacing what's become an annual Oakland, California, to Cleveland itinerary.Golden State faces No. 7 San Antonio Saturday in the postseason opener, followed by the top-seeded Raptors and No. 8 Washington Wizards in the East.STREAKING SIXERSPhiladelphia is the hottest team in the postseason, winning its final 16 games to finish 52-30 .
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