Golden State will try to become the first team since the 2000-02 Los Angeles Lakers to win three consecutive NBA titles.
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Two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry will enjoy watching the Golden State Warriors hoist another championship banner Tuesday when they open the 2018-19 NBA campaign against Oklahoma City.Golden State will try to become the first team since the 2000-2002 Los Angeles Lakers to win three consecutive NBA titles and join the 1950s Minneapolis Lakers and 1960s Boston Celtics as the only clubs to win four titles in five years.No one knows that better than the Rockets, who won a league-best 65 games last season behind NBA Most Valuable Player and scoring champion James Harden.While four-time NBA MVP LeBron James left Cleveland for the Los Angeles Lakers, he's unlikely to lift them from 35 wins to title contenders in a season, leaving the Rockets to again offer the best threat in the West to Golden State's supremacy after adding 10-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony to the lineup.
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