CLEVELAND – The Bay Area is already gearing up for what could be the inevitable.
A store inside the San Francisco airport has already printed T-shirts that proclaim the Golden State Warriors as the 2018 NBA champions.
ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell tweeted a photo Thursday morning of the blue and gold shirt that features the Warriors team logo and a retail price that appears to be $36.99.
A store at the airport in San Francisco gives us a first look.... pic.twitter.com/2rYoKmIVHP
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 7, 2018
Not many people are giving the Cavaliers a chance facing a 3-0 deficit, but maybe this adds a bit of fuel for the Cavs entering Game 4 Friday night at Quicken Loans Arena that will air at 9 p.m. on News 5.
After all, LeBron James is very proficient at knowing what’s at stake in elimination games and delivering in the moment.
History is obviously not on the side of Cavs' fans. The Warriors are the 14th team to win the first three games of the NBA Finals. Teams that have won the first three games of the NBA Finals have a 13-0 series record.