Lue: Cavs-Warriors could be next Celtics-Lakers

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CLEVELAND — Six months and six days after the Cleveland Cavaliers pulled off the greatest comeback in NBA Finals history against the Golden State Warriors, the Cavs will welcome the Warriors for a rematch on Christmas Day. It’s the latest installment in what’s shaping up to be the league’s next great rivalry.

Yes, the Los Angeles Lakers and Boston Celtics have met 11 times with the title on the line, including six times in eight years from the 1961-62 through 1968-69 seasons, and three times in a four-year span in the ’80s. But neither those two teams nor any other pair have faced each other in the Finals three years in a row, which could happen should GSW-CLE III happen in June.

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