The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors have developed a huge rivalry against each other over the last decade or so.
A huge credit for the rivalry goes to the battles between LeBron James and Stephen Curry-led teams during the 2010s.
While the two teams were mostly known for their battles in the NBA Finals, they gave some memorable matchups even during the regular season.
Speaking of the regular season, the Cavaliers haven’t swept the Warriors during the regular season in the last 14 years, as revealed via Across The Cavs on Twitter.
The #Cavs haven’t swept the season series with the Warriors since the 2009-10 season.
— Across The Cavs (@AcrossCavs) November 11, 2023
The last time that the Cavaliers swept the Warriors in the regular season was during the 2009-10 campaign.
But this could change during the 2023-24 season, as the Cavaliers have already won their first matchup of the season against the Warriors,
It was a stunning 115-104 victory a couple of weeks ago.
Now, the Cleveland Cavaliers are facing off against the Golden State Warriors tonight, and they finally have a chance to end the drought tonight.
Looking at their individual record this season, the Warriors should have the upper hand as they are currently 6-3 to start the season.
On the other hand, the Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling to get going so far this season, as they have a 3-5 record and hold the 12th seed in the Eastern Conference.
Can the Cavaliers still cause an upset against the Warriors? Well, they certainly have the talent to do so, but considering their current form it could be a pipedream for the Cleveland Cavaliers.