NBA 2K15 Playoffs Sim Predicts Steph Curry Will Shoot Golden State Warriors Past Cleveland Cavaliers for Championship

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The 2015 NBA Playoffs tip off tomorrow, and this season’s first-round matchups are expected to be closely contested across the board. Well, maybe not in the Eastern Conference, but in the Western Conference the only outcome that would be considered a clear upset would be the New Orleans Pelicans somehow knocking off the Golden State Warriors.

As is done every year, 2K Sports has used its basketball video game series to run a simulation of the entire playoffs bracket. This season, NBA 2K15 has predicted that the Golden State Warriors will march through the West and edge out the defending champ San Antonio Spurs in a tough seven-game conference finals series to reach the NBA Finals and ultimately top LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers for the NBA Championship in six games.

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With scoring performances of 32, 32, 43, and 46 throughout the series, video game Steph Curry earned NBA Finals MVP honors. If the NBA 2K15 prediction proves true, those ESPN chefs better be ready to cook up a mean batch of chicken curry.

Check the NBA 2K15 Facebook page for a series by series overview of the NBA Playoffs simulation.

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