My personal rankings:
It was a sweep.
LeBron's first title reign was inevitable
Only higher than 2012 because Durant already tasted defeat in a five games. It would have been higher if he hadn't have joined the 73 win Warriors to do so.
Not as good as the first Heat/Spurs Finals but it's fun to see a different result and the rise of Kawhi Leonard.
Like 90's music released before Pearl Jam's Ten, Kobe's final ring just feels a little out of place in this decade.
The first half of this series was fantastic, then when the injured Cavs had to put everything on LeBron's back it became pretty obvious the Warriors were going to win.
Kinda like 2015 but replace LeBron with Steph but there were a lot of down to the wire games and it's fun when the home team goes 1-5.
Ray Allen's three pointer in game 6 to send it to overtime.
The greatest comeback in NBA history with arguably the greatest game 7 ever.
LeBron is in peek heel mode. We had some great comebacks. Dirk's sole title and work to defeat the superteam solidified him as one of the greatest non-American basketball players in NBA history.