CBS Sports Celebrates Another Cavaliers v. Warriors Finals with Hilarious 'Family Matters' Tribute

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When the internet isn't a giant mess of horrible comment sections and unfunny hot takes, it's one of the most delightfully incredible places in the whole world.

Now that the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors are headed to their fourth NBA Finals face-off, CBS Sports celebrated with a Family Matters parody video featuring the two teams.



In typical sitcom style, the video features clips of the players and coaches in their elements and wacky situations with a title card of their name and '90s TV tracking glitch.

Highlights include LeBron getting hyped in the weight room, Klay Thompson trying (and failing) to dunk while hungover in China, Kevin Love's fashion promo, JR Smith riding a hoverboard and Kevin Durant seductively eating a cupcake.



The video has been making the rounds all over social media since its debut late last night, featuring the hilarious subheader "Season 4 of Cavs vs. Warriors was recorded in front of a live studio audience."

You can check out the video by watching below:

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