The Warriors have taken a 3-2 lead over the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals.
What does that mean historically?
The team up 3-2 in a best-of-seven series have won 85% percent of the time (238-41), but that probably understates Golden State’s advantage.
When the team that began the series with home-court advantage is up 3-2, it has won 92% of the time (163-14).
The Warriors have looked better than the Cleveland practically this entire season. That’s why they’re up 3-2. And that’s why they’re even more likely to win the series than an average team up 3-2.