As of writing this, the Warriors are 11-0 in the playoffs. And the Cavs are 10-0, with a double digit lead in Game 3.. yeah. Both are very, very likely going to be undefeated, meeting each other in the finals.
2016 was pretty similar. And we saw the Cavs/Warriors yet again in 2015. And I don't see this trend changing any time soon.
I see the NBA as having a dynasty issue right now, way worse than any other league at the moment. Hockey's east/west contenders change out all the time. The NFL has the Patriots, but you don't see repeat Super Bowl matchups very often at all. Same goes for MLB, a solid amount of turnover there as well.
Only in the NBA is there a lopsided east/west winner issue. Basically the last 7 years in the East it's been whatever team Lebron is on. That's amazing in and of itself. Then in the West, it's the Warriors 3 years running, with the Spurs 2 years before that, being the only other viable contending team to challenge Golden State.
Do you think this spells trouble for the NBA, or do you enjoy watching these two dynasties battle it out, season after season? Also, how long do you think they will be able to keep this up? I'm thinking for another 2-5 seasons, easy.