The Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors will meet in the NBA Finals for an unprecedented fourth consecutive year. The Warriors won championships in 2015 (four games to two) and 2017 (four games to one) and the Cavs won the title in 2016 (four games to three) to end Cleveland’s 52-year championship drought.

Both teams had to win Game 7s on the road in the conference finals, with the Cavs defeating the Celtics 87-79 on Sunday in Boston and the Warriors downing the Rockets 101-92 Monday in Houston.

The Warriors feature two previous league MVPs in Stephen Curry (2014-15, 2015-16) and Kevin Durant and the Cavs counter with four-time winner LeBron James (2008-09, 2009-10, 2011-12, 2012-13).