Bleacher Sports is back with its annual NBA Finals GIFs series.
This time, we’re looking at some of the best shots from the championship series.
The series is one of the most beloved in basketball history and is considered one of sports’ most iconic events.
It has been watched by over a billion people each year.
The NBA Finals has produced a variety of GIFs, but this one is by far the most popular.
The images are great for the casual fan as well as those that love to see all the big moments unfold.
Check out the best GIF from the series below.
The best NBA Finals gifs:3/15-3/20/18.
Getty/Kevin C. CoxIn the finals of the NBA Championship Series, the Golden State Warriors defeated the San Antonio Spurs in six games.
It marked the first time in NBA history that two teams won six straight games in a series.
That streak continues into this year’s playoffs, where the Warriors will face off against the Boston Celtics in the second round.
Here are some of our favorite GIFs of the series.
As you may know, the Warriors won the NBA championship in six straight, including two straight titles in 2013 and 2014.
The team has won eight titles in a row.
Here’s our favorite Warriors gif of all time.
Here are some other great Warriors gifs.
Here is our favorite post-game celebration.
The Warriors were back on the court on April 12.
Here they are on April 15, just a few days before the Finals began.
Here we are celebrating the Warriors’ championship.
The Warriors won five straight in 2015, and were the only team to win five straight since LeBron James left Cleveland.
Here’s some of what it was like for Kevin Durant to see them win those championships.
Here he is on March 4.
Here it is on February 11, two days after Durant was traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
This is a great celebration for KD and his teammates after their historic championship run.
Here is how the Warriors celebrated their win over the Spurs.
Here the Warriors celebrate their championship on April 13.
Here we are on March 3.
Here Curry congratulates KD on his championship in front of a sea of cameras.
Here he is congratulating his teammates.
The NBA Finals have been one of my favorite events to watch in the past, and we’re so excited to have the Warriors back on our screens again this season.
It’s a must-see series every time.