Sport NBA playoffs 2017: Did the Warriors steal the Cavs' slogan? The internet thinks so

23:45  17 april  2017
23:45  17 april  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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The internet thinks so . NBA . April 17, 2017 12:54pm EDT April 17, 2017 12:54pm EDT To be fair, the Cavs stole the Warriors 3-1 lead first. The Warriors recently revealed a similar slogan ahead of the playoffs .

Cavs fans on Twitter noticed that the Warriors slogan this postseason is very similar to the one the Bad News For The Warriors According To NBA 2K17. The Internet Mocks The Golden State “Defend the land” has been the playoff motto for the Cleveland Cavaliers since LeBron James

As the defending NBA champions, the Cleveland Cavaliers have used "Defend The Land" as a marketing slogan on team merchandise throughout the season.

The Warriors recently revealed a similar slogan ahead of the NBA playoffs.

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The internet quickly took notice of the similarities.


LeBron James and Stephen Curry. © (Getty Images) LeBron James and Stephen Curry.

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