Cavs, Bulls top fan survey to win 2016 NBA title

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This year’s NBA champion hasn’t even been crowned, yet the folks at Goalrilla.com, the largest manufacturer of in-ground basketball hoops, have commissioned a survey to look ahead to next season.

In a Harris poll of more than 2,000 adults, 33 percent pick the Cavs to win the 2016 NBA Finals, while 26 percent like the Bulls. They are followed by Houston (15), Atlanta (13), Washington (8) and Memphis (6).

Conspicuous by their absence from the top six teams are the Golden State Warriors, who finished this season with the best record in the league and are currently battling the Cavs in the NBA Finals.

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