Pundits have said that its highly probable that the Golden State Warriors sweep the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. Of course, most people would take a 4-0 sweep over playing more games, making the series extra suspenseful and earning $22 million more dollars. A game 5 and 7 in Oakland would cost the Warriors' ownership group more than $22, according to ESPN's Darren Rovell. The number was calculated based on the average face-value price for an NBA Finals game at Oracle Arena, which comes to $600, and another roughly 4,000 tickets that the team can sell at a higher price. Then comes tallying resale ticket numbers, food, beverage and merchandise sales,as well as parking passes. The Finals move to Cleveland for games four and five starting Wednesday night. Will Cleveland be able to fend off Golden State and protect home court?