Thunder vs. Warriors Game 4: Score, Live Updates & Must-See Highlights

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8:57 – Hello, sports fans. We’re minutes away from tipoff in tonight’s critical matchup. The Warriors will look to even things up at two games a piece, while the Thunder will try to take a commanding 3-1 lead. Crack open a beer, order a pizza, and put on your sturdiest jock strap, it’s Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals!
9:00 – On a serious note, this is awesome. Craig Sager is as courageous as they come.

1Q 6:57 – OKC’s up 15-8 after going on a 9-0 run. Here’s Charles Barkley losing to Ernie Johnson in a 3-point shooting contest. It doesn’t have a damn thing to do with tonight’s game, but it is highly entertaining.

1Q 5:41 – The Thunder are up 22-8 after going on a 16-0 run! Fire emojis everywhere.
1Q 2:36 – OKC’s up 28-19. GSW is only 1-6 from three-point range.
End of 1Q – The Warriors ended the quarter on an 11-2 run to cut the Thunder’s lead to 30-26. Both teams were sloppy with the rock, as OKC had 6 turnovers and GSW had 7.
Curry only hit 1-7 shots from the floor, but he leads all Warriors with 7 points. Durant leads the Thunder with 8 points on 3-6 shooting from the floor. Westbrook has already dished out 6 assists.
A crazy GSW stat…

2Q 10:07 – The Thunder are up 32-30, as the Warriors’ hot finish to the 1st quarter has carried over to the 2nd. Golden State is now shooting 50% from the field.
Awesome sign

2Q 6:03 – OKC’s up 47-40. Klay Thompson has been sitting on the bench with 3 fouls and he’s clearly not happy about it.
2Q 4:05 – OKC’s up 56-43 after a nice run, featuring two dimes from Steven Adams. This young lady definitely approves.

Andre Iguodala also had a sweet tip slam.

Here’s Adams bringing the damn heat like Roger Clemens.
2Q 37.3 – OKC’s rolling and up 69-50. Impressive stuff.
Halftime – The Thunder will take a 72-53 lead into the half and free throws were a major factor. GSW only went 9-17 from the charity stripe, while OKC was 21-28.
Durant and Westbrook have been leading the way for the Thunder. Durant has 18 points, 6 boards, 2 assists, 3 steals, and 2 blocks, while Westbrook has 21 points, 5 rebounds, 9 assists, and 1 steal.
Curry has 15 points, but he’s only made 4-14 from the floor. You gotta wonder if #GroinGate is having an effect on Green, as he currently has more turnovers (5) than points (4).

Warriors are royally screwed.
3Q 10:15 – OKC’s up 72-55.

Ibaka had a helluva block early on in the 3rd.
3Q 7:56 – GSW is not going to go quietly. They’ve cut the Thunder’s lead to 11 with plenty of time remaining. Thompson hit consecutive 3s to make Donovan call a TO.
3Q 4:21 – GSW is only down 8, and Thompson is feeling it. He’s scored GSW’s last 19 points and 19 this quarter.
3Q 3:54 – OKC is up 84-74 after a beautiful Westbrook layup in transition.

End of 3Q – The Thunder are up 94-82 after 3 quarters of play. Curry is ice cold right now, shooting only 4-17 from the floor.

Westbrook is just a rebound shy of a triple double.

4Q 9:30 – OKC’s up 98-85. Durant hit a deeeep 3.

4Q 5:36 – OKC’s up 107-89. The Thunder are rolling and the Warriors look finished. Game 4 should be in the bag for the Thunder, barring an epic collapse. Westbrook now has an insane stat line of 33 points, 10 boards, and 11 assists.
Curry can’t buy a bucket right now.
4Q 3:15 – OKC’s up 114-91.

End of Game – OKC wins 118-94. What an emphatic beatdown. The Thunder now have a stunning 3-1 lead over the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. Game 5 will be played Thursday night in Golden State.

Westbrook was the star of the night, recording a triple double with 36 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists. OKC had a very balanced attack tonight, though, as Durant (26), Ibaka (17), Roberson (17), Adams (11), and Waiters (10) all scored in double figures.
Curry struggled, scoring 19 points on 6-20 shooting from the floor. Green was terrible, as he ended up with 6 points and 6 turnovers. Thompson was the best Warrior tonight, scoring 26 points on 9-17 shooting from the floor.
The Thunder dominated on the glass and at the charity stripe. OKC grabbed 56 boards, and they went 31-40 from the line. GSW only had 40 rebounds, and they went 19-29 from the line.
That’s all from me tonight, folks. Good night and God bless.

Thunder vs. Warriors Game 4: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel
Thunder vs. Warriors Game 4: Live Stream, Start Time & TV Channel
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