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

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9:00 – Can the Cavs even the series at two games a piece? Will the Warriors take a commanding 3-1 lead? Or most importantly, will anyone with a fully functioning brain buy those hideous Steph Curry shoes?


9:01 – Kevin Love will return to action tonight, but it will be interesting to see how much he plays.


9:03 – Mesmerizing pre-game layup from LeBron.


9:05 – Gotta be homemade shirts, right?


1Q 7:07 – Cleveland’s up 13-10. The Cavs are off to a blistering start, going 3-4 from 3-point range.


1Q 3:18 – We’re all tied up at 22. Thompson already has two fouls, and Irving is off to a fast start. The Cavs’ point guard has 9 points on 3-6 shooting from the floor.


End of 1Q – The Warriors are up 29-28 after a high-scoring, fast-paced 12 minutes of play. Barnes (8) and Curry (8) have lead the way for Golden State, while it’s been Irving (9) and Thompson (8) for the Cavs.


Golden State is 5-7 from 3-point range and Cleveland is 3-10. The Cavs have missed their last 6 shots from deep.
2Q 8:18 – The Warriors are up 34-32, but at least it looks like Andrew Bynum is enjoying himself.


2Q 5:59 – Golden State’s up 39-36. This Curry 3 off of a broken play was ridiculous.


The Warriors gotta be shaking in their boots…
https://twitter.com/_MarcusD_/status/741449580903051264
2Q 4:31 – The Cavs are up 42-41, and the Q is rocking!


Irving with a huge block.


Never change, Swaggy P. Never change.


Halftime – Cleveland leads Golden State 55-50 at the half. LeBron only scored 7 points, but he did have 5 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals. This pass was absolutely gorgeous.


Irving lead the Cavs with 16 points on 6-10 shooting from the floor, while Curry lead the Warriors with 14 points on 4-10 shooting from the floor.
This greaseball is playing some lockdown defense tonight.


That’s gotta be a good sign.


Kerr got T’d up at the end of the half after the refs missed this call on Smith.
https://twitter.com/_MarcusD_/status/741454568303808512
3Q 8:11 – The Cavs are up 63-61, but the Splash Brothers are heating up. Curry and Thompson are now a combined 8-11 from 3-point range.


3Q 4:07 – Golden State’s up 72-69 after going on an 8-0 run. Curry has 23 and Thompson has 21.


Irving did put Curry into a blender, though.


3Q 2:24 – The Warriors are up 74-73. Golden State is shooting an absurd 14-25 from 3-point range.
End of 3Q – Golden State leads 79-77 after 3 quarters of play. It looks like we’re in for an exciting finish, and it’s about damn time!


4Q 9:03 – The Warriors are up 86-83. Irving leads the Cavs with 27 points, while Curry leads the Warriors with 25 points.
LeBron had a MONSTER put-back.


4Q 5:56 – Golden State is up 93-84, and Cleveland is in big trouble. This is the Warriors’ largest lead of the night, as the Cavs have picked an awful time to go cold. Cleveland has scored just 7 points in the 4th quarter so far.


This has nothing to do with the game going on right now, but who the hell is going to play on the Olympic team!?!?


4Q 4:13 – It’s still 93-84. The Warriors are on a 12-1 run, and they’ve tied an NBA Finals record with 16 3-pointers.
4Q 2:42 – Warriors are up 10 after this Curry 3.


Things got heated between James and Green.
https://twitter.com/_MarcusD_/status/741473357162524672
4Q 1:49 – Golden State’s up 96-88. It looks like Green went with a modified version of a baseball pitcher cursing into their glove.
https://twitter.com/_MarcusD_/status/741473850613993472
4Q 0:54 – The Warriors are up 98-89. This one is all over, folks. Don’t tell that to this nutjob, though.


Not ideal for the Cavs.


Final – The Warriors won Game 4 108-97.
https://twitter.com/_MarcusD_/status/741477717703598080
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Curry had 36 and Thompson had 25, as the Splash Brothers both had big nights. The Warriors shot just 41% from the floor, but they made 47% from 3-point range.
Irving lead the Cavs with 34 points, while LeBron had 25 points, 13 rebounds, and 9 assists. LeBron did have 7 turnovers, though.
The Cavs’ offense couldn’t keep up with Golden State, as they scored just 42 points in the 2nd half. For the game, Cleveland hit 24% from 3-point range and 58% from the free throw line.
Game 5 will take place Monday night in Oakland. Teams that have gone down 3-1 in the Finals are 0-32, but like the great Kevin Garnett once said…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wcz_kDCBTBk

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