Stephen Curry lifts Golden State Warriors to brink of title

Posted June 13, 2016

Wait, it's not that far out of the question. Combined with a first-round flagrant foul, Green faces a suspension if his strike on James is upgraded.

The Cavaliers fizzled late on Friday night and fell 106-97 to the Warriors, which took a 3-1 series lead.

Each team had an Australian center, with the Bulls' Luc Longley averaging 9.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.35 blocked shots and the Warriors' Andrew Bogut at 5.4 points, 7.0 rebounds and 1.6 blocks. "He's been there every game", Kerr said.

The game was physical, especially at the end with shoving between LeBron James and Golden State's Draymond Green. "He's getting in there and fighting".

"So, you know, we answered the bell, especially in the first quarter, controlling the pace of the game and not losing it like we did in game three". One of Kerr's first substitutions was James Michael McAdoo, who had not played a single minute in the first three games.

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The two-time MVP found his long-range touch and scored 38 points, Klay Thompson added 25 and the Warriors rebounded from a big loss by beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-97 on Friday night in Game 4. Three of those victories were by at least 30 points.So fans were screaming ... stomping ... pleading...

"If we continue to battle and defend, eventually our offence will get going".

"It's probably going to be even more intense on Monday", Curry said. "But we just had some defensive breakdowns."The hard part for the Cavs will be realizing they were outscored 58-42 in the second half on their home court.They are a team that should dominate the rebounding, but they were beaten on the boards, 25-19, in the second half". It's going to be one of the toughest games we ever played in.

"So it will be a fun 48 hours to wrap our minds around the opportunity we have in front of us".

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It was another story inside the somber home locker room, where the Cavaliers who lingered to speak with the media spoke in hushed tones about Curry's on-court outburst. "I'm not quite sure what I can do personally to get to the free-throw line, but I've got to continue to be aggressive for our team". We have to view this as a series-clincher.

Behind Irving and James, the Cavaliers took an eight-point lead early in the third quarter. The first 32 went on to win the series.

It was the most competitive game of the series, after three blowouts. They all got on the plane.

"After we came back from 3-1 [against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference Finals], absolutely we know it's possible - we just did it". "We don't care about percentages". They said all the right things about fighting back.

"When you have obviously Klay knocking down threes on the wing, (Harrison Barnes) the way he stepped up and made some timely buckets for us, it kind of softens the defense because they've got to be aware of everybody, and then lanes open up and that's when we're at our best. Point blank. It ain't over yet".

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