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NBA Finals Game 4 Highlights

NBA Finals Game 4 Game Flow

The Golden State Warriors have tied the NBA Finals at 2 games apiece, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-82.  The Warriors have not lost 3 games in a row all season long!

Game 1 Highlights
Game 2 Highlights
Game 3 Highlights
Game 5 Highlights
Golden State took the lead late in the 1st quarter, and as you can see in the game flow, only got better as the game went on.  The Warriors made 12 of their 30 3pt attempts, good for a 40% and a recipe for success in a game they pushed the tempo and played their game, not letting LeBron James dictate the flow and slow the game down.
Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala led the Dubs offensively, scoring 22 points each.  Klay Thompson struggled, scoring just 9 points.  Shaun Livingston was a +25 in 25 minutes of play grabbing 8 rebounds, scoring 7 points and had 4 assists. 
Timofey Mozgov was a beast, scoring a game high 28 points, and he LeBron and Tristan Thompson grabbed double digit rebounds.  LeBron still almost triple doubled in the loss with 20 points 12 rebounds and 8 assists. 
James was fouled hard by Andrew Bogut, who had 3 fouls in 3 minutes, and ended up going head first into a camera, cutting his head and was bleeding. 
Iggy has limited LeBron to just 35% shooting and James is -25 when Iguodala is on the court.
Matthew Dellavedova had a terrible game, shooting 3-14 and it seems as if he has worn himself out.
J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert struggles continued, and in the series they have combined to score just 57 points, shooting 28% from the field.  Smith scored 23 of those points between games 2 and 3.  They have connected on just 12 of their 44 3pt attempts.  J.R. was 0-8 last night from downtown.

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