The Golden State Warriors levelled the NBA Finals 2015 at 2-2 after defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-82 in Game 4 at the Quicken Loans Arena on Thursday.
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The Cavs dealt the first blow with a 7-0 run to start the game, but Steve Kerr’s men regrouped and got themselves back on track with an impressive offensive display to break out of their slump.
Stephen Curry and Andre Iguodala had 22 points apiece with the latter replacing Andrew Bogut in the starting line-up for his first start all season.
Meanwhile, Draymond Green enjoyed a strong game with 17 points, seven rebounds and six assists while the Warriors had contributions across the roster to pick up a vital win.
Timofey Mozgov led the way for the Cavs with 28 points and 10 rebounds, while LeBron James was limited to 20 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists as he also had to contend with a cut to his head after a collision with a cameraman in the first half.
However, perhaps the most important factor in Game 4 was signs of fatigue starting to set in for the Cavaliers, with Matthew Dellavedova unable to keep Curry under control as impressively as he has done so far in this series.
James also appeared to be struggling with cramp and with Iman Shumpert and JR Smith unable to get their offense going, it is incredible to think how much could have changed over the course of 48 minutes.
From the Cavs seemingly taking full control after Game 3, they now head to the Oracle Arena on Sunday looking to avoid falling behind again.