Warriors go for a sweep

The Cleveland Cavaliers are searching for another history in the NBA Finals as they play the Golden State Warriors in Game 4. With no team from 0-3 to bounce back to win a title, the Cavaliers are not new to this. Last season down 1-3, the Cavs went on to win the NBA Finals against the same team.

The Cavaliers and the Warriors will collide on Friday at 9:00 PM ET, at Quicken Loans Arena. With 3 straight wins, the Golden State Warriors are the indisputable team to win the NBA Finals as they want to close out the series and not going back to Oakland. With Kevin Durant taking control of a game as needed, the Warriors are difficult to beat. Durant had 31 points, eight rebounds and four assists while scoring 15 points in the fourth quarter in Game 3. Moreover, Stephen Curry was phenomenal with 26 points, 13 rebounds and six assists. Also, Klay Thompson exploded for 30 points in 11-for-18 shooting and 6-for-11 from outside the arc.

Despite the 39 and 38 points of LeBron James and Kyrie Irving respectively, the Cavaliers failed to execute in Game 3. Thus, the Cavaliers have to dig deeper in Game 4 to extend the series. It will take another excellent performance from James and Irving for the Cavs to bounce back. Kevin Love also has to assert himself as part of the team when it comes to scoring. In Game 2, Love scored 27 points but in the last game he went for only 1-for-9 shooting though with 13 rebounds and six steals. Another thing, if the Cavaliers can tame the offensive juggernaut of the Warriors, then they will have a chance.

Many experts and fans alike are expecting for a sweep but the Cavaliers are not willing to surrender at all.

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