CLEVELAND– The Warriors swept the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals for their third championship in four years. The final score of Game 4 Friday night was 108-85.
Golden State went on one of its infamous runs to get a 10-point lead in the first few minutes of the first quarter. Cleveland had a run of its own, racking up 8 points, thanks to LeBron James and Kevin Love.
It was 34-25, Warriors, at the end of the first.
The Cavaliers pushed the pace in the second quarter, getting transition buckets and a brief lead.
After two quarters, LeBron had 16 points, while J.R. Smith added 10 and Love added 9. The Cavs shot 40 percent from 3-point land and went 10 for 16 on free throws. The defense was able to keep Klay Thompson scoreless, but Cleveland trailed, 52-61, at the half.
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