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Final 1 2 3 4 Tot
Cleveland 37 23 33 27 120
Golden State 33 38 27 31 129
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ORACLE Arena, Oakland, California  Attendance: 19,596
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Cleveland Cavaliers at Golden State Warriors

  1. The Cavaliers staved off elimination with a 137-116 win over the Warriors in Game 4. Cleveland set Finals records with 49 points in the first quarter, 86 points in the first half, and 24 three-pointers made for the game. The 137 points scored in total were the most in a Finals game since the Lakers put up 141 in Game 2 of the 1987 Finals.
  2. The Warriors suffered their first defeat since April 10, falling to 15-1 overall in this year's postseason with the Game 4 loss. Golden State shot just 28.2 percent (11/39) from behind the three-point line on Friday night, its second-worst three-point percentage in this postseason behind a 24.1-percent showing in Game 1 of the West Semis against Utah.
  3. LeBron James collected his second triple-double of the series with 31 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds in the Game 4 win. It was James' ninth career triple-double in the NBA Finals, just five fewer than the rest of the NBA combined since 1984-85.
  4. Kevin Durant has led the Warriors in scoring in all four games of the series, finishing with 35 points in the Game 4 loss. Dating back to Game 5 of the 2012 NBA Finals, Durant has scored at least 30 points in each of his last five NBA Finals games, the longest such streak since Shaquille O'Neal's five-game run from Game 1 of the 2002 Finals to Game 1 of the 2004 Finals.
  5. After averaging 21.5 points on 40.0 percent shooting from the field through the first two games of the series, Kyrie Irving has averaged 39.0 points on 55.4 percent shooting over the last two games. Cleveland is now 3-0 over the last two postseasons when Irving goes for 40+ points.
  6. Draymond Green recorded his first double-double of the series with 16 points and a game-high 14 rebounds in Friday's loss at Cleveland. Green now has 29 career playoff double-doubles, tied with Russell Westbrook for second most in the NBA since Green's rookie season of 2012-13 (LeBron James leads with 48).
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