Cavaliers enjoy record-setting points totals in first half vs. Warriors

Cavaliers enjoy record-setting points totals in first half vs. Warriors

The Warriors , leading the series 3-0, needed to win game four to clinch title glory and become the first ever side to go through the entire play-off campaign with a flawless record, but they came up against a Cavs team who were not ready to give up on their dream of retaining their crown.

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They had the high-flying Warriors in an 18-point deficit and had won every statistical category. The Cavs with their backs against the wall chose to hit them in the mouth directly. Cleveland fans chanted as they walked toward the exits. With the Golden State Warriors holding a 3-0 lead in this best-of-seven series - and carrying a pristine 15-0 record in these playoffs - it was hard to find anyone, even here in Northeast Ohio, who expected the Cleveland Cavaliers to find a way to send ...

Cavaliers lead 115-96 heading into 4th quarter

Previous year in Game 3 , LeBron and Irving combined for 62 points, and the Cavaliers won going away. How would they respond down six points with 3:10 to go to an excellent Cavaliers team on the road in the NBA Finals? "We witnessed a closing game by Kevin Durant that you can't prepare for", he said.

Comeback Cavs end Warriors perfect postseason in Game 4

It forces a Game 5 in the best-of-seven series and denies the Warriors - who lead the series 3-1 - the chance to become the first team in National Basketball Association history to go undefeated throughout the playoffs. "Guys were into it". Golden State is a six-point favorite to finish off the Cavs on Friday night. "I think it was we played a desperate team on their home floor, a great team, with great players, and they came out and handed it to us".

French Open 2017: Unseeded Jelena Ostapenko stuns No. 3 Simona Halep

The Canadian duo won the match in 57 minutes. Although Ostapenko has appeared in three finals, she can blow hot and cold and has yet to win a tournament. You'd have to think that Ostapenko, at just 20 years old, has a future that will have more trophies coming her way. 2012 - Played first WTA qualifying at Moscow; won one singles title and one doubles title on ITF Circuit.

Warriors move one win away from record

With the Warriors at the doorstep of capturing a title, Durant seems ready to break the door down. Facing the possibility of being dethroned by the Warriors on home court, LeBron James and his team-mates stormed out of the blocks to score 49 points in the first quarter and 86 in the opening half.