Game 4 NBA Finals 2015, Golden State Warriors beat Cavaliers: score, results, LeBron James head injury worries many

Game 4 NBA Finals 2015, Golden State Warriors beat Cavaliers: score, results, LeBron James head injury worries many

Game 4 NBA Finals 2015, Golden State Warriors beat Cavaliers: score, results, LeBron James head injury worries many

Update: Warriors win 103-82, equal series

Update: Golden State Warriors played like champions in game 4 and made a great comeback of sorts, denying Cavaliers 3-1 lead that they were hoping to get. Almost all the top Golden State Warriors came up with impressive performance. Andre Iguodala scored 22 points in a really great start while Stephen Curry also had 22.

Their performances helped the Golden State Warriors finally tame LeBron James and enable them rather easily beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 103-82 to tie the NBA Finals at 2-2.He must be sorely angry with himself as LeBron James actually went without scoring in the fourth quarter as Golden State pulled away and finished with 20 points, less than half the 41 he had been averaging.

Update: This are looking very exciting at the moment. Again Lebron James is in his elements. With 10 points in the third quarter, LeBron James helped Cleveland cut Golden State’s lead to 76-70 entering the final period. Nonetheless like the previous matches Warriors are ahead. The Warriors led by 15 early in the quarter but Cleveland had it down to three before Stephen Curry made a 3-pointer for the last basket. It was rather disappointing to see Golden State going to a small lineup for Game 4 and the Cavs are crushing them inside with a 39-29 rebounding advantage. Center Timofey Mozgov has 21 points and nine rebounds, James has 20 and nine, and Tristan Thompson is at 12 and 12.

2015 NBA Finals seem to have travelled a long way. There is no denying the fact. Many of the players who were finding it difficult to be counted in have gone on to be heroes and the ones who were expected to be the heroes by now are being criticized for their lack of performance.

We know all too well as to who is being praised the most at the moment. LeBron James seems to have got his Midas touch back. Every ball he touches turns out to bring favorable results for his side, Cavaliers.

The team that was written off even before the first match of the final –due to absence of its top of the line players –has gone on to overtake the favorites, the Warriors. They are 2-1 ahead till now and if Cavaliers are able to come out with another stunner tonight, they will have not much difficulty in taking the tournament without much of an playoff 2015

Statistics suggest that till now any team in NBA finals that goes behind 3-1 is never able to make a comeback in the tournament, let alone win it. So they have their task cut out right now. There is no denying the fact that we have a real series, with all the worries about the Warriors sweeping or winning in five no longer even possible.

The series has been very enticing till now. There is no denying the fact. Both teams have been very competitive and the first two games both went into overtime after James missed potential game-winners and teammates missed potential game-winning putbacks. Nonetheless we must admit that results in OT were starkly different.

It must be noted that the Warriors were able to win Game 1 by completely dominating the extra period, scoring the first 10 points. There is no denying the fact that Andre Iguodala was the hero amid a balanced scoring effort. James and the Cavs scored the first five points of overtime in Game 2 and held on for a two-point victory. Game 3 had the looks of a Cavaliers blowout, as they built a 20-point lead during the third quarter. But the Warriors cut that to one amid an incredible fourth quarter, only to fall short thanks to the great play of James and Dellavedova. So the series have been very even till now despite Cavaliers being 2-1 ahead till now.

It is a must win situation for the Cavaliers and the team will be looking towards Lebron James once again to lead from the front. Losing Game 4 would put the Cavaliers right back in the situation of needing to win at Oracle Arena, where the Warriors only have lost four times all season and postseason. Some misstep and they will be back to square one once again.

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