Cavs Force Game 5 With Historic 137-116 Win Over Warriors

The 2017 NBA Finals are going to a Game 5. The Cleveland Cavaliers posted one of the greatest single-game efforts in Game 4 and it was enough to give the Cavs a 137-116 win over the Golden State Warriors.

The Cavs set the NBA Finals record for most points in a half (86 in the first) and 3-pointers (24 and they broke it in the third quarter). As a result, the Cavs and Warriors will head to Oakland for Game 5. 

Highlights and stats are below.


Cavs 137, Warriors 116

Top Stats:

LeBron James: 31 points, 10 rebs, 10 assists
J.R. Smith: 15 points
Kyrie Irving: 40 points, 7 reb, 4 assists
Kevin Love: 23 points, 5 reb
Tristan Thompson: 5 points, 10 reb, 5 assists

Draymond Green: 16 points, 14 reb, 3 assists
Kevin Durant: 35 points, 4 reb, 4 assists
Stephen Curry: 14 points, 5 reb, 10 assists
Klay Thompson: 13 points, 3 reb


Kyrie caps it off:

LeBron Triple-Doubles:

Finals Record For 3-Pointers:

Pure Chaos:

KD and LeBron:

LeBron Self Alley-Oop

Cavs Passing:

KD Buzzer Beater:

Kyrie And-1:

LeBron And-1:

LeBron Throws It Down:

J.R. Smith From DEEP:

Kevin Durant And-1:

Cavs Set Record:

Green And Kerr Angry

LeBron Got The Ball Stuck:

LeBron Sets Record:

KD Shot:

LeBron And-1:

Kyrie Tough Shot:

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