This is it. A win in Game 4 of the 2018 NBA Finals and the Golden State Warriors will win their third NBA Championship in the last four years - all of them against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The last four NBA Finals have been between the Warriors and Cavs, with Golden State winning three of them. But from there on, Durant, Curry, Thompson, Draymond Green and the rest of this California crew showed why they're the game's gold standard.
They lead the final series 3-0, and no side in history have come back from such a deficit. He's averaged 37.7 points per game to go along with 9 rebounds and 10.7 assists.
James, most definitely, does not want to get swept in the NBA Finals for a second time.
Cleveland turned the ball over a series-high 14 times in Game 3, and the Warriors converted for 19 fast-break points.
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When Curry, who rejoined the lineup in for the final seconds of the half, hit a deep three-pointer to finish the quarter strong and nudge Golden State's halftime lead to 61-52, the game was essentially over.
After Game 4, James said the injury was "self-inflicted" and occurred because he was emotional after the Cavs lost the close game. LeBron James started the game looking to involve his teammates and finished with a triple-double of 33 points with 10 rebounds and 11 assists, Kevin Love added 20 points while Rodney Hood provided the spark off the bench with 15 points on seven of 11 shooting.
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It might not have been a carbon copy of the 2017 shot, but it could have similar effects; Durant is now one win away from a second straight title and possibly his second straight Finals MVP.
Cleveland's role players performed a little better at home like they have for the entire postseason.
"We used the experience previous year to our advantage", Curry said. Curry believes a big part of the win was the "supreme confidence" of Durant in this battle. The Warriors aren't going to beat themselves, but the competition amongst each other will settle the only remaining unanswered question this season. "In Game 1, I could feel a difference in intensity and that was the main thing throughout and even if you just look at the numbers, playing against some of the best teams in the league, we had a really good defensive grading, field goal percentage defense". Golden State won the game 110-102.