And the Cavaliers finally held their own on the backboards, winning the rebound battle 41-40, after getting beaten soundly in the first three games, where Stephen Curry out-rebounded Cleveland's best on the boards, Kristin Thompson, by himself.
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"I expect us to come out guns blazing".
"When you have home court ideally you take care of business at home and get a split on the road". We know it's not going to be an easy game for us.
Cavs star LeBron James said keeping Curry from a breakout game is imperative for them to have any chance of handing the Warriors their first home loss since March 8, and making the first comeback from a 0-3 deficit in National Basketball Association play-off history. Still, they figure to be a heavy favorite to win the Larry O'Brien trophy on Monday night, with the series heading back west for Game 5.
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"T-Lue has been saying that since Game 1, the team that has the starting lineup that comes out and sets the tone early and is more physical one through five will definitely have the advantage in the game", Thompson said.
State is not going to be fooled into believing that that can not happen again.
What could be a coronation might also give the Warriors a coronary issue.
Collected Most Valuable Player honors in leading Team USA to gold at the 2010 FIBA World Championship and was the U.S. team's top scorer at the 2012 London Olympics by averaging a U.S. Olympic record 19.5 points a game during their undefeated run to the gold medal.
The celebrating after Game 4 was done by Cavaliers fans, not Golden State players, their families or anyone else dressed in blue and gold who came looking for a historic party.
But Kerr must also be quicker in making changes this time around if things go south like they did in Game 4. "For us, every game's a game seven". Then you add some chatter in there, and that adds some extra motivation. That's how we like to remember what happened. Both teams in The Finals, they both feel the same way. "Steph was doing a good job of taking on that double team and trying to find a pass and we just tried to make plays after that".
"We did it", Durant said, when asked if he had any words for his mother by an ABC reporter. "If we start thinking too far down the line, we take our focus off of the task at hand". "We have been in this situation before".
"So, this is going to be a fun night and want to just keep a clear focus to what's going on in the present, for sure".
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