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Warriors Look To Sweep

Game 4 Tonight

June 08, 2018 - 12:04 pm

By Austin Medina

The Golden State Warriors look to close out the Cavaliers in Cleveland. The Warriors have won two of the past three championships and are en route for their third championship.

Kevin Durant had perhaps his greatest performance in Game 3, where he scored 43 points, 13 rebounds, and seven assists.

Durant hit the dagger once again to rip Cleveland’s hearts out as the Cavs fan were stunned Wednesday night.

The series has become so lopsided that the main storyline is who will win the Finals MVP? Durant or Stephen Curry? The Warriors won Game 3 in a game where JR Smith and Rodney Hood outscored Curry and Klay Thompson. Safe to say the Cavs roster just isn’t up to par with Golden State.

Will this be LeBron James last game as a member of the Cavaliers? James will be a free agent this summer and if the Cavs are swept, James’ departure is more of a certainty than a question.

Game 4 starts 9 PM Friday night in Cleveland, which can be the last of LeBron James’s reign in Navy and Gold.