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The Cavaliers have a chance if, and only if, LeBron James is at his best. He looked human in Game 4, scoring 20 points on 7-for-22 shooting.
So the Warriors rolled. Like how James busted his head open in the first half, the Warriors busted the Cavs ass, 103-82, to tie the series.
It’s unfair to completely pin the blame on James, though. Golden State’s D completely zapped the Cavs as they shot an poor 33 percent. A winded Matthew Dellavedova came back to earth with a 3-for-14, 10-point game, and the notoriously streaky J.R. Smith was cold again, shooting 2-of-12 for four points.
If the Warriors do go on to win, many would argue that Andre Iguodala deserves that MVP honor. He’s been consistent when Steph Curry has been shaky. Tonight, he scored 22 points while guarding James.