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The Warriors were pretty much in a must win situation on Thursday night in Cleveland. With LeBron James playing the best ball of his career, it would be very difficult to comeback from a 3-1 deficit to win an NBA Championship.
Andre Iguodala started for the Warriors in place of Andrew Bogut and he came up huge. Iggy provided a spark that the Warriors seemed to be missing in Game 3 by scoring 22 points and grabbing 8 boards, while also helping hold LeBron James to 7 of 22 from the field.
Steph Curry did his thing scoring 22 points and dishing out 6 assists. The Warriors won 103-82 silencing the chaotic Cavs crowd in Quickens Loan Arena.
The series heads back to Oakland for Game 5 tied at two games.