MANILA, Philippines – Cleveland Cavaliers avoid sweep against the mighty Golden State Warriors in game 4 of the NBA Finals 2017 with a wired-to-wired (137-116) victory on June 09, 2017 (Eastern Time) at Quicken Loans Arena.
Cavaliers unleashed another monster game in a final after defeating the Warriors with 21points margin in game of the NBA Finals 2017.
Kyrie Erving led the Cavaliers with 40 points, Lebron James also set another milestone with 9 triple-doubles in NBA Finals history, which is previously recorded by Magic Johnson with 8 triple-doubles.
49points in a Quarter(1st NBA Finals History)
Throughout the series Cavaliers only average 32 points in the opening quarter, but tonight Cavaliers offense light up the Quicken Loans Arena as they outscored the visiting Golden State Warriors with 49-33 in the opening frame.
Cavaliers 49points in the first quarter is the highest score ever recorded in any quarter in NBA Finals history.
13 Threes in first half (1st NBA Finals History)
Cavaliers entering the game with an average per game with 10.33 made threes per game, but tonight they only need 24 minutes and set a record of 13 threes made in the first half.
86 points in first half (1st NBA Finals History)
Cavaliers staggering offensive display in the first half with a 18 point lead against the Warriors set a record with the highest score in first half 86-68 in the first 24 minutes of play.
Furthermore, Los Angeles Lakers vs Boston Celtics in 2010 Finals Game 6 final score was 89-67
24 Threes in a game (1st NBA Finals History)
Throughout the series from game 1 to 3 Cleveland Cavaliers just average 10.33 made threes per game, but tonight Cavaliers poured 24 threes 13 of those are in the first half which also an NBA Finals record.
Additionally, Cavaliers already set a record against the Atlanta Hawks with 25 made threes in a regular season last March 2017.
It’s just less than a week, when Golden State Warriors set a record with 18 made threes in this series last June 04, 2017.
Golden State Warriors post season streak stops at 15
On the other-hand Golden State Warriors winning streak stops at 15-0 the longest streak in a post season.
Game 5 of the series will be on Monday, June 12, 2017 (Eastern Time) at the Oakland,Oracle Arena.