Breaking down the Golden State Warriors’ 103-82 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 4 of the NBA Finals:

What happened: The Warriors needed an inspired effort to avoid a problematic 3-1 deficit and to prove the Finals moment isn’t too big for them. They got it and evened the Finals at 2-2 with the kind of game that got them this far: ball movement, three-point shooting, defense and depth. Golden State built a double-digit lead in the first half, held off Cleveland’s run and pulled away in the fourth quarter. The Warriors are now 57-0 when leading by 15 points or more in a game this season.

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