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Cavs avoid elimination, beat Warriors 137-116

James collected his second triple-double of the 2017 Finals with a rebound in the fourth quarter of Game 4 to give him 31 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists. "It's mostly about maturity", Kerr said. LeBron James said he's never played a team with more firepower than these Warriors. Or will the 3-1 jokes start pouring in again? Pachulia and Shumpert each received a technical foul.


Lakers Not Sold On Lonzo Ball After Two Days Of Meetings

Lakers Not Sold On Lonzo Ball After Two Days Of Meetings

In fact, there's still a chance the Lakers pass on the UCLA point guard. So it's not really a shot at Ball that he "didn't blow the Lakers away". According to Ball, he got positive vibes from the workout and said that it was fun and he wasn't nervous at all. "Ball maintains Jordan would only score two points if they played one-on-one, saying the score would be "13-2, he got two - and only reason I give him two is cause he's Jordan".



LeBron Not Faulting Warriors for Building Powerhouse

Kyle Korver also notched a 3-pointer. The Cleveland Cavaliers have revived memories of last year's title run to the title by beating the Golden State Warriors 137-116 in game four of the NBA Finals . Durant is averaging 34 points, 10 rebounds and 6.0 assists in the Finals, joining Michael Jordan and Shaquille O'Neal as the only players with at least 25 points in their first eight Finals games .



Steve Kerr cracks that old-timers would 'kill' Warriors

CLEVELAND (AP ) - Golden State's ideal postseason is over, the champagne corks still in their bottles. A fan was asked to leave after engaging with several Warriors' players. James and Kevin Durant had to be separated by team personnel. The difference this time is Draymond Green will not be suspended for Game 5, a hard-fought Cavs win that changed the entire complexion of the series.



Rafael Nadal will face Stan Wawrinka for French Open title

Thiem had reached the semi-final without dropping a set and had trounced defending champion Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals, but after starting brightly in the early evening sunshine his challenge disappeared into the encroaching shadows.



Dillon Goes the Distance for 600 Upset

Dillon passed an out-of-gas Jimmie Johnson two laps from the end for his first Cup victory. That never happened, and as Truex was left to rue leading the most laps of the Coca-Cola 600 three straight years and seeing two of those races slip through his fingertips because of fuel mileage, Dillon will celebrate his first trip to Victory Lane in NASCAR's top series.